You can go ziplining and rock climbing at Governors Island next week

In case you haven’t read up on all the incredible things to do at Governors Island this summer, well, what are you waiting for?! We’ll let it slide since this news is all the encouragement you need in order to take a trip to the car-free oasis next weekend. 

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Just in time for Memorial Day, Adventures at Governors Island—NYC’s new premier destination for recreational entertainment—opens for the season on Saturday, May 27. This is the first time folks can enjoy thrilling attractions such as a Flywire Zip Line, a 3D Climbing Challenge and the Amazen’ Maze. 

The island already has an impressive playground (including slides for adults), but the landmark’s newest attraction, located within the island’s Western Development Zone near Liggett Terrace, will make summers in NYC extra fun. Just imagine those killer views of the Statue of Liberty while soaring through the island breeze?

For more details, including how much each adventure costs, the Trust for Governors Island provided the below. 

Flywire Zip Line: Channel your inner superhero and soar to freedom on the most anticipated zip line in New York City. The Flywire Zip Line allows two people to zip down our 300-feet-long cable side by side and hit up to 21 mph. The aerial attraction has a 35-foot peak at its starting point, which is high enough to deliver a sensational ride for the experienced thrill seeker but also able to accommodate beginner adventure seekers. Perhaps best of all, the ride experience will offer sensational views of the Statue of Liberty and downtown Manhattan.  Please note you must be at least 40-inches tall and 45 lbs to ride and must be less than 250 lbs. Safety harnesses must be worn. $12 or two tries for $20.

Amazen’ Maze: The kid in all of us is brought to life in this exciting adventure that is pure family fun. A giant maze nearly 3,600 square feet will challenge your sense of direction and problem solving skills. Families can compete…

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