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For more than 150 years, visitors have flocked to Central Park's 843 green acres in the heart of Manhattan. Since 1980, the Park has been managed by the Central Park Conservancy, in partnership with the public. Central Park is open 6 am to 1 am...more
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if you are in New York, you have to visit central park. The most iconic park in the world. There a a wide range of activities you can do in central park. We went to the playground and had a lot of fun climbing the...More
Start at Columbus Circle and walk to 72nd Street to see John Lennon's Strawberry Fields and the Imagine mosaic. The zoo, fountains, and boating "lake" are well worth seeing. After the crowds on city streets the park provides a relaxing environment and you can walk...More
Central Park is an iconic NYC tourist spot and it's free! Get your walking boots on and take a stroll and somehow forget you're in the middle of this wonderful city!
Plenty of picture perfect spots and quite places to read, relax or reflect or...More
Whether walking or rollerblading the lanes during spring, summer, or autumn, or horse drawn sleigh in winter, Central Park is an escape from the city and its rapod pace. Sit by the lake, sun in shepards field. Sit on a bench and catch a jazz...More
Volunteers manage the visitor kiosks and will provide maps and advice. The acreage is massive so choose an area to visit and don't plan on seeing entire park. If you want a horse drawn carriage, plan to reserve well in advance.
We were standing outside the Dakota, thinking dark thoughts on a beautiful day when we crossed the street into the park. We were immediately accosted by a fast talking Russian immigrant and my dear wife was to polite to turn away. Now, we live in...More