Photo: @coastaldining


Little Island is New York City’s newest, and possibly most photogenic public space. Located in Hudson River park between 13th and 14th Streets, the 2.4-acre “floating park” aims to provide a unique relationship between nature and art, and a respite from the urban bustle.

There will be a weekly recurring artist series starting with live music, dance and more starting June 14. Check out the lineup here. If you are entering the park after noon, you must book a free timed-entry ticket (we recommend planning ahead, it’s a popular park). The good news? There’s no limit on how long you can stay once you’re inside.

Photo: @gchery17

Food, beer and wine will be available for purchase. Little Island will also be hosting Savory Talks & Performances, a free series exploring food sustainability and trends. It will kick off on June 21 with Sustainable Meat & Seafood, presented by Greenpoint Fish & Lobster Company and The Meat Hook.

Dogs, bikes, scooters and skateboards are not permitted. Learn more.

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