High Line
The High Line Park above Tenth Ave in Manhattan, NYC
The High Line Park above Tenth Ave in Manhattan, NYC

High Line Tours and Tickets

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Hailed as an urban renewal triumph following its opening in 2009, New York City's High Line—an abandoned elevated railway track converted into a park—has since spawned a series of copycats, including Chicago's 606 and Sydney's Goods Line.

  • Vary depending on season
  • 7077 High Line, Manhattan, New York City, New York, 10001

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Richard_B, Nov 2023
Our guide Chris really...
Our guide Chris really made the tour GREAT. His knowledge of, stories about and enthusiasm for his adopted City made it a wonderful experience. I've been to NYC many times but Chris showed us and explained the significance of places I've never been. The food choices were superb. Each one better than the last. The tour ended with a walk on the High Line on a beautiful afternoon. Crowds of walkers and great architecture. I'd take the tour again and HIGHLY recommend it. Ask for Chris.
Richard_B, Oct 2023
Jonathan is very interesting, knowledgeable, and polite.
I’ve taken a tour of the High Line previously but our tour guide, Jonathan, provided much more historical information than my previous guide! My wife and I were impressed with Jonathan’s tour! Thursday 10/19/23 10:30 am tour
Laura_P, Oct 2023
Fantastic tour with Ben
Ben did such an amazing job on the High line and Chelsea Market tour. He was super knowledgeable, kind, and spoke clearly! It never felt rushed yet the two hours flew by. Highly recommend Ben and this fun tour.
Shanon_G, Oct 2023
Great Food Tour
We really enjoyed the Chelsea Market and High Line tour! We always try to do a good tour the first day or so of a vacation to help us get the pay of the land, and this one did not disappoint. Chris was the perfect guide! He had so many interesting facts about the market, High Line, and the surrounding area. We enjoyed all the food we tried. We especially liked the rice flour tacos and the oat milk ice cream with tahini. We would recommend this tour, for sure.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q:What are High Line hours of operation?
High Line hours of operation: Vary depending on season. Buy tickets in advance on Viator. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
People Also Ask
Q:How long does it take to walk the High Line?
A:The High Line is 1.45 miles (2.33 kilometers), and it takes about 30 minutes to walk it from end to end. However, visits can take longer—it's worth lingering on a bench to admire the views of the city, and stop to see artwork and greenery along the route.
Q:Is the High Line worth it?
A:Yes, the High Line is worth it. The High Line is one of Manhattan's most popular recreational spaces, and its views are top-notch. This elevated park can attract crowds, so consider visiting earlier in the day for a calmer experience.
Q:What do you do on a High Line tour?
A:Many guided High Line tours combine sightseeing with insider stories about the city's history. Some may stop at adjoining attractions like Chelsea Market or the Whitney Museum of American Art. And self-led tours include soaking in views as far as the Empire State Building and Central Park, admiring scenic viewpoints and forested areas, and visiting the park's food vendors.
Q:Are there restrooms at the High Line?
A:Yes, there are public restrooms at four points along the High Line: at Gansevoort Street and Washington Street, 16th Street, 30th Street Southeast, and 31st Street and Dyer Avenue (High Line — Moynihan Connector). The bars and restaurants adjacent to the High Line also have bathrooms for customers.
Q:Where is the best place to start the High Line?
A:There are numerous access points along the High Line, and no matter where you enter, you'll be met with top-notch views and scenic highlights. If you'd like to walk the entire length, begin at either its southernmost entrance at Gansevoort Street or its northernmost point at 34th Street.
Q:What is the best day to visit the High Line?
A:The High Line is a popular attraction, and that can mean significant crowds—particularly in summer and on weekends and holidays. For a calmer experience, visit on a weekday; mornings and evenings are typically the quietest. Try to visit on a good-weather day to make the most of the park.