My parents, Ann and Bill Panulla, newly married and on a walk in the park, 1937.
Fort Tryon Park is playing a vital role during this pandemic. Throughout its 85 years, the park has served as a place for solace, comfort, unity, and creativity. What has it meant to you? Share your photos and memories made in Fort Tryon Park by emailing [email protected]. Thank you to everyone who has already shared with us to help tell the story of Fort Tryon Park in honor of its 85th Anniversary Year in 2020!
To celebrate the park’s opening on October 12, 1935, the Fort Tryon Park Trust will offer history and special programs (tours, lectures, and more), a celebratory event in the fall, and information about how the impact of the Trust and the involvement of the park’s surrounding community continues to keep the 67-acre park maintained and thriving. Sign up for our e-newsletter for the most recent news! For updates, view our Calendar of Events, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @forttryonparktrust.