About Public Art Fund

City Hall Park

Opening Hours: Daily, 6-12am
Address: 43 Park Row, New York, NY 10038
What’s on View: Cannupa Hanska Luger: Attrition

Getting There

Entrances: Enter the southern half of the City Hall Park to view the Public Art Fund exhibitions. Accessible entrances are on the West side on the Broadway and Park Place, on the Southwest side on Broadway and Park Row, and two on the Southeast side on Park Row.
Subway: A, C, E to Chambers Street; 4, 5, 6, J to Brooklyn Bridge-City Hall; R to City Hall; 2, 3 to Park Place
Parking: Private paid parking lots are nearby.

Site Features

Free Wi-Fi? Yes, on the south side of the park
Touch allowed? No
“Picnic friendly”? Yes
Restrooms? The nearest public restrooms are Inside City Hall, open Mon–Fri, 9am–5pm, and New Amsterdam Library on 9 Murray Street, Mon–Thurs, 10am–7pm, Fri–Sat, 10am–5pm
Wheelchair Accessible? Yes
Service Animals? Yes. Need to be leashed.
Pets? Yes. Need to be leashed.

Additional Notes

Access to Artwork: The exhibition can be experienced during all opening hours, and consists of multiple artworks scattered throughout the southern portion of City Hall Park surrounding the Jacob Wrey Mould Fountain.

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