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A Walkable Guide On Public Art

The walkable square mile south of Chambers Street is, in fact, a grand, open-air museum, with dozens of permanent and temporary installations of...

Liberty Island To Begin First Phase Of Reopening

New Yorkers are being welcomed back to (safely) visit the Statue of Liberty, as the National Parks Service announced a partial reopening of Liberty...

Asiya Wadud’s ‘Echo Exhibit’ Kicks Off LMCC’s River to River Art Festival

The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council kicked off this year's annual River to River Festival with Asiya Wadud's "Echo Exhibit," the first of four...

Dog Runs And Recreational Areas Are Open. Here’s What You Need To Know.

With the city beyond its Phase 3 reopening, New Yorkers can access dog runs and recreational areas. In Lower Manhattan, that means your furry family...

Battery Park City Teen Films Poignant Short Film On Citi Bike

For New Yorkers staying put in their respective neighborhoods and wondering what the rest of the city looks like beyond their residential borders,...

Colossal Crystals That Can Be Played Like A Theremin: Five Questions With ‘Oscillation’ Designer Ryan Swanson

Colorful, musical art is coming to the neighborhood via "Oscillation," an interactive exhibit created by Brooklyn-based design firm the Urban Conga....

Help Bowling Green Park Leap Into Spring

Want to help beautify Lower Manhattan and make an environmental contribution at the same time? We're hosting a volunteer event to check off both...

Seesaws At The Seaport!

The Seaport is beaming! Eight giant illuminated seesaws have lined the Seaport Square — reason enough to set foot outside and fight those...

This Slide Is Huge

Tucked away in Battery Park City is an amazing two-acre oasis in between Warren and Murray Streets (just west of North End Ave) known as Teardrop...

Greenmarkets In Lower Manhattan: Hours, Items, All You Need to Know

The start of fall may catalyze the changing color of the leaves, but that doesn’t mean we can’t still celebrate all things green. Lower Manhattan...