Fort Tryon Park sits high above the Hudson River on land once home to several Gilded Age estates. The most
"Don't give up!" reads a sign on one of the staircases. "IT'S TRY-ON not TY-RON" reads another of the witty signs NYC Parks has snuck into Fort Tryon Park.
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Once a year, Fort Tryon Cottage, a remnant of a Gilded Age estate open to the public for Open House New York weekend. During the year, it's an HQ for NYC Parks.
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When C.K.G. Billings constructed a $250,000 driveway for his mansion, Fort Tryon Hall, perched 250 feet above the Hudson River, he got some help from a cow.