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Tucked away on Governors Island is a charming but deserted WWII-era movie theater left over from when the island was a military base. I used to wander in here as a kid on summer days. The theater has a cute little box office in front, and in its heyday you could see a double feature for $2. It’s not operational, but you can go in at your own risk. Free ferries leave from South Street in Manhattan and from Brooklyn Bridge Park every 30 to 60 minutes.
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Formerly an Army base, then Coast Guard now an Art Park. Ferry service on week-ends from Pier 6 at the foot of Atlantic Avenue.
You need to take the ferry to go to Governor’s Island! This location is seasonal, so they open in the Spring. If you arrive at before 10 entrance is free! And you can also bike ride around the island to see the Statue of Liberty from afar. You won’t be able to get a close up, but you can still see…
For only a $3 ferry ride (which is enjoyable in itself!), you can visit one of the most unique places in New York. Full of history, beautiful scenery and gorgeous architecture, this is a fun sightseeing spot to visit!
Great view of the city and Statue of Liberty. Bike tour around the island is a must. Nice place to experience nyc.
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“Beautiful park with excellent views of Manhattan skyline and Brooklyn Bridge”
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“586 Acre park to explore and exercise. Has everything from bike paths, horse trails, a zoo, baseball fields, playgrounds, a carousel, and more!”
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“Roosevelt Island is a narrow island in New York City's East River. It lies between Manhattan Island to its west and the borough of Queens, on Long Island, to its east. It is politically part of the borough of Manhattan, and New York County. Running from the equivalent of East 46th to 85th Streets on Manhattan Island, it is about 2 miles long, with a maximum width of 800 feet, and a total area of 147 acres. Together with Mill Rock, Roosevelt Island constitutes Manhattan's Census Tract 238, which has a land area of 0.279 sq mi, and had a population of 9,520 as of the 2000 United States Census. It had a population of 11,661 as of the 2010 United States Census. The island was called Minnehanonck by the Lenape and Varkens Eylandt by New Netherlanders, and during the colonial era and later as Blackwell's Island. It was known as Welfare Island when it was used principally for hospitals, from 1921 to 1973. It was renamed Roosevelt Island in 1973. Roosevelt Island is owned by the city but was leased to New York state's Urban Development Corporation for 99 years in 1969. Most of the residential buildings on Roosevelt Island are rental buildings.”
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“Hidden Gem! You will get one of the best views of the Skyline at the price on one subway ticket.”
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“Great park with huge open area, big kids play area w/ water, toddler play area, hand ball courts and basketball court. 78th ST closed to traffic in summer and big Farmer's market every Sunday!”
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