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Exciting news! The High Line is now open from noon to 8pm daily. Our team has worked closely with our partners at NYC Parks to safely welcome you again with a free timed-entry reservation system, reduced operating hours and amenities, and limited capacity in order to allow for social distancing. Free timed-entry passes are now available for visits through August 16.

Reserve your pass for dates from August 3 – 9 Reserve your pass for dates from August 10 – 16

Enter only at Gansevoort Street (via elevator and stairs.) All visits move northwards from the Gansevoort Street entrance. All other access points are exit-only. The High Line is open from Gansevoort Street to 23rd Street, and is closed north of 23rd Street.

Please wear a mask. See additional COVID-related visitor precautions.

Plan your visit. Make a free timed-entry reservation for a date and time you’d like to visit; reservation times will open in batches. Before the date of your visit, also make sure to review park rules below and COVID-related visitor precautions.

Sign up for our email list for the latest updates.

Watch a quick video to learn more about new ways of visiting to help everyone enjoy the park safely (also available in Spanish.)

View Frequently Asked Questions

 

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.

Exciting news! The High Line is now open from noon to 8pm daily. Our team has worked closely with our partners at NYC Parks to safely welcome you again with a free timed-entry reservation system, reduced operating hours and amenities, and limited capacity in order to allow for social distancing. Free timed-entry passes are now available for visits through August 16.

Reserve your pass for dates from August 3 – 9 Reserve your pass for dates from August 10 – 16

Enter only at Gansevoort Street (via elevator and stairs.) All visits move northwards from the Gansevoort Street entrance. All other access points are exit-only. The High Line is open from Gansevoort Street to 23rd Street, and is closed north of 23rd Street.

Please wear a mask. See additional COVID-related visitor precautions.

Plan your visit. Make a free timed-entry reservation for a date and time you’d like to visit; reservation times will open in batches. Before the date of your visit, also make sure to review park rules below and COVID-related visitor precautions.

Sign up for our email list for the latest updates.

Watch a quick video to learn more about new ways of visiting to help everyone enjoy the park safely (also available in Spanish.)

View Frequently Asked Questions

 

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.

Park access & info +

Access to the High Line is possible via any of the access points listed below. The High Line is fully wheelchair accessible.

Transportation +

Subway

Bus

Bike Racks

Citi Bike


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.

Accessibility +

We work hard to keep the High Line open, accessible, and enjoyable for all. The park is wheelchair accessible via elevators at Gansevoort Street, 14th Street, 16th Street, and 23rd Street. Please note that the elevators at 14th Street and 16th Street, 23rd Street are currently exit-only.

Wheelchair accessible restrooms are located at Gansevoort Street and 16th Street.

Park rules +

The following are not permitted on the High Line:

  • Walking in planting beds
  • Picking flowers or plants
  • Throwing objects
  • Sitting on railings or climbing on any part of the High Line
  • Bicycles
  • Use of skateboards, skates, or recreational scooters
  • Amplified sound, except by permit
  • Solicitation
  • Commercial activity, except by permit or otherwise authorized
  • Littering
  • Obstructing entrances or paths
  • Drinking alcohol, except in authorized areas
  • Film or photography requiring equipment or exclusive use of an area, except by permit
  • Events or gatherings greater than 11 persons, except by permit
  • Smoking
  • Dogs

What we ask you to do

  • Reserve a free timed-entry pass prior to your visit. A limited number of day-of walk-up passes will also be available at the entrance. All free passes are issued on a first come, first served basis.
  • Wear a mask or face covering
  • Maintain 6-foot distance between each person not in the same household
  • If you are sick, stay home
  • Wash your hands frequently
  • Cover your coughs and sneezes
  • Do not touch your face
  • Walk north after entering the park—movement is one-direction only

Get the High Line app

Deepen your experience of the park! Our digital guide has all the information you need to discover our horticulture, history, design, and artwork, along with other FAQs.

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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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Support

Special thanks to TD Bank, our Presenting Green Sponsor, for their support of the High Line’s reopening.