6:00 am - 11:00 pm
155 Cedar Street
New York, NY 10006
In 2022, four native bee homes were installed in Liberty Park in partnership with The Bee Conservancy. Crafted by Brooklyn Woods, the wooden homes will contain up to 105 native bees per house for leaf cutter, small carpenter, and mason bees. These native New York City bees help pollinate the flowering plants in this urban park and nearby green spaces.
This sculpture, created by Fritz Koenig, originally stood at the center of Austin J. Tobin Plaza between the Twin Towers. Recovered from Ground Zero after 9/11, it was temporarily relocated to Battery Park before returning to the World Trade Center in 2017.
Douwe Blumberg's "America's Response Monument" represents the American Green Berets who rode horseback into combat in Afghanistan and honors all U.S. Army Special Forces, Special Operations Forces, Central Intelligence Agency, and other inter-agency teams called to serve following 9/11.
This tree is a sapling from the original chestnut tree that grew outside the Secret Annex where Anne Frank and her family hid from 1942 to 1944 during the Nazi occupation of Amsterdam. The Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect planted the white horse chestnut tree in Liberty Park in 2016.
This weather station was installed in 2022 to gather weather data in real-time using reference-grade sensors. It collects data with a hyperlocal approach in measuring precipitation, temperature, wind speed and direction, humidity, dew point, solar radiation, cloud height, ground temperature and moisture, snow depth and water level.