If you are looking for something new this weekend, there is something to do in Manhattan, USA. This good news is for those who desire to relax the stress and look for a new place to enjoy the day with family and friends.
Little Island is a new public park recently opened for visitors in New York City. It builds over the Hudson River, which gives the magnificent eyesight of floating over the water. This park is designed by Heatherwick Studio and Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architects by consuming eight years to bring a peaceful retreat for the city.
Little Island has a dramatic series of piles that hold up the park from the water by becoming an iconic park in the USA. There are 132 concrete pots that creators call “tulip pots,” and those pots are set on pilings of different heights. Because of that, wind through the 2.4-acre park is blowing here and there, and you can cherish every moment spent at the park.
Furthermore, there is incredible biodiversity within the park nearly 400 different species of grasses, shrubs, trees, and other flowers. You can find this beautiful nature gateway between W. 13th and W. 14th Streets off the West Side Highway, or you can refer to the website to reserve a spot in advance.
So if you are looking for a place to visit after the pandemic, we suggest the “Little island,” and If you can’t make the trip yet, you can keep scrolling to find incredible moments of the park for you.
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