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Tappen Park
This park is named after World War I (1914-1918) veteran James Tappen. James J. Tappen (1891-1918) served in Company D ...

Terrace Playground
The City of New York acquired this property in 1951. That same year the Board of Estimate assigned the land to be jointly ope...

The Battle of the Bulge Monument
"This is undoubtedly the greatest battle of the War and will, I believe, be regardedas an ever famous American Victory.&q...

The Beach at Wolfe’s Pond Park
This beach was formed nearly 20,000 years ago during the final stages of the last ice age. As the Wisconsin ice sheet advance...

The Hiker
The Hiker statue honors those local soldiers who served in the Spanish-American War (1898–1902). Depicting a foot soldi...

Toad Hall Playground
“Rounding a bend in the river, they came in sight of a handsome, dignified old house of mellowed red brick, with well-ke...

Tottenville Pool
For outdoor pool details, including hours and rules, please visit our Free Outdoor Pools page. Completed in 1971, the t...

Tottenville Shore Park
The town of Tottenville is located on Staten Island, at the southernmost point of New York City. Tottenville was named for th...

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