Cloisters Museum & Gardens
On a hilltop overlooking the Hudson River, the Cloisters is a curious architectural jigsaw, its many parts made up of various European...
Dyckman Farmhouse Museum
Built in 1784 on a 28-acre farm, the Dyckman House is Manhattan’s lone surviving Dutch farmhouse. Excavations of the property have...
Inwood Hill Park
This 197-acre park contains the last natural forest and salt marsh in Manhattan. It’s a cool escape in summer and a great place to...
New Leaf Cafe
Nestled into Fort Tryon Park, a short jaunt from the Cloisters Museum & Gardens , this 1930s stone edifice feels like a...
Lonely Planet review
Located in Inwood Hill Park, right off the New York Greenway Bike Trail, is this family-friendly rentals shop – perfect for navigating the long and winding paths of upper Manhattan.