Take a walk on the wild side at the Bronx’s top family attraction.
Outdoor activities and waterfront views take center stage in this DUMBO green space.
Colorful blooms are a sure sign of springtime in the City.
Catch Shakespeare in the Park, SummerStage concerts, dance performances and lots of art.
Every summer, New York City’s Governors Island hosts flappers and swells.
Get outside and enjoy New York City’s green spaces.
NYC turns into a winter wonderland.
See the lawns, fountains, waterfalls and other attractions that make this one of the most famous parks in the world.
The only constant in NYC is change.
Head outside for baseball, thrill rides and scenic walks.
With its newly renovated running track, plus soccer fields, bocce ball pits, handball courts and a jungle gym-esque fitness corner, Williamsburg’s 35-acre McCarren Park is one of the more crowded outdoor recreation spots in Brooklyn.
Brooklyn Bridge Park, as its name would suggest, is stationed under the Brooklyn Bridge.
Covering 55 acres and with a depth of nearly seven feet, the Prospect Park Lake is one of the area’s most popular spots for catch-and-release fishing.
Ordinarily a mild-mannered (and, of course, much appreciated) neighborhood park, this open space becomes a lot more on Thursday nights in the summertime.
Brooklyn’s oldest park is named after Commodore Barry, who founded the adjacent Brooklyn Navy Yard.
Prospect Park is proud to host the country’s first Audubon Center located in an urban area.
Named after the late Adam Yauch (the Beastie Boy known as MCA), this small neighborhood park is the same he grew up playing in—he even learned to ride a bike there.
This pedestrian walkway offers spectacular views of Downtown Manhattan, the East River and the Brooklyn Bridge.
The Concert Grove was designed in 1847 as a spot for park goers to take in music being played on nearby Music Island.
This carousel has resided in Prospect Park since 1952, after being hand-carved in 1912, and first assembled in Coney Island.
Though the neighborhood that bears its name has gained fame in recent years for its culinary diversity, this City park hasn't yet been overrun by visitors from far and wide.
New York City’s first municipal airport, Floyd Bennett Field is considered a historical treasure: its well-maintained surviving structures represent some of the best examples of early commercial aviation architecture, and it was also the busiest naval air station in the nation during World War II.