Battery Park is located in the southernmost tip of Manhattan Island, the site of the original Hudson River. During the Anglo-American War of 1812, a Clinton Castle was built in the river, and later the waters around the castle were filled into land and turned into a fort park. Clinton Castle is the Ticket Office for the Goddess of Liberty on an Island Boat.
The base of Battery Park is Clinton Castle. It was built in 1812. It was built in the middle of Hudson River. After reclamation, it became one with Manhattan Island. The reclamation part became Battery Park. The southernmost part of Battery Park is to go to the Statue of Liberty Wharf. Inside the castle is now the ticket office of the Goddess of Liberty cruise ship and online booking and ticket exchange, and there is an exhibition to introduce the history of the castle.
Battery Park is formed by reclamation of rivers and fields around Clinton Castle. It is rare to have this green forest in the south section of Manhattan, where steel and cement buildings stand. In Clinton Castle, the Statue of Liberty visited the ticket office on the island. The park also has a white marble naval martyr monument.
Located in the Pier Park at the southern end of Manhattan, the park has sparse flowers and trees, beautiful scenery, and is close to the Freedom Island of the Statue of Liberty. Generally, you have to visit the Statue of Liberty. From this pier, you board the island by boat.
Battery Park, located at the southernmost tip of Manhattan, is named after Battery Park, built in the 19th century at the southern tip of Manhattan Island in the 17th century. It became a green space in the Stony Woods at the southern end of Lower Manhattan, near Wall Street, in front of South Ferry Battery Park, the south pier connecting Manhattan Island and Stanton Island, and looks out for 7-11 years. Hugh's Statue of Liberty and the busy New York Harbor are all in line to board a ferry to Liberty Island.
Battery Park is located in the southernmost part of Manhattan Island. It is a circular battlefield built on land at one end of land reclaimed from sea. There are immigrant statues beside the Battery Park, which show the infinite hope of immigrants when they see the New World. It's also the starting point for a boat trip to see the Goddess of Liberty and the Hudson River.