Brooklyn Bridge

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Brooklyn Bridge – photo to remember!!

Crossing the Brooklyn Bridge is a must.  Its a national historical landmark!  The architecture is stunning and the views jaw dropping.  It is such a cute outing to share with someone special.  There is a special walkway just for pedestrians and this wooden marvel is meant to be trodden upon.  So cross history and then have an ice cream in Brooklyn.  If you don’t wanna walk back you can take the subway or hop on the ferry for an addition $2.75.  Ferry Info

The bridge is 1.39 miles so expect about an hour to cross.  That’ll give you time to meander and to take some photos.

TIP:  The bridge is less crowed at night and very safe.  It doesn’t close until midnight.

Walking Brooklyn Bridge Info

DIRECTIONS BY SUBWAY:                                                                                                                          Take the 4, 5, or 6  trains to Brooklyn Bridge/City Hall Stop or the J or Z trains to Chambers St. Stop.

TIP:  Maybe you can make a goal to be in every borough together.  In that case the best way to Staten Island is Staten Island Ferry

 

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Whitney Museum of American Art

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Whitney Museum Staircase

The Whitney’s permanent collection features only American Artists and the different seasonal exhibitions focus on unique and intriguing artists.  This is an edgy home grown must see.  Explore with your date and find pieces that speak to you.  Then speak about them with your date!

PRICE:  Free for CUNY students!

Free on Fridays from 7 PM – 10 PM

TIP:  The High Line’s entrance is just outside the museum, High Line Date so this is a great opportunity to combine dates!

Whitney info.

 

 

 

 

 

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The High Line

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The High Line – Historic High Line Park

Explore NYC from above the city streets — The High Line.  This public park was re-purposed from old unused railroad lines.  View art, walk through gardens, experience a performance, or just sit, relax and people watch.

A free romantic park – perfect for holding hands or stealing a kiss.

http://www.thehighline.org

Access points are located at Gansevoort St., 14th St., 16th St., 17th St., 20th St., 23rd St., 26th St., 28th St., 30th St. and 10th Ave., 30th St. and 11th Ave., and 34th St. The entrances at Gansevoort St., 14th St., 16th St., and 30th St. are accessible by elevator. The entrance at 34th St. is a wheelchair accessible ramp.

Spring hours: April 1 through May 31
7am – 10pm

Summer hours: June 1 through September 30
7am – 11pm

Fall hours: October 1 through November 30
7am – 10pm

Winter hours: December 1 through March 31
7am – 7pm

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