• Summer hours

    The High Line is open from 7am – 9pm on weekdays with open access.

    On weekends, we're open from 9am – 9pm with free timed-entry reservations. 
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  • A vision for new connections

    See the new designs for the Moynihan Train Hall Connector
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  • Celebrating Insects

    Take a closer look at the relationships between insects, plants, and the greater web of life.
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  • Insectageddon

    Saturday, September 25
    3 – 6pm; film screenings at 3pm and 8pm
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  • Celebrating Insects: Saturday Art Workshops

    Art workshops for families, teens, and adults that explore the importance of insects
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  • Join us for a biweekly speaker series

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High Line – Moynihan Connector
design unveiled

See the designs

Gardens

Featured Plant: Queen Anne's Lace

Aggressive and hardy, yet alluringly attractive, Queen Anne’s lace makes a great addition to your garden.
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Open-Air Art

Hannah Levy's marble Retainer is just one of the thought-provoking artwork commissions you can experience along the park.
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Discover local businesses

The High Line is proud to support our neighbors.
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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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Featured

Sam Durant
Untitled (drone)

Now on view at 30th Street on the High Line Plinth.

Significant others: plants and insects

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

Eat & Drink

Our food vendors share the High Line’s vision of protecting the environment and building community. Plus, a portion of every food purchase helps support park maintenance.