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Autumn is one of the most beautiful times of year to visit the High Line. The park is open daily from 7:00 AM to 10:00 PM, so come by to see the leaves change.

Plan your visit with our latest self-guide, High Line Art Map, and October Bloom List.

Our food vendors will remain open until Sunday, October 27. See their updated fall hours and learn more about the delicious meals and snacks they offer in High Line Food.

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Beginning Tuesday, October 1, the park will be open daily from 7:00 AM to 10:00 PM.

Autumn is glorious on the High Line. Take in the views from the Diller – von Furstenberg Sundeck, see fall plants in bloom, and enjoy the latest projects from High Line Art. While you're here, be sure to savor a snack or meal.

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

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Celebrate the end of summer and the beginning of autumn on the High Line. We'll continue to follow our summer schedule, open daily from 7:00 AM to 11:00 PM, through the end of September.

Take a look at our upcoming events and programs, and download free copies of our September Bloom List, latest High Line Art Map, and High Line Guide.

Our food vendors will remain open through mid-October. On your next visit, enjoy a delicious meal or snack.

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Enjoy a free High Line Art Performance featuring dancing, beautiful gowns, and a palm tree installed on the High Line.

At 7:00 PM on Thursday, September 19, join us for a performance of Intermezzo: Two girls wear fashion garments on a palm tree, an original piece by artist Pablo Bronstein. During the half-hour performance, two dancers will promenade along the High Line, ascend the palm tree with the help of a scissor lift, and, finally, dance at the tree's top.

The performance will be held under The Standard, on the High Line at Little West 12th Street. Learn more on High Line Art's exhibition page.

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How do we transform one of the world's largest landfills into one of New York City's largest public parks?

Join us at 6:30 PM on Monday, September 23, for a discussion on the metamorphosis of Staten Island's once-infamous Fresh Kills Landfill into Freshkills Park, a 2,200-acre oasis that the New York Times praised as a "paragon of environmental virtue." James Corner of James Corner Field Operations—the lead on the High Line's design team—and Eloise Hirsh of the NYC Department of Parks & Recreation will speak about plans for public access to the area's creeks, wetlands, meadows, and sweeping vistas.

We recently received a behind-the-scenes tour of Freshkills Park. Read about our visit and see photographs here.

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Our latest High Line Art Billboard, Waking (1984) by acclaimed duo Gilbert & George, will be on view at West 18th Street through October 1, 2013. The kaleidoscopic work, with its semi-mirrored composition of faces and bodies, recalls the look of a stained glass window.

Learn more about Waking and Gilbert & George on High Line Art's exhibition page. You can also read about the project on our blog.

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During the summer months, the prolific growth of the park's flowers and grasses can make the High Line appear completely different from one week to the next. Navigate the changing landscape with our August Bloom List.

Earlier this season we were delighted to reopen our popular water feature, so come by the Diller – von Furstenburg Sundeck and cool off. While you're there, be sure to enjoy a sweet treat, savory meal, or refreshing drink from our food vendors.

The High Line is open daily, from 7:00 AM to 11:00 PM. Download a free High Line Guide and the latest High Line Art Map for your next visit.

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We’re thrilled to announce that the National Building Museum has awarded its fifteenth Vincent Scully Prize to High Line Co-Founders Joshua David and Robert Hammond for their work in creating one of the most successful urban revitalization projects to date.

The Vincent Scully Prize recognizes exemplary scholarship, criticism, or practice in architecture, historic preservation, or urban design. David and Hammond will present an original talk, “Harnessing Friction,” as part of the public award ceremony at Washington D.C.’s National Building Museum on September 30.

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Teens: Dress like a fashionista and come out to party with rising musicians and the High Line Teen Arts Council (TAC).

On Thursday, August 15, from 6:00 to 9:30 PM, join us at the 14th Street Passage for this summer's second High Line Teen Night. Design custom t-shirts, enjoy live music, and get down at our glow-in-the-dark dance party.

Get the details on our upcoming event, and check out pictures from our last Teen Night.

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High Line Art presents Adrian Paci's The Encounter (2011), PilgrIMAGE (2005), and Turn On (2004). Often inspired by autobiographical details and the transformations of his home country, Paci's works intertwine personal narratives with poetic chronicles of life in exile.

The film 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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