Autumn, also known as Fall to many Americans, is one of the best times to be in New York City!
We all know the seasons, so let’s learn a new word,
Fall Foliage to be specific!
The noun “foliage” (pronounced: Fole-EE-edge) means – plant leaves collectively.
So when you imagine “fall foliage”, you may imagine the photo below:
Luckily for us, this beautiful scene is right here in New York City!
Whether you’re a plant lover, or not, checking out the fall foliage around NYC can be a fun free activity for the whole family. (or a romantic retreat!)
Take a look at these 5 fall foliage spots to check out in New York City!
- Fort Tyron Park in Washington Heights!
2. Prospect Park in Brooklyn
3. Central Park, Manhattan
4. Alley Pond Park, Queens
5. Greenbelt Nature Center, Staten Island
My favorites are Central Park and Alley Pond Park!
If you have been to one the parks above, let us know in the comments!