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An 800-seat amphitheater in this popular
\nlocal park brings people to the river for concert series such as the Albany
Some 635 acres in eastern Queens are made up of woodlands, open meadows and expansive marshes that are home to 300 species of birds—mostly migratory fowl—and other wildlife.
Battery Park City Parks Conservancy is a nonprofit organization that oversees the maintenance of 36-acres of parkland in Lower Manhattan.
The park and National Heritage Area atop Chatterton
\nHill commemorates the historic Battle of White Plains on October 28,
Believing that the history of the Big Apple can be peeled like an onion, Big Onion Walking Tours, in partnership with New-York Historical Society, has organized tours of New York's ethnic neighborh
This 155-acre park on Staten Island's southern tip is one of the city's newest public spaces.
The 1,538-acre heavily
\nwooded park has 15 miles of hiking trails, playgrounds, picnic tables, and
\na lodge that groups can rent during the off-season. The hikes up Mount
The site of Bryant Park is in a part of Manhattan that was countryside well north of the populous city until nearly the middle of the 19th century.