Spring is near! Friends of the High Line's largest horticultural undertaking Spring Cutback kicked off today and we've officially spotted the season's first crocus. It'll only get warmer and greener from here!
For our Photo of the Week, I've chosen a series of three shots Hi...
Photo by @hellomwHere's a modern day bedtime story inspired by our favorite park.
In the great big city
There was an elevated park
And a mile-and-a-half long path
And a planting bed with
Magnolia trees framed against the moon
And there were three fashionistas sitting o...
You may be surprised to learn that there are not one, but five, different species of woodpeckers that grace New York City's five boroughs. Some of them are year-round residents (die-hard New Yorkers!) and others make their way to the city during annual migrations. We were thrilled to spot one ...
Winter – either you love it or you hate it.
While we can't say we enjoy shoveling more than our fair share of snow (a whole one and a half miles of it!), walking the park in wintertime never gets old, not even for us Friends of the High Line staff members.
These recent photos by Hi...
This Monday, December 21, marks the first official day of the winter season. We love winter and are looking forward to when the temperatures finally catch up with the calendar. Here are 6 reasons to love winter on the High Line. Anything you would add?
1) Everything is Prettier with Snow
Ken Robson's Christmas Tree, January 2001 Photo by Joel Sternfeld, courtesy of Luhring Augustine, New York
Holiday spirit comes in all shapes and sizes, but it's often the smallest gestures that truly make this season special. With that in mind, we wanted to share a bit of our own High...
Photos by David Goodman
We love this recent sunrise shot by photographer David Goodman.
If you're on the High Line frequently, it's likely you've run into David. You'll find him with a wide smile and his camera in tow, ready to strike up a conversation. His favorite perch is on t...
Hello, from our friend the smokebush. Most of the fall color has passed, but the smokebush is still going strong. GIF by Steven Severinghaus
Autumn at the High Line wouldn't be complete without the fiery red foliage of Grace smokebush,
Continus 'Grace.' It's a visitor – and staff – favor...
Photo by Timothy SchenckIt has been an amazing year to enjoy fall foliage. This October and November were an explosion of warm hues, autumnal blooms, and photo ops galore. There are still a few good days of color left in the season, but don't lament the impending winter!Contrary to what you ...
The High Line is a unique setting for presenting art. Unlike the white wall of a traditional gallery, the plant life, the weather, and the cityscape that surround High Line Art's installations are ever changing. Over the years, Director & Chief Curator of High Line Art Cecilia Alemani has ...