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Summer hours take effect on Saturday, June 1, with the park being open from 7:00 AM – 11:00 PM.

Relax on the 23rd Street Lawn, enjoy a snack from one of our food partners, or just take an evening stroll to celebrate the beginning of the summer season.

Follow @highlinenyc on Twitter for the latest information and operational updates.

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Presented by Friends of the High Line, High Line Art has commissioned Carol Bove to present Caterpillar, an installation consisting of seven large-scale sculptures on the High Line at the Rail Yards.

View the commission during art walks taking place on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays until May, 2014. Tickets are free. Advance reservations are required.

Reservations are full through Saturday, August 3, 2013. Check back in mid-June when reservations will be available for walks taking place in late summer and the fall.

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Paul Grieco and Marco Canora's popular wine bar, Terroir, is once again operating a seasonal location at The Porch, the open-air café on the High Line.

Stop by to take in views of the Hudson River while enjoying savory dishes and cold, refreshing drinks from Terroir’s wine and beer list, which highlights artisanal wineries and breweries from New York State

The café is open daily. Get hours, location, and more details

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May is a beautiful time to visit the High Line.

The landscape is filled with fresh green growth and spring blooms. New artworks are installed throughout the park. The High Line’s food vendors are open daily, with delicious snacks for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Each week there are free tours, stargazing, and activities for adults and kids alike.

Make the most of your next visit. Download a free High Line Guide, the May Bloom List, and the latest High Line Art Map to guide your trip. Check out the High Line’s food vendors to plan a meal at the park.

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Presented by Friends of the High Line, High Line Art has invited Dutch artist Guido von der Werve to show his 9-minute video – Nummer negen, the day I didn’t turn with the world – at the park.

The film, which features time-lapse photography taken over a 24-hour period at the North Pole, is projected daily on a loop within the 14th Street Passage, on the High Line at West 14th Street.

Learn more about the artist and get details about HIGH LINE CHANNEL 14.

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The High Line’s spring hours begin on Monday, April 1. The park will be open daily, from 7:00 AM to 10:00 PM through the spring season.

Learn more about the High Line’s recovery effort from Hurricane Sandy.

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Visit the High Line in April, and you will find the park’s landscape on the cusp of a new growing season, with fresh green shoots and early spring bulbs are popping up in the planting beds.

To guide your next visit, download a free High Line Guide, the April Bloom List, and the latest High Line Art Map.

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Visit the High Line in March, and you will find the park’s landscape on the cusp of a new growing season, with fresh green shoots and early spring bulbs are popping up in the planting beds.

To guide your next visit, download a free High Line Guide, the March Bloom List, and the latest High Line Art Map.

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The High Line's plants are not trimmed back at the onset of cold weather in the fall. Instead they are left intact to provide structure, beauty, and habitat throughout the winter. That means when spring arrives, we work quickly to cut back the High Line’s more than 100,000 plants make way for fresh green growth.

With generous support from Google, REI, and Toyota, hundreds of volunteers help us get the job done. In March, High Line Gardeners work side-by-side with students, neighbors, and friends to ready the landscape for the upcoming growing season.

Stay up-to-date on the progress. Follow @highlinenyc on Twitter for photos from the field, or visit the High Line Blog for weekly updates.

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Stop by the High Line to view two popular High Line Art installations – Thomas Houseago's Lying Figure and the group exhibition Lilliput – before they are de-installed this month.

Houseago's bronze sculpture of a headless giant that rests between the High Line's original rail tracks will be de-installed on Friday, March 15. Inspired by Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels, the monumental installation contrasts the small-scale Lilliput sculptures, which will be de-installed by Monday, April 1.

Download a free, printable High Line Art Map to guide your visit.

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