- 2-hour walking tour of High Line Park
- Tour Manhattan's trendy West Side neighborhoods of Chelsea and the Meatpacking District
- Learn about the rich history of High Line Park and the long forgotten High Line, an elevated railroad track
- See the White Star Pier, the old Nabisco factory and the Collier Publishing building
- Led by an informative local guide
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
Go beyond the typical tourist attractions with a laid-back stroll in this cool, elevated park that's popular with locals. Awesome views!
What You Can Expect
This two-hour walking tour runs the full length of the park, from the Tiffany and Co. Foundation Overlook — with a view eastward to the Meatpacking District and westward to the Whitney Museum of American Art — to the CSX Transportation Gate.
In between, there are sundecks and more overlooks to see. There’s also a two-block-long pathway that winds through a miniature forest of dogwoods, bottlebrush buckeye, hollies, roses, and other dense shrubs and trees, plus a grove of bigleaf magnolia, sassafras and serviceberry trees. There’s even some of the wild landscape that grew up on the High Line before it was a park, like crab apple trees, asters, sedges, goldenrods and alumroot.
On this tour, there will also be a chance to visit Pier 54, where the survivors of the Titanic arrived, and the old Nabisco factory at Chelsea Market, where the original Oreo Cookie was invented.
We loved our High Line Tour. Annie was a very knowledgeable and entertaining guide. Highly recommended - it was worthwhile to go with someone who can give you a bit of the history and some of the things to look out for along the way.
Great and informative tour.
Ann was friendly, outgoing, informative, managed an unexpected delay and had a good sense of humour. She helped make it a very enjoyable day.
Recently spent the morning with Annie our guide on the New York on the High Line Park Walking Tour.
Annie was very well informed, interesting and fun and highlighted many points of interest around the Meat Packing District, Chelsea Markets and the High Line.
The High Line now extends to 34th Street which was an added bonus. I would definitely recommend this tour.
Anne was charming and she knew her stuff! I loved all the extra treatment she gave and extra advice. I would book again from your company. I will recommend your company also.
While we could have walked this ourselves what a treat to be guided by someone as knowledgeable as Annie was. She was great! We wound up being in a small group of 4 and it was well worth the cost.
Loved it! Tour Guide, Anne, was great.. We had her all to ourselves..just my and my husband.
So nice to get an inside view from a real New York City resident. We like to take tours for that reason! It was a beautiful day and really fun!
We had a great tour with Bill. He provided a lot of interesting facts about the area how the High Line Park came to be. It really is an oasis of calm and beauty when walking n Manhattan and we loved it.
Loved the tour and Annie was a wonderful guide!! There is so much more info we wouldn't have known if we'd just strolled it by ourselves.
Debra was fabulous! It was a highlight of our NYC weekend.