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Exquisite views of Manhattan. A breath of fresh air and a much needed enclave of serenity in this bustling city..
Very pretty and unique park by the water.
Go find the XXX Coffee tent and treat yourself to a macchiato.
Super relaxing park. Check the schedule for events in their website
Located in Long Island City, the Socrates Sculpture Park features rotating exhibits and annual events, such as the kite flight and bike parade.
Saturdays in the summer there's a Greenmarket. Drop off your compost!
One of the most unique art spaces in New York, with seasonal pieces from artists around the world using the enormous real estate at their disposal to display installations and sculptures of all kinds.
Great for sunset views!
Free kayaking in the summer
The art and the water at sunset.
free! 10am-dusk daily.
Come for a look if you are nearby but it definitely isn't worth a special trip.
Exhibits are always changing and always surprising and cool
Great retreat on a busy street. Farmers markets, family events and ever changing art keeps this place feeling alive.
Love this park😃. It's clean and pretty!! not overly crowded.
Really artsy place! Once a landfill!
Perfect for a bike adventure or combo visit w/ Noguchi Museum next door. Revolving sculpture selection can be hit-or-miss, but the riverside view and greenery are always worth it. Dogs allowed!
Perfect place to walk around and view art exhibits. Also great to sit by the water and read.
Long Island City’s most popular open lawn, playing host to summer film screenings, weekend green markets, and Hallet Cove’s most scenic canoe push-off point.
Watch the dogs frolic/Pet the cute Socrates cats/Admire the art
"tree wood" won Socrates Sculpture Park's "Folly" competition, which challenges architects and designers to build large-scale outdoors projects. On view through March 2014.
Check out Kenneth Pietrobono's exhibit!
Bring chairs/blanket, a picnic, and some mosquito repellant and you're good to go. You're gonna love it.
An abandoned riverside landfill and illegal dumpsite until 1986; a coalition under the leadership of artist Mark di Suvero transformed the area into an open studio and exhibition space for artists.
Great little park
Good view to Manhattan skyline
Among all the great artwork here, don't miss John Ahearn's statues, "Deleesha, Toby, and Raymond Corey," to your left when you enter the park.
This is probably the worst park I've been to in Astoria. Grass was dry w Mosquitos everywhere & excuse me, but I didn't see any sculptures. I don't get it
Amazing views from the park..not so amazing farmers market (really small), but they're trying.
Always a pleasure to visit, but make sure to check out the great programming they have in the warmer months. Thanks to Socrates, I learned how to pickle!
An abandoned landfill until 1986, Mark di Suvero and a coalition of artists were able to create an open space for artists to display their work. Check out the Greenmarket here Saturdays between 8am-4!
Nice view of the river
Haloween Festival today 10.22.11
Keep up with @SSPweatherwatch on Twitter for notifications on upcoming events and installations. All well worth the visit.
Drop off your kitchen scraps every Saturday, from nine to noon. #compost
Love the farmers market...saturdays through november
Shitty park with bad art and no benches
The non-permanent art sculpture installations here invite public interaction and the open space of the park allows you to sit, stand, lie down, take a nap, and just live alongside the art for a while.
Farmers market Saturdays 8-4