New Yorkers can now stay online at the High Line.
Starting Tuesday, a popular portion of the elevated Manhattan park will have AT&T Wi-Fi service.
No matter their cell phone carrier, High Line visitors will be able to connect between 14th and 16th Streets.
"We want everyone who comes to the High Line to have an experience that is meaningful," Joshua David, co-founder and president of Friends of the High Line said in a statement.
"By adding this new Wi-Fi service to our wide range of programs and amenities, we have one more way of ensuring that our visitors get a fresh perspective on New York City when they come to the High Line," David said.
Here are other outdoor spaces with free Wi-Fi from AT&T:
Manhattan: Battery Park, multiple locations within Central Park, Foley Square, Holcombe Rucker Park, Marcus Garvey Park, Thomas Jefferson Park, Tompkins Square Park
Brooklyn: Brooklyn Bridge Park (Piers 1, 5 and 6), Fort Greene Park, Herbert Von King Park, McCarren Park Field House, Prospect Park Picnic House
Queens: Astoria Park, Queens Zoo, MacDonald Park
Staten Island: Clove Lakes Park, FDR Boardwalk
Bronx: Devoe Park, Hunts Point Riverside Park, Joyce Kilmer Park
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