Check Out the Oldest and Tallest Tree in New York, the Alley Pond Giant by Joshua Mu on Jul. 25, 2016 at 11:14 AM at 11:14 AM on July 25, 2016 In the quiet Alley Pond Park, the oldest living thing in New York City resides. The Alley Pond Giant, a 350-450 year old tulip tree about the size of the Statue of Liberty. via This Hidden City nature trees The Alley Pond Giant Alley Pond Park, 67th Avenue, Queens, NY 11364 Something wrong with this post? Let us know! Share This Post Brought To You By… If You Liked This, You May Enjoy… Lost Man Creek: a Miniature Forest in Brooklyn With 4,000 Dawn Redwood Trees Peek Inside The Newly Opened Secret Section Of Central Park Closed Off Since The 1930s Enjoy The Rich Color of Central Park in Peak Autumn Through These Incredible Photos Exploring Wave Hill, a Picturesque Public Garden and Cultural Center in The Bronx Subscribe to Viewing NYC by Email Email Address If you are a human, ignore this field Daily Weekly Both We hate spam too, so we absolutely won't give your email address to anybody else. Expect emails containing the site's most popular articles only as frequently as you like.