The Cultural Landscape Foundation -- TCLF -- has released the second in its series of online guides produced in collaboration with the National Park Service. The What's Out There Cultural Landscapes Guide to New York City includes profiles of 78 landscapes, from Paley Park -- my favorite outdoor place in NYC -- to Floyd Bennett Field, to the more familiar Central Park, Ellis Island, Rockefeller Center.
Each entry has several photos, a description of the site (including who designed it), and profiles of the city's major landscape architects and designers, past and present.
You will not want to miss this fabulous guide ... probably the only one you'll need when you visit the city ... and hey ... you can access the site on your mobile devices.
Find the guide to NYC here.