1. Jake Abramowicz

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    We had 4 hours to kill with my son (3 years old) while visiting NYC and spent 2 and a half of it at the Chelsea Piers. Although the only reason this review is not 5/5 is the size of the room is rather small, it’s actually quite thorough in engagement and fun for kids of all ages. We were there with four other parents whose kids were younger and everyone had a great time. The space is very clean, spotless actually, and easy to get to. Highly recommended for locals or visitors.

  2. Becky Curran

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    This is such a great area to explore for any outdoor activity you can think of. From boating, skating, soccer, golfing, and more, there’s something for everyone. Enjoy the view of the river while participating in your favorite activity.

  3. Barbie Bibiana

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    love to come watch sunrise and sunsets

  4. CorreyHope Kustin

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    The decor is outstanding and everything was clean and very well kept.It’s huge and every building has an activity and great views of the Hudson. I needed roller blades to travel to each pier which does dock magnificent boats and yachts. One pier houses golf and there are pros to give lessons. The balls pop up so you don’t need to put the ball on the pin. Great lighting, lots of clubs, lockers too.Another houses the 300 Bowling which has a giant bar, new clean shoes and terrific bowling lanes. It has big screen TVs over all the allys, you can view YouTubes of the music. Very nice.Next I saw the gymnastic building where you can climb the wall, play Joust or swing into a pit.There was more but after playing and eating-my time ran out.I’ll be back to discover more treasure on the Hudson.

  5. Wissam Hamou

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    I usually go to the driving range there, and it is usually crowded and the waiting time could be very long…so come late sunday night and you will be alone !