Fort Tryon Park is a fusion of natural and landscaped terrain.
Fort Tryon Park boasts hundreds of trees throughout its 67-acres.
Tickets are on sale now! Give back to the beloved park that gives so much to us all during the pandemic on Sunday, September 19, 2021, 5:00-7:30 p.m at the Heather Garden & Stan Michels Promenade.
Just about 30 minutes from Harlem, join the Fort Tryon Park Trust and NYC Parks for a Wonderful Wednesday, a car-free summer night!
With Fort Tryon Park being 30 minutes from Harlem, NY, it sounds like a great time to enjoy a car-free night out in Fort Tryon Park!
Please join Harlem’s Marjorie Eliot, the Fort Tryon Park Trust, NYC Parks, and the Michels Family in celebrating the legacy of Stanley Michels at the 13th annual Stan Michels Jazz Concert.
Fort Tryon Park’s oldest structure needs protection!
This Women’s History Month, Fort Tryon Park Trust honors uptown’s amazing Harlem jazz legend Marjorie Eliot – an acclaimed pianist, actress, playwright, and Fort Tryon Park lover!
Just north of Harlem is Fort Tryon Park, where The Fort Tryon Park Trust is committed to the park designers’ 1935 legacy of public health.
This year, Fort Tryon Park just 30 minutes from Harlem, NY, celebrates its 85th Anniversary!
Here’s your chance to see inside of the Fort Tryon Park Cottage!
Bring your camera and join photographer Michael Palma as you capture the sunset at Fort Tryon Park!
Join the Fort Tryon Park (just north of Harlem) for a day filled with fun games, arts and crafts, group exercises, dance and other great activities!
Treat mom to a free concert in the park, courtesy of the Dessoff Choir. After lunch, bring a blanket and enjoy Billings Lawn’s scenery while listening to the sounds of acapella voices.
Have you ever wondered how parks are made? The National Park Service site shows you each step of how the Olmsted Brothers planned and designed Fort Tryon Park for John D. Rockefeller, Jr. beginning in the late 1920’s.