The third of the Museum's three thematic walking tours of Battery Park City, on July 28 at 4pm, covers the north residential neighborhood, which was developed in several phases, beginning with Stuyvesant High School at the northeast edge and the esplanade and Rockefeller Park along the Hudson. A diagonal avenue lined with apartment buildings creates one face of the neighborhood, while the inner courts of the large blocks are connected by the delightful Teardrop Park. Located two blocks from ground zero, we will also explore the history and design of the Irish Hunger Memorial completed in 2001. Tour 3 will be repeated on August 12 at 4pm.
This tour meet at the Winter Garden at Brookfield Place. Walking Tours are free! Programs are supported by a Community Partnership with the Battery Park City Authority.
Registration for this tour is limited to 25 people and will open in May, when an Eventbrite RSVP link will be posted. Any updates for bad-weather cancellations will be sent to your email address. Masks are required in the Museum and are suggested for outdoor tours.