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Madison Square Park, New York City

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  • It's not a park in our classic sense, it is a small lawn. Place an interesting building, next to the famous "iron", but there's absolutely nothing, just a small green area in the city.
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  • A free and fun way to spend the afternoon feeding the local squirrels, birds and us:O) We do not have squirrels in Australia so it was a relaxing and fun way to see the many squirrels come up to us fo...  more »
  • Lovely little park, just opposite the flatiron building. So if you've walked to see the Empire State Building and Flatiron, pop in here as well. Very pretty. 
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  • Well kept, beautiful green space in South Midtown. The crew keeps certain grassy areas fenced off to preserve them, opening selective areas at a time. Kiddie Park is nice but can get crowded. Dog park, shake shack and regular art displays all give this park its charm. Too bad all nyc parks aren't run this well.
  • The hotel feels like it is trying too hard to be a fancy hotel but it falls flat. My room had scuff marks all over the walls and the bed and bathroom look like it sat around for a bit and had dirt on it. I will give it +1 for the cooling/heating fan being able to be set to always run. I sleep with a fan so background noise is good for me. Overall the hotel is OK, nothing special.
  • One of the many gems of the NYC Parks system. Well lit at night, plenty of seating options, brilliant planting and views. One of my favorites when I'm in the city.
  • decent dog run, kind of dirty depending on whos in there, and the park is nice, but super small. shack shack adds a nice dimension, and there is so much going on around this that you can just sit back and watch. also they have the madison square eats across the streets in the nicer weathered months. One side note is that they could use flowers ... they have none.
  • I've walked through it regularly for year and it never gets old. Helps that new monuments and art displays are rotated regularly, along with random concerts and brand activations. Shake Shack still rocks and so does Eataly. A top 3 NYC park in my eyes.