Four Freedoms Park

Overview

Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park is the first memorial dedicated to the former President in his home state of New York.

Located on the southern tip of Roosevelt Island in New York City, it is the last work of the late Louis I. Kahn, an iconic architect of the 20th century.

The Park celebrates the Four Freedoms, as pronounced in President Roosevelt’s famous January 6, 1941 State of the Union speech.

It’s a four-acre park like no other: an urban oasis with world-class design and unparalleled skyline views.

Amenities at
Four Freedoms Park

Coat Check
Handicap Accessible
Natural Light
Outdoor Space
Stunning Views
Wedding Venue

Styles at
Four Freedoms Park

Cultural Institution
Museum
Park
Iconic
Modern
Raw Space

Event Spaces at
Four Freedoms Park

Four Freedoms Park

Standing: 1800 max., Seated: 450 max.

It’s a four-acre park like no other: an urban oasis with world-class design and unparalleled skyline views, perfect for outdoor events under the stars.

Four Freedom's Park is a unique venue for private events, film and photo shoot, as well as social events such as weddings and anniversaries.

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Four Freedoms Park