Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park, New York City

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  • We went over to Roosevelt Island via the tram from 59th & Second (a hoot in itself) for a charity event. The glorious views of midtown Manhattan blew us away. That is an added bonus to the uncrowded, ...  more »
  • At the southern tip of Roosevelt Island that kind of location. I think from the United Nations in Manhattan, including closer in the distance. This is the parks are well maintained, clean and pleasant. Not so much tourists, relaxing thing is like.
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  • This memorial is definitely off the beaten path for most tours, so if you are just looking for NYC highlights, keep moving. Take the tram from 60th/2nd (you can use your MTA card) or the F train. Walk...  more »
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  • A small but patriotic park right of the team or subway. Wonderful breezes and great view of the city. Slightly less great views of Queens though so just.. keep your eyes westwards.
  • The island itself is weird is a good way. I had no idea it was there but was taken by a friend living in the city. The monument is fantastic and the cable car to travel to/from is a great experience on top.
  • Brand New Park. Clean and with clean restrooms. Wheelchair accessible. Feels very unique, safe and not like other parks. Surrounded by water, and skyscrapers. A must go place for every New Yorker and Tourist.
  • ​Beautiful park with modern architecture celebrating the four human freedoms (speech, worship, from want, from fear) identified by President Roosevelt, hence the name of the park. Great views of Manhattan's east side skyline any time of the day but the best time for photos is between morning and early afternoon.
  • I am very upset and I am not the only one! Google tells you the park closes at 7 PM when it closes at 5 PM! $5.50 of MTA subway ride. Never mind the inconvenience of getting here on the weekend with MTA. I am yet to see this park open.