Public Art & Green Spaces

Sure, Central Park is uptown, but Lower Manhattan is lush with inviting green space and art-stocked public plazas for locals, workers and tourists alike to take a seat, grab a bite and relax. Here’s where to take in the fresh air and even fresher creative work.

What To See and Do Outside

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Charging Bull
“Fearless Girl” at New York Stock Exchange
“Melanie” at White Horse Tavern
“Shadows and Flags” at Louise Nevelson Plaza
“The Upper Room”
“Two Dancing Figures”, 1989. Artist Keith Haring
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