Starting this weekend, on March 14th, Daylight Savings is going to give us a few extra hours of much needed sunlight. We would hate for those to go unused so we collected a list of some of your favorite artists outdoor locations so you can get out and shake off some of those winter blues!
John V. Lindsay East River Park, Manhattan, NY
While not having the notoriety of Central Park or Washington Square Park, East River Park is no slouch. Located in Manhattan stretching from Montgomery Street to 12th street, East River Park is a welcome space for the always-busy Manhattan.
Recommended by Prelow
Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden, Dallas TX
Texas isn’t often known for its flowers, but the Dallas Arboretum is! Spanning 66 acres, the Dallas Arboretum is a uniquely lush space in one of America’s largest metropolitan areas.
Recommended by Troy Cartwright
Hampstead Heath, London, UK.
serving as the subject of a Karl Marx poem *and* a song by The Kinks, Hampstead Heath is one of London’s most beautiful ancient parks.
Recommended by ghostpoet
Confluence Park, Madison, WI
Full of paved walking paths, river overlooks, and green fields, Confluence Park is a great spot for Denver locals to catch some fresh air.
Recommended by Paper Bird
James Madison Park
Twelve acres of waterfront park? Yep. Count us in. Located on Lake Mendota in Madison, WI, James Madison Park would be a great spot to spend some of those extra hours of sunlight.
Recommended by Anna Vogelzang
Border-to-Border Trail, Ann Arbor, MI
The Border-to-Border Trail is a great spot if you’re reaaaalllly looking to stretch those winter legs. Stretching almost 11 miles, this is trail is a bikers or hikers dream!
Recommended by EH Sherman
La Jolla, San Diego, CA
Known as San Diego’s “jewel by the sea,” La Jolla is one of the top beach destinations in the world, attracting locals and travelers alike.
Recommended by The Broken Stems
Be sure to put these new hours of sunlight to use by checking out some of these locations!