Audubon Park Historic District
This way to return to your walk . . .
Revolutionary War Marker in the Wall of the Western section exterior
Broadway at 153rd Street
Upon this site and across these heights stood the main line of defenses thrown up by Washington's army, September 1776. It was held until Fort Washington fell in November when part of the fighting occurred at this point.
Erected by the Sons of the Revolution in the State of New York, 1901
Revolutionary War Marker on "the Mound"
in the Eastern Section
This marks the middle redoubt built by The American Army, 1776
At this point on November 16, 1776 under General George Washington occurred some of the fiercest fighting of the Battle of Washington Heights
Erected by the Washington Heights Chapter, NSDAR, May 9, 1920
Funded by the Audubon Park Alliance