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Fort Tryon Park, New York City

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TripAdvisor
  • The museum is so beautiful! The outdoor courtyards/cloisters are just lovely. A great place to spend a Sunday. Gorgeous views of the Hudson river. Parking free or take the train to 190th st and walk u...  more »
  • This is where you will go to visit the Cloisters. It's a huge park overlooking the Hudson River. A little hard to get to via public transit. Beautiful.  more »
  • Probably a ton of people other than me. I haven't been above 110th street in probably 20 years. Fort Tryon and the gardens surrounding are gorgeous, the view of the Hudson is spectacular and the histo...  more »
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  • Out of the way for the less adventurous tourist but this park offers some of the best views in the city. Many turrets look out over the Hudson offering a surprisingly beautiful view of the forest covered Jersey shoreline. This park is also home to The Cloisters Museum. A branch of the Met this museum holds many beautiful and rare examples of early European religious art. Tourists, get there while you can before the city decides to make you pay full admission fee! That's right, Met museums are PAY WHAT YOU WANT. Don't be fooled by the "suggested donation" signs. Though, a few dollars a head allows the museums to remain cheap and high-quality.
  • This place is an absolute gem. You don't feel like you are in NYC anymore. The park has a gorgeous flower garden, great views of the cliffs across the Hudson and if course is home to the Cloisters museum. The park is also less crowded than some of the other parks in the city. Great place to spend a sunny, summer afternoon
  • Beautiful park. We were on our way to the Cloisters and enjoyed every minute of it. I forgot I was in New York for a while. It was easily accessible from the subway too.
  • Beautiful park with great views! I went in a rainy day but I definitely will go back later in summer. The Cloister is in the middle so you can visit the park and the museum.
  • One of the best park in New York State and arguably the best park in NYC. You will have breathtaking views of Hudson river, new Jersey, George Washington bridge here. Heather garden is one of the most well maintained garden I have ever seen. You can enjoy refreshing air while walking through the Alison's walk by the graden. The cloister museum is one of the good museums in NYC. This park provide free parking, yoga course and most of other facilities you can think of. A great one !