City Hall Park
City Hall has governed New York City since the early 1800’s. It’s located between Broadway, Park Row and Chambers in Lower Manhattan. City Hall sits near the park called the City Hall Park. City Hall is one of the oldest governmental buildings in the United States and it houses the actual office of the Mayor of New York City. City Hall was constructed from 1803 to 1812 and admired as some of the best architectural accomplishments of that time. Sol LeWitt’s (1928 – 2007) art sculptures are currently on display around City Hall Park. Nearby Attractions: Brooklyn Bridge, Chinatown, TriBECA, 9/11 Memorial , The National September 11 Memorial and Museum, Ground Zero, Century 21 Department Store and St. Paul’s Chapel.
Visitors can take tours of City Hall during weekdays – contact 212 788 2656 to make an appointment.
Sol LeWitt art sculptures are displayed around City Hall Park – Splotch, Pyramid, Three x Four x Three.
Sol LeWitt -LARGE MODULAR CUBE, 1969
Location: Between Broadway, Park Row and Chambers Streets