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I'm guessing the trick to truly enjoying Bowling Green is all in the timing - not at lunch on a Friday, as happened to us. We were still excited to see the Charging Bull and the park in person, but there was no place to...More
We enjoyed visiting this area and learn about it's history. The weather was beautiful when we went in June, the small park looked pretty with it's fountain, manicured gardens and benches a nice place to take a rest. It is the oldest park in NYC...More
We attended the Romania Day Festival in Bowling Green Park on May 18 and had a terrific time at this fascinating lower Manhattan venue. There were Romanian food booths serving the best street food possible along with music, dance, and of course the odd speech...More
I sat on one of the many benches in this little park at the end of Broadway in Lower Manhattan, exhausted from my visit to the Charging Bull at its northern end. Visitors, young and old there, had vied for photo positions by the iconic...More
Bowling Green is a nice little park in the financial district of New York City, and is located at the end of Broadway. It is a nice small public park with lots of history. According to the history, it was built in 1733 with bowling...More
This is the Oldest Park in New York and is a nice little Oasis in among the Sky Scrapers, the Raging Bull Statue is located on the north side of the Park
There is a nice fountain in the middle of the park.
The Bowling green couldn't be used for a bowling green imho, but its a cute little park in the financial district of New York, with a lovely little fountain in it, worth a visit and catch your breathe while wandering lower Manhatten.