New York City’s Cobblestones

Once upon a time, nearly all of New York City’s streets were made of cobblestones and stone pavers. Concrete, asphalt and tarmac are now the dominate road surfaces, but there are still a few streets that contain cobblestones, particularly, Downtown, SoHo, the West Village, Dumbo and Redhook. Whether you are looking to avoid them or experience a New York style Paris-Roubaix, the map below will help you find the remaining cobblestones (shown in brown on the map).