The Battery Bikeway connects the Hudson River Park Bikeway to the East River Esplanade making a 31-mile uninterrupted waterfront bicycle path that wraps Manhattan.
Separated from traffic by a 20-foot wide pedestrian path, the bikeway is a serpentine passage bordered by lush gardens of perennials, shrubs and woody plants. As you weave through the gardens, find air stations, bike parking and public restrooms along the way.
A cyclist’s respite from the city’s busy streets, the terracotta bike path is a departure from the asphalt and is bordered by a Stony Creek Granite seating wall. The Bikeway Gardens complete the vocabulary of The Battery’s highly public collection of plants from world-renowned Dutch garden designer, Piet Oudolf.
Lunch with friends in the Bosque at one of our farm-to-table outdoor cafes, ride SeaGlass Carousel or just stop for a moment and enjoy a paradise of horticulture and the ultimate harbor vista.
Castle Clinton and twenty other monuments celebrate the rich history of New York and the nation. The centerpiece of the Conservancy’s revitalization efforts, The Castle has played dynamic roles through its 200-year lifetime.Learn More
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