I used to go to this park almost every day, when I worked in the area. I no longer work anywhere near there, & I TRULY miss this park. Unlike Battery Park (located next to it), which is kind of noisy & filled with people trying to sell you sunglasses&handbags, Robert Wagner Park is usually pretty quiet. When you first enter the park, you'll see the well-maintained, beautiful flowers planted near several benches. It's a nice place to relax if you want to be in the sun (only one bench provides shade)& smell the fragrant flowers. As you walk further into the park, you will have a perfect view of the water & the Statue of Liberty. There's also a bathroom conveniently located right inside the park. Throughout the park, there are many places to sit and relax. There are a lot of trees, flowers, benches & grass. The park is pretty big. I explored it quite a few times (on the days that I preferred to take a brisk, scenic walk rather than relax on the grass). There are so many "favorite spots" I found, with nice views. It's definitely a great park to explore. I would highly recommend it for relaxation, reading, studying, walking, jogging, roller blading, or bike riding. The air smells clean and fresh which is rare in NYC. One thing I should mention for all those dog lovers out there- At the entrance which is closest to Battery Park, there's a sign that says "No dogs allowed". However, when you walk further into the park,(which can be accessed by a separate entrance), you'll see a lot of people walking their dogs. GREAT PARK!!!