What street is Fort Tryon Park on?

What street is Fort Tryon Park on?

Fort Tryon Park is a public New York City park. It extends from 192nd Street and Fort Washington Avenue northward to Riverside Drive near 200th Street. It is framed on the west by the West Side Highway and to the east by Broadway.

Who owns Fort Tryon Park?

NYC Parks

Fort Tryon Park
Operated by NYC Parks
Open 6 a.m. to 1 a.m.
Status Open all year
Public transit access Subway: to 190th Street or Dyckman Street Bus: M4, M98, M100, Bx7

Is Fort Tryon Park accessible?

Decades after its creation, park goers can run or walk on the park’s 8 miles of pathways, play on the lawns, and enjoy the city’s largest garden with unrestricted public access, the Heather Garden.

What was different about Fort Tryon?

Olmsted designed Fort Tryon Park with promenades, terraces, wooded slopes, and eight miles of pedestrian paths. He was careful to preserve open areas and his design included an abundance of colorful plants that formed a beautiful foreground to the expansive views of the Palisades and the Hudson River to the west.

Can you smoke in Fort Tryon Park?

Permitted Areas Smoking is permitted in the parking lots of all Parks properties.

How do you pronounce Houston Street in New York?

Most assume that like the city in Texas, this New York street name is pronounced “Hue-stun.” However, born and bred New Yorkers know that the name is actually pronounced “How-stun” — though very few people know why.

How can you tell if someone smokes in your house?

Usually, tenant smoking is easy to detect by the distinctive smell on walls, in carpeting and furniture, signs of ash or cigarette butts, and yellow or brown discoloration on walls, counters, cabinets, doors and trim. Even with camouflage, you can usually find enough signs to prove indoor smoking.