We're excited to welcome you, and share the warmth of our neighborhood!
Where is Inwood?
Our charming neighborhood is located on the northernmost tip of Manhattan. Inwood is set against the backdrop of lush green spaces and breathtaking views.
How to get here by public transportation?
You might be surprised at how close we are! Just a short 30-minute subway ride from midtown, you can easily reach us. Take either the 1 or the A train to Dyckman Street, and you'll arrive at the "Dyckman Street" station. We're eagerly awaiting your visit!
How to get here by car?
Inwood is easily accessible through the Dyckman exit on the Henry Hudson Parkway or by entering East from the Harlem River Drive. While street parking is available, it is not always easy to find an empty spot. If driving, have a back-up plan and budget for paid garage parking. One-hour metered parking will allow you to pay .25 for 15 minutes in most streets. Estimate garage spend can range from $15-$25
How to explore Inwood?
The recommended way to experience Inwood is by foot. Many local sites are within walking distance – parks, museums, art galleries, restaurants – so put your comfortable shoes on and enjoy the walk!
How to explore Inwood?
If you have read this far, it means you are interested in seeing our neighborhood, is truly heartwarming! Let's dive into some suggestions for how to make the most of your day here:
Visit Dyckman Farmhouse Museum the only remaining farmhouse in Manhattan.
Travel back to medieval times by visiting The Met Cloisters
Enjoy the French-inspired menu and beautiful decor at Bocaditos Bistro
Make sure next outing with friends is for outdoor brunch at MamaJuana Cafe
Go on a shopping spree on Dyckman or 207th street
Spend an afternoon by the water at Swindler Cove and the Riley-Levin Children’s Garden, inside the Sherman Creek Park
Map of attractions in Inwood
Don't be shy and come visit us!
In many ways, Inwood feels more like a town rather than a neighborhood. You'll be pleasantly surprised by all the magical places our community has to offer. From the last natural forest in Manhattan to the city's oldest farmhouse, there's so much to explore. And if you're a food enthusiast, you're in for a treat with the variety of dining options available. All these incredible aspects come together to create the perfect day in the city. We can't wait to show you around and share the charm of our neighborhood!