Park Info

With nearly 7 acres of greenery, trails and outdoor space, there’s plenty to see and do at Madison Square Park. Dive into the map using the links below.

Map of the Park (PDF)

Location

Between Fifth & Madison Avenues, 23rd & 26th Streets

Hours

Daily, 6am–12am


Park Features & Info

Lush lawns, a bubbling fountain, even a place to get a fresh burger and an ice cold milkshake, it’s all here.

By Subway

Take the N, R or 6 to 23rd street

By Bus

Take routes 1, 2, 3, 5 or 23

Accessibility

Madison Square Park is fully accessible to patrons of all abilities, including but not limited to individuals with physical, visual and auditory disabilities, owners of special care animals, and wheelchair users. 

Police Officer Moira Ann Smith Playground

The playground was dedicated in 2012 in commemoration of NYPD Officer Moira Ann Smith, one of the many emergency responders who answered the call of duty and selflessly gave their lives to save others on September 11, 2001. HOURS

7 a.m. to 11 p.m. (The playground is Level 3 accessible and equipped with universally accessible swings.) 

Rules & Policies

Please respect our Park and follow our rules and policies.

Questions?

Contact us here.

 

 

 

Learn more about how we take care of our lawns, and our open green program here.

Gardens & Blooming Now

There are 2 special gardens in the Park, Bridget’s Garden and the Lilac Grove, but also five dazzling species in bloom around the entire Park.

About Mad. Sq. Hort

 

Park Features & Info

Lush lawns, a bubbling fountain, even a place to get a fresh burger and an ice cold milkshake, it’s all here.

By Subway

Take the N, R or 6 to 23rd street

By Bus

Take routes 1, 2, 3, 5 or 23

Accessibility

Madison Square Park is fully accessible to patrons of all abilities, including but not limited to individuals with physical, visual and auditory disabilities, owners of special care animals, and wheelchair users. 

Police Officer Moira Ann Smith Playground

The playground was dedicated in 2012 in commemoration of NYPD Officer Moira Ann Smith, one of the many emergency responders who answered the call of duty and selflessly gave their lives to save others on September 11, 2001. HOURS

7 a.m. to 11 p.m. (The playground is Level 3 accessible and equipped with universally accessible swings.) 

Rules & Policies

Please respect our Park and follow our rules and policies.

Questions?

Contact us here.

 

 

 

Park History

Statues & Monuments

William H. Seward Monument

Admiral David Farragut Monument

Chester Alan Arthur Monument


Surrounding Architecture

The Flatiron Building

The New York Life Building

The Appellate Division Courthouse


Water Features

Northern Reflecting Pool

Southern Fountain