The fintastic SeaGlass recalls the history of The Battery as home to the New York Aquarium, 1896 to 1941.Learn More
The Battery is the gateway to Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. Statue Cruises offers ferry service every day of the year, except December 25.Learn More
Peter Minuit Plaza has many roles: park, transportation hub, and New York’s point of origin. Stroll through the scenic plaza to board the free Staten Island Ferry.Learn More
195,000 square feet of perennial gardens, free to the public. Relax and engage with nature. Be energized by the beauty and tranquility of these magnificent gardens.Learn More
An educational farm that empowers youth to make healthy food choices while learning sustainable farming techniques.Learn More
Running along the perimeter of the park amid The Battery’s gardens, it connects the Hudson River Park Bikeway to the East River Esplanade. It is the crucial link in the 31-mile loop that encircles Manhattan.Learn More
Castle Clinton and twenty other monuments celebrate the rich history of New York and the nation. The centerpiece of the Conservancy’s revitalization efforts, The Castle has played dynamic roles through its 200-year lifetime.Learn More
Where New York gathers. This grand oval offers two acres of lawn and 300 comfortable moveable chairs.Learn More
A meditative walk created by The Battery Conservancy to commemorate the first anniversary of 9/11.Learn More
Relax among the largest collection of mature trees in Lower Manhattan.Learn More
Breathtaking harbor views, vast perennial gardens, bike paths, grand lawns, an urban farm, and the fintastic SeaGlass carousel.
April 24, May 1, May 8 & May 15 at 8 am.
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