Park update: Starting Saturday, February 13, the High Line will be closed south of 14th Street due to neighboring construction work. The southernmost access point is now 14th Street (elevator/stairs). Follow us on Twitter at @highlinenyc for updates.

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PREPARE THE HIGH LINE FOR SPRING

Become a member and you’ll help our gardeners cut back the remains of last season so the planting beds can thrive this spring.

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Eat & Drink

The High Line’s food vendors are currently closed due to social distancing requirements related to COVID-19. Stay tuned for additional updates.

The High Line’s food vendors are currently closed due to social distancing requirements related to COVID-19. Stay tuned for additional updates.

 

About High Line Food

The High Line’s food program was established in 2011 in response to requests from neighbors and visitors. Since then, the High Line has strived to create a food and beverage program that is high quality, interesting, sustainable, and fairly priced. This program is a vital public amenity that enhances the High Line experience in a positive and significant way for visitors.

 

About High Line Food

The High Line’s food program was established in 2011 in response to requests from neighbors and visitors. Since then, the High Line has strived to create a food and beverage program that is high quality, interesting, sustainable, and fairly priced. This program is a vital public amenity that enhances the High Line experience in a positive and significant way for visitors.

EXPLORE

Art

Some of the world’s most exciting contemporary artists come to the High Line to create new, site-specific artworks—free for all to experience.

Gardens

Our gardens are diverse and ever-changing, with more than fifteen distinct planting zones and 110,000 plants.

Park Features

The High Line offers nearly 1.5 miles of creative and innovative public space designs. Discover your new favorite spot.