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The Washington arch is located on the edge of Washington park and is an impressive monument
It is pretty distinctive and obviously modelled on the 'arc du triumph' well worth a photo-stop when in the areas
This wasn’t one of the things to see on my bucket list. My boyfriend told me I had to see it, so we went and I was amazed at the size of the arch and how beautiful it looked. I saw it at night and...More
Walked to and from a hotel to Blue Hills restaurant and the Arch was a perfect landmark to guide me. It is such an icon and so distinctive - have always loved the Square, not sure if it is because of its history and symbolism...More
An icon of NYC, The Arch is a perfect spot to meet up with friends. It is also the place where Sally dropped off Harry in the movie "When Harry Met Sally." Worth stopping by if you are in the neighborhood.
The Washington Square Arch is one of the most prominent features of Washington Square Park. It is worth going out of your way to check it out along with the rest of the Park. Admire the classic Roman-style architecture and gaze down world famous Fifth...More
The arch itself is great, and the area is quaint. There is a fountain that kids were playing in as it was a hot and humid day. Once you see the arch, the fun and thrills are over. Thought the grassy portions of the park,...More
When we are in New York, we like to stroll in Washington Square Park and enjoy the atmosphere. The Park is dominated by the Arch which was based on the Arc de Triomphe that had been erected in Paris 50 years earlier. During construction, skeletal...More
Commonly known as “the Village” to New Yorkers, it was here in Greenwich Village that both 1960’s counter culture and the LGBT movement were born. Famous for its bohemian past, head to Washington Square Park to get a feel for this diverse and energetic neighbourhood. You’ll find NYU students, street performers, skateboarders, kids frolicking in the fountain, and locals relaxing and playing chess.
Stroll the streets to discover a mix of majestic town homes and hidden bars and restaurants that give this neighbourhood an old-school residential feel. When the sun goes down, check out one of the famous jazz or comedy clubs that still packs them in every night.