Park update: The Interim Walkway at the Western Rail Yards (between 30th & 34th Streets) is temporarily closed today.

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30th Street Challenge
Give by June 20

To meet the demands of our busiest time of the year, we ask all friends of the High Line to help us raise a total of $30,000—$1,000 for each block of our 1.5-mile-long park along Manhattan’s West Side.

Visitor Info

Elevators are located at four locations throughout the park. See locations & status of the elevators >

Park-level access is also available at 30th Street at Hudson Yards, 31st Street and Dyer Avenue at the High Line Moynihan Connector, and 34th Street and 12th Avenue. Click on Park access & info below to see a complete list of entrances.

View our opening hours in other seasons

Free docent-led public tours are currently offered on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.

Before the date of your visit, make sure to review park rules below.

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The High Line is a public park built on a historic freight rail line elevated above the streets on Manhattan’s West Side. Saved from demolition by neighborhood residents and the City of New York, the High Line opened in 2009 as a hybrid public space where visitors experience nature, art, and design.

Elevators are located at four locations throughout the park. See locations & status of the elevators >

Park-level access is also available at 30th Street at Hudson Yards, 31st Street and Dyer Avenue at the High Line Moynihan Connector, and 34th Street and 12th Avenue. Click on Park access & info below to see a complete list of entrances.

View our opening hours in other seasons

Free docent-led public tours are currently offered on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.

Before the date of your visit, make sure to review park rules below.

View FAQs

Sign up for our email list for the latest updates.

The High Line is a public park built on a historic freight rail line elevated above the streets on Manhattan’s West Side. Saved from demolition by neighborhood residents and the City of New York, the High Line opened in 2009 as a hybrid public space where visitors experience nature, art, and design.

Access to the High Line is possible via the stairs, ramps, and elevators listed below.

See the current status of the elevators >

Elevator Status

Park access & info - Elevator Status
Park access & info - Elevator Status

Subway

Transportation - Subway
Transportation - Subway

Bus

Transportation - Bus
Transportation - Bus

Bike Racks

 

Bike racks are located at street level near the stairs at the following locations along the High Line. Please note that bicycles are not allowed on the High Line. Additional public bike racks not maintained by the High Line may be located near our entrances.

 

Transportation - Bike Racks
Transportation - Bike Racks

Citi Bike

 

For a list of the nearest CitiBike stations, please visit their website.

 

The following are not permitted on the High Line:

  • Smoking
  • Bicycles
  • Dogs, except for service dogs
  • Use of skateboards, skates, or recreational scooters
  • Walking in planting beds or on exposed rail tracks
  • Picking flowers or plants
  • Sitting on railings or climbing on any part of the High Line
  • Drinking alcohol, except in authorized areas
  • Littering
  • Throwing objects
  • Amplified sound, except by permit
  • Obstructing entrances or paths
  • Solicitation
  • Commercial activity, except by permit or otherwise authorized
  • Film or photography requiring equipment or exclusive use of an area, except by permit
  • Events or gatherings greater than 20 persons, except by permit
  • Photography & videography: Occasionally Friends of the High Line takes photos or video footage of activities on the park. By enjoying the park, you grant your permission to Friends of the High Line and its licenses to use such photos/footage for promotional and other purposes.

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You keep the High Line going

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

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