The Little Red Lighthouse
Last remaining lighthouse in NYC! There's even a children's book about it. One of my favorite spots in the city.
A great walk along the Hudson River. Enter the park at Riverside Dr and 148th St and walk north for about 30 minutes.
it is a great place to see a historical light house and sit on the grass. This trail takes you all the way down to the tip of manhattan
“Bennet Park is named for James Gordon Bennett (1795-1872). Other memorials in the park include the Emilio Barbosa Memorial. Bennett Park hosts a variety of events, such as the Revolutionary War Reenactment, which Redcoats and George Washington's army actors converge and fight in the park, reenacting the battle of Fort Washington. An annual Harvest Festival is held in the park's field.”
“One of the best Dominican restaurants in the neighborhood Extremely inexpensive and they give you a lot of food.”
“Fort Washington Park is a public park located in the Washington Heights section of Upper Manhattan in New York City. It runs along the banks of the Hudson River next to Riverside Drive and the Henry Hudson Parkway from West 155th Street to Dyckman Street. The George Washington Bridge crosses above the park, and below the bridge is the small point of land also called Jeffrey's Hook, which is the site of the Little Red Lighthouse.”
“181 Cabrini is a quiet & relaxed restaurant/ bar/ coffee shop. Very good selection of beers, and chef's specials daily! The crowd here is a little bit more mature & low-key than Le Chéile. A great place to sit down and catch up.”
“The United Palace was one of one of the 5 Loew's "Wonder Theaters" - is a church, formerly the Rev. Ike's, now live music venue, and non-profit cultural center located West 175th and 176th Streets. One of the great wonders of the Western World.”