Architectural Tour of the High Line and Its Environs - 92Y, New York

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Architectural Tour of the High Line and Its Environs

Walk the 1.5-mile-long elevated park from its southern tip next to the Whitney Museum of American Art to the 34th Street–Hudson Yards station, learning about the elevated park and the new buildings it has sparked.

Tour ends at approximately 1:30 pm.

Meet at the Northwest corner of the intersection of Gansevoort and Washington Street, beneath the southern tip of the High Line.

Tour details will be communicated via email 24-36 hrs in advance of the scheduled tour. If we do not have an email address on file, we will do our best to contact you by phone. Please make sure that all contact information is accurate and current. If you have not received details 24 hrs in advance of the tour, please contact customer service at 212.415.5500 to receive details for the meeting location, itinerary and contact information for the tour guide. All tours run rain or shine.


John Hill

John Hill is an architect, blogger, freelance writer and editor, and published author. He grew up in Chicago, went to architecture school in Kansas and then moved to New York City after working at an architecture firm in Chicago for ten years. Since the move to NYC in 2006 he has focused on writing and put out five books on architecture—in NYC and beyond. The latest, NYC Walks, presents ten walking tours he has been giving since the publication of his first book, Guide to Contemporary New York City Architecture.