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Make the most of your visit and stop by the High Line Field Station to chat with High Line Greeters.
Every Tuesday at dusk, gaze at the stars, planets, and Moon using high-powered telescopes, and chat with members of the Amateur Astronomers Association of New York about the sights you see.
Learn about the history, design, art, and horticulture of this unique park on one of our weekly free, guided walking tours.
Every Thursday throughout the summer, families are invited to join us at the 10th Avenue Square for a quiet morning of music, stories, bubbles, and blocks perfect for young children.
Every Saturday, families are invited to drop in and experiment with unique craft materials and create their own High Line-inspired works of art to take home.
Families are invited to drop-in on Wednesdays for this hands-on program of nature on the High Line.
Learn more about Riverfront, Roosevelt Park, and many other urban reuse projects currently underway in Detroit. This is the second in a series of High Line Talks about other innovative reuse projects around the US.
Families are invited to join us to watch the butterflies we’ve been raising all month take their very first flight.
Join us for a dance and performance by Juan Morales and Sonido Costeño, the second in our series of three dance parties featuring New York's finest live salsa and merengue bands.
The High Line Design Team will present the latest renderings and take questions, and we'll give an update on the project timeline.
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