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A small cozy place to chill during your visit to the UN!

A small park across from the United Nations Building. There is a small market in the Tudor City... read more

Reviewed 22 July 2017
Tony C
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Vero Beach, Florida
on way to Grand Central Station

We were visiting Grand Central Station and came across this very small public park. It was named... read more

Reviewed 24 June 2017
rayrest
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20 Mar 2018
“Something to add to your visit to the UN”
11 Feb 2018
“Inspirational Park ”
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1 Ave., E. 42 St. to E. 43 St., New York City, NY
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Reviewed 20 March 2018

Located across the UN, Ralph Bunche park is a nice place to stop before or after your visit to the UN. There is an excellent view of the headquarters for photos. Peace-Form-One serves as a monument to the first Black Nobel Peace Prize recipient. The...More

Thank Wenhan S
Reviewed 11 February 2018 via mobile

I love this small park of Ralph Bunche, located on the corner of 42 street across the street from the United Nations. New York City.

Thank Nasir A
Reviewed 22 July 2017

A small park across from the United Nations Building. There is a small market in the Tudor City area where you can get a salad and eat it there or at the park next door in Tudor City. Just another small area to catch your...More

Thank Tony C
Reviewed 24 June 2017 via mobile

We were visiting Grand Central Station and came across this very small public park. It was named for Ralph Bunche, who was the first African-American to win the Nobel Peace Prize. It was built in 1948 at the same time as the U.N. headquarters.

Thank rayrest
Reviewed 3 February 2017 via mobile

A petit park at the UN/East end of the 43rd street. I came across it by chance, as I was going to the UN buildings from the Grand Central, via the 43rd street. I arrived there to behold groups of people that had crossed over...More

Thank Jydeoo
Reviewed 14 August 2016 via mobile

It seems like there are some renovations going on at the park and it is really not the time to go see it.

Thank Terry D
Reviewed 12 April 2013

Your 42nd Street tour starts here and heads west. UN> Bunche Park> Ford Foundation Lobby> Daily News Building> Chrysler Bldg> Grand Central> NYPL> Bryant Park> ICP> Times Square> Intrepid> New Jersey (after a swim).

Thank Kwnphoto
Reviewed 4 October 2012

Ok, so it is more of a great spot to take pictures of the United Nations and Chrysler Building than it is a park but it is worth five minutes to capture these great shots. Equally cool is The Isiah Wall and stairs that lead...More

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