Show your Park pride and support your neighborhood’s backyard!
The Chelsea section of Hudson River Park is a playtime powerhouse: sail, bowl, skateboard, rock climb, or take a spin around the carousel. There is even a place for our four-legged family members in the Chelsea Waterside Dog Run.
From the driving range to the bowling lanes, rock walls to batting cages, ice skating to gymnastics classes, Chelsea Piers has something for everyone. Adjacent, on Pier 62 you’ll find a beautiful carousel, which features 33 hand-carved animals native to the Hudson River Valley.
The Chelsea Lawn Bowl at Pier 63, a wide, uninterrupted greenspace and sparkling river views make this popular for leisure and for major Park events like the Hudson River Dance Festival and our Hudson RiverFlicks series. Along its northern expanse, our peaceful Stone Field features an array of locally quarried boulders arranged artfully among the weeping willows.
Unusual for its uphill slant, Pier 64’s far edge rises 15 feet above the bulkhead, offering especially striking river views.
Blooming with native plants, our Habitat Garden is an official stop on the annual monarch butterfly migration and a unique open-air classroom.
Here, our Environment and Education team hosts Garden Adventures where students investigate the Park's land-based plants and animals through a tree/native plant scavenger hunt, bird beak investigation and bird migration activity.
Your donation keeps programs like these in Chelsea possible and helps budding horticulturists continue in their explorations.