Halloween fun for children of all ages will return to Hudson River Park’s Pier 26 in Tribeca at the Halloween Kidz Karnival on Sunday, October 29th at 12pm. Children can be part of their favorite spooky story told by the Story Pirates, personalize their own pumpkin with the Friends of Hudson River Park Playground Committee or transform into their favorite character with face painting! There are rides for the more adventurous Halloween-lovers, too.
Whether they are taking on the role of their favorite superhero for the day or are experiencing their first Halloween, Hudson River Park’s Pier 26 is the perfect location for a day of adventure and sweet treats galore! Most attractions are FREE, but select attractions cost $2.
Hudson River Park, which extends from Chambers Street to 59th Street along Manhattan’s west side, is the longest waterfront park in the United States. This free, urban recreational oasis is home to award-winning skate parks, playgrounds, sports fields, gardens and nature exhibits, boating and maritime activities, art installations, and myriad year-round events that celebrate the diverse cultures and neighborhoods along its shores. The Park plays a critical role in protecting the Hudson River ecosystem, and though it receives no public operating funds from state and local government, its development has transformed four miles of decaying piers and parking lots into a premier New York City destination for local residents and visitors alike. The non-profit, Friends of Hudson River Park helps to ensure the Park’s ongoing sustainability by serving as its primary source of fundraising, advocacy and support, working in concert with the Hudson River Park Trust, the city-state entity that oversees its design, construction, operation and maintenance. For more information, please visit www.hudsonriverpark.org. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram: @HudsonRiverPark, and LIKE us on Facebook at: www.facebook.com/HudsonRiverPark. Download the Hudson River Park Summer of Fun Mobile Events App, on iOS and Android for event info on the go.