Washington Square Park
Washington Square Park is located in the heart of Greenwich Village. New York University dormitories and administration offices, as well as many residences surround the Park. This is one of New York City’s great attractions – so many people, so many walks of life spend time in this park. Washington Square is known for its diversity and its artistic nature, it speaks for itself. The two main sites at the park are the Washington Arch located on the 5th Avenue side of the Park and the fountain, which is in the center of the park. The park features two playgrounds, plenty of grass space, and a dog run. The park falls inside University Place and MacDougal St, Waverly Place, and 4th Street. Washington Square Park has had a long history for political and cultural gatherings to be expressed and sometimes hashed out. A lot of recent and current renovations have been going on. If you are a fan of culture and the arts, you are going to love Washington Square Park…
Washington Square is known for its diversity and its artistic nature, it speaks for itself.
Behind Sammy is Dave Ricketts, bandleader/guitar from Gaucho Gypsy Jazz Band and the statue of Giuseppe Garibaldi. At the 5th Avenue and Waverly entrance you will find the Washington Arch (1891-1892) represents the commemorate the centenary of George Washington’s inauguration as the first president.
Location: University Place and MacDougal St, Waverly, and 4th Street – The Washington Arch is located at 5th Avenue and Waverly place.