The mission of the National Parks of New York Harbor is to enhance the identity, visibility and public support of our sites, to collaborate with others in the New York-New Jersey metropolitan area in the care and appropriate use of all historic, recreational and natural resources, and to promote the National Park Service.
The National Parks of New York Harbor (NPNH) consists of 22 sites within the 10 national parks on and around New York Harbor that seek to think, plan and operate collaboratively in order to more effectively carry out the respective missions of each individual park unit. Rather than overriding the entities that comprise it, NPNH recognizes the greater value of strategic cooperation in maximizing resources and providing visitors with a richer, more comprehensive understanding of the unique New York experience.
The National Parks of New York Harbor is an organizational network, not an operational organization. Park superintendents are responsible for management of their respective units as well as active participation in the larger initiative.
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Federal Hall National Memorial stands on the site of George Washington's inauguration. Located on Wall Street, across from the New York Stock Exchange, Federal Hall is one of 23 unique destinations included within the National Parks of New York Harbor. More...