Rutherford Pl. To N D Perlman Pl., E 15 St. To E 17 St.
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In 1836 Peter Gerard Stuyvesant (1778-1847) and his wife Helen Rutherford reserved four acres of the family farm and sold it for five dollars to the City of New York as a public park. This remarkable gift may have been the most ambitious gesture of Peter Gerard Stuyvesant, the co-founder of the New York Historical Society and one of the richest men in America at his time. A public park in a rapidly expanding city was a priceless amenity. The creation of Stuyvesant Square was the catalyst to the development of an exceptional district within which Stuyvesant’s spirit still thrives.
This It’s My Park season, volunteer with Stuyvesant Park Neighborhood Association to plant bulbs, paint, and help...
Directions to Stuyvesant Square
- THE NEW TULIP FOR THE NEW WORLD
- DUTCH PLANT FRESHLY CULTIVATED "MANHATTAN" TULIP
- RUN, SIR WILLIAM, RUN!