Washington Heights and Inwood are known for their parks, specifically Fort Tryon Park and Inwood Hill Park.
The Cloisters, in Fort Tryon Park is part of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The Cloisters unique medieval design and features mediaeval works of art. Inwood Hill Park on the other hand is perfect for those looking for rural Manhattan. Inwood Hill Park features Manhattans last natural forest area.
The Uptown area has many educational institutions including Yeshiva University, a private Jewish university and the Columbia University medial campus plus, the neighborhood is just around the corner from City College.
Rooms for rent are abundant in Uptown and offer some of the most reasonably priced accommodations in Manhattan.
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West 179th & Audubon Avenue
Wadsworth Avenue & 178th Street
Riverside Drive & 156th Street
Edgecombe Avenue and 145th Street
Hamilton Place and W 142nd Street
West 148th Street and Broadway
Edgecombe Avenue & West 162nd Street
Wadsworth Avenue and Nicholas Avenue
Riverside Drive & 152nd Street
Haven Avenue & 177th Street