New Yorkers love to do some sunbathing and stargazing on The High Line during the warmer months, but there’s still plenty of fun to be had when temperatures drop below 50 degrees. Friends of the High Line host a lovely (and free!) winter tour called “From Freight to Flowers,” where volunteer guides teach you all about the park’s history, landscape and design. And there’s a good chance that the landmark will be free of crowds when you go, which means you’ll have more space to take in the spectacular views. Pro tip? Just make sure to bundle up.