Each year, Friends of the High Line creates fun and innovative opportunities for people all ages to experience the park in a new way. Through public programs, Friends of the High Line encourages community engagement with and stewardship of the High Line.
Through fun and informative walking tours, visitors have the opportunity to learn about the High Line's history, its design, public art program, and unique horticulture. With the High Line as a point of departure, a series of expert-led talks, offer participants an insight into New York City history, urban planning, and the complexities of the built and natural environment.Learn More
New Yorkers can enjoy quiet mornings on the park with weekly Tai Chi and Meditation sessions offered by neighboring studios.Learn More
A series of dynamic live performances and participatory activities that provide a platform for visitors of all ages to experience the High Line through music and motion. From dance parties to the beat of Latin rhythms to poetry and spoken word festivals, this series mirrors the eclecticism of New York's arts and culture.
Public programs on the High Line are supported by Altman Foundation and, in part, with public funds from the New York City Council, under the leadership of Speak Melissa Mark-Viverito.