A Popular Gathering Spot for Locals and Tourists in NY!
A 9.75 acre park in NYC's famous Greenwich Village, Washington Square is a popular gathering spot for avant-garde artists. It's also a great place to play chess, and to take your canines and children. The park's well-known arch honors George Washington, the man for whom the park was named.
The park's fountain is one of the most popular meeting spots in the city. Other features include multiple flower beds and trees, walking paths, a Scrabble playing area, benches, picnic tables, a commemorative statuary, and two dog runs. Throughout the year, the park hosts a variety of events and performances. No matter when you go, you're bound to find something fun to do at this great NY park!