Hallett Nature Sanctuary

Hallett Nature Sanctuary

Hallett Nature Sanctuary, by Mario Burger

Location: East Side from 60th-62nd Streets, just south of Wollman Rink
Hours: Open daily, 10:00 am until 30 minutes before sunset. No dogs, bicycles or strollers permitted.
Contact: (212) 794-4064 (Tues - Sun 10:00 am - 5:00 pm) 

Please Note: You can explore the Hallett with Conservancy guides on a tour. The Hallett may occasionally close temporarily for inclement conditions or special events. 

Hallett Nature Sanctuary is a four-acre nature preserve that is located just northwest of the Pond at 5th Avenue and Central Park South.

Restored in the 1980's, Hallett Nature Sanctuary was first declared a bird sanctuary in 1934, and has remained so ever since. There are many different animal species in addition to the Santuary’s bird population, including raccoons, rabbits, and woodchucks.

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