Washington Square Park, Autumn

Sammy and Simba met at Washington Square Park for the Annual Washington Square Park Halloween Dog Parade. Washington Square Park is where 5th Avenue ends and the feel of the Village begins. This area is filled with artist, musicians, New York University students and professors. On the North side of the park is the famous Washington Memorial Arch, the fountain is located in the middle, and the south side is where you would find the two dog runs. Paparazzi by Lady Gaga Squirrels... Read More

Washington Square Park

Washington Square Park is in the heart of Greenwich Village – the area is filled with writers, film makers, artists, NYU students, musicians, chess players, and skateboarders.  A lively place to watch street performers, people watch, take photos or a great meeting spot. It has two playground for kids, plenty of grass space, a dog run, and a fountain in the center of the park. The park has had a long history for political and cultural gatherings to be expressed and sometimes... Read More

Washington Square Outdoor Art Exhibit

This weekend June 4th and June 5th the Streets around Washington Square Park will be lined up with artists, photographers and craftspeople selling their work. Show starts every Memorial Day Weekend, May 28, 29, 30 and continues to the following weekend June 4, 5 from 12:00PM  to 6 PM. Location: The  village art show takes place on the sidewalks of University Place from East 12th Street south into Washington Square East–along the outside of Washington Square Park, into... Read More