Park update: The High Line – Moynihan Connector and the High Line’s Coach Passage and Spur at 30th St. & 10th Ave. will be closed on Wednesday, September 20.

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NYC native plants

Delve deeper into the character, beauty, and utility of the important native plants that call the park home.

Join a High Line wellness program

Featuring senior stretch, tai chi, zumba, Afro-Brazilian dance, and guided meditation
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Plan your visit

The High Line is open daily from 7am to 10pm
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Celebrate native plants

Delve into the character, beauty, and utility of these important plants
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Now open: High Line – Moynihan Connector

This new path safely links transit hubs and the West Side
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Unearth the High Line’s history

Discover what happened in 1933

The Moynihan Connector is now open!

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Old Tree is now on view

See the new artwork by Pamela Rosenkranz at 30th Street & 10th Avenue
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My Line Stories: Meet Gammy

"I have lived on the west side for 50 years, and I love coming to the High Line. The High Line is my special place. No matter what foul mood I might be in when I step onto the High Line, I smile. Life is fine. Every time. Rain or shine."
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Treat yourself on the High Line

Enjoy your meal en plein air with a variety of sweet and savory options from High Line food & drink vendors. A portion of every food purchase helps support park maintenance.
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You keep the High Line going

The High Line is almost entirely supported by people like you. As a nonprofit, we need your support to keep this public space free—and extraordinary—for everyone.

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Significant others: plants and insects

Discover interesting relationships between High Line plants and insects you may find in the park.

What’s the buzz about bees? How cities play a role in bee conservation

Biodiversity makes us strong: the case for protecting native bees in NYC.

One path. Countless ways to explore.

Download the Bloomberg Connects app and explore the High Line’s art, design, and gardens like an insider.