This is a very interesting place to visit if you want to understand the feeling and the vibes of this Manhattan neighborhood. Its most distinctive feature is the Washington Square Arch, a triumphal marble arch built in 1892.
Probably my favorite park. Just sitting and watching New Yorkers and life go by. I've sat here in the summer by the fountain or under a tree and I've sat here in the dead of winter on a bench all bundled up. It's just quintessential NY at its finest. There's also a really good Indian cart in the…
A marsh. A cemetery. A parade ground. A gathering spot for avant-garde artists. A battleground for chess enthusiasts. A playground for canines and children. Washington Square Park has served various roles for its community throughout the years, adapting to meet its needs. Well-known for its arch,…
“The Union Square Christmas Market is a little smaller than the one in Bryant Park. It’s on from the end of November to December 24th, 2020 (closed on Thanksgiving). At this market you can get food and presents. True holiday vibe and experience!”
“This is a great way to see some of the city- this is an elevated greenway. One of the entrances is right next to the Whitney Museum!”
“My favorite museum due to its size, not too overwhelming! Great views and located in a beautiful park of the city, falling between the West Village and Meatpacking district. Lots of great places to eat and explore, I'd visit the Highline (outdoor park) afterwards! The Whitney is for American art, FYI!”
“one of the best comedy clubs in NYC on any given night you would see a well known name comedian perform”