Obviously the piers offer many activities, from trapeze training to the golf driving range etc, but the boardwalk to stroll down the Hudson River with views over to the NJ side should not be missed!
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I have never had a bad experience at Chelsea Piers. My kids and I LOVE hitting golf balls (none of us golf!) over the water, we bowl, rock climbing....there is so much to do. Age doesn't matter! Although my body reminds me daily of how...More
It is $28 dollars to skate a 45 minute Freestyle at this rink. I was in literal shock when I went to pay! I gave into it because I had gotten my daughter ready, based my morning around the freestyle and took a $20. taxi,...More
Chelsea Piers is a great place to visit on a summer day. We had four young children in our group. We started our adventure at the Chelsea Waterside Park. It is a small, but shaded area with fountains for splashing, a sand pit and playground...More
We came here to ride the carousel on Pier 62. This carousel was made in 2010 by Carousel Works, and is in a very nice pavilion that keeps it safe. It’s well kept, although it didn’t seem to be very busy. The animals on it...More
We walked from pier 78 to the financial district along the water (4.5 miles). There is also a great cycle path with Citibikes available to rent. As part of this we walked through Chelsea Piers which has everything from a golf range to walk climbing...More
Chelsea Piers is a series of piers in Chelsea, on the West Side of Manhattan and located to the west of the West Side Highway (Eleventh Avenue) and Hudson River Park and to the east of the Hudson River. They were originally built as a...More
We were a group of 9 guys aging from 24 to 60. This sports complex/gym was a very cool place. We did some basic team sporting events like dribbling a basketball to a jump rope, 10 skips with plastic rope is difficult (ha), then sinking...More
We took a river boat cruise from pier 61 from 7pm till 10pm with a gourmet dinner that sailed towards The Statue at Liberty and around the Island. The Chelsea Piers are mainly sporting complexes nowadays but all the river boat cruises and tours still...More
Yes, I rode the carosel...I selected a brown bear inasmuch as all the animals and birds and fish are native to New York state.