Madison Square Park


23rd to 26th Sts. (bet. Fifth and Madison Aves.)
Manhattan, NY 10010
Flatiron District


Hours:
  • 6am–midnight daily
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First opened to the public in 1847, this park underwent a complete overhaul and renewal in 2001. The Madison Square Park of today boasts free WiFi, a dog run, a playground, public installations by artists like Sol LeWitt and William Wegman, an outpost of the Shake Shack and events running from live music to Fall Eats, an annual month-long food fair with pop-up food carts from the City’s best restaurants.

Photo: Marley White
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