Pier 84

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Pier 84
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Pier 84

Midtown West
Cross at W.44th St. or W.43rd St.

According to the Hudson River Park website:

"Opened in 2006, Pier 84 is currently the largest public pier in Hudson River Park. There's something for everyone here, befitting its location near 42nd Street, the heart of Manhattan.

The Pier 84 boathouse offers rowing and boatbuilding programs for people through Floating the Apple. The Pier 84 dock may also be used for launching small human-powered, hand-carried boats when the boathouse is open.

Pier 84 Classroom and Interpretive Center
Hudson River Park educators and park partners offer programs for school and community groups from the boathouse classroom. Open year-round by special arrangement.

Interactive Water Play Area
This wonderful, interactive play area demonstrates the behavior and power of water. Adults and children can pump water, measure volume, observe forces in motion, and operate miniature canal gates.

Also on Pier 84:
• Interactive fountain
• Lawn with trees
• Fishing
• Sunbathing
• Summer event space
• Dog Run
• Bike rental
• Water Taxi stop
• Restaurant
• Shopping
• Play area with water features
• Manhattan Botanical Community Garden

Restrooms: Pier 84 Comfort Station

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