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Join in on Accomplice's adventure theater in Central Park, created just for kids! Both you and your child will experience a world of fanciful characters who use puzzles, games and crafts in this one-of-a-kind immersive fairy tale. more

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Experience the best of Central Park! Visit attractions such as Strawberry Fields, Belvedere Castle, Wollman Rink, and Gapstow Bridge. Learn about the history and architecture of the park, and see where many famous movie & tv scenes were shot... more

Walking Tours

The Met Breuer, located on Madison Avenue and 75th Street, was designed by Marcel Breuer as an additional space for the public to explore The Metropolitan Museum of Art's modern and contemporary art program. more

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Holiday lighting

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Experience the magic of Central Park and New York City during the holiday season! Only from November 15 to Jan 5th. more

Walking Tours

Take a walk on the path less traveled in Central Park, and discover some of its unique hidden gems on this exciting walking tour! more

Walking Tours

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Bring your camera and learn how to capture the essence of Central Park's most beautiful backdrops on this photo walking tour! more

Photo Tours

Marionette Theater

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Jack and the Beanstalk, Cinderella, Hansel and Gretel, and Gulliver's Travel's are often performed here. more

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The Chess & Checkers House is an ideal location to play in Central Park, and offers players the option to borrow chess and checkers pieces, as well as dominoes and backgammon. more

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Many attractions in Central Park were created especially with kids in mind. Read about activities that are perfectly suited for families with young children. more

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There are 21 playgrounds located throughout Central Park, each with its own unique theme, design, and type of play structures and equipment. Browse the list and find a space for kids of all ages and abilities! more

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The Charles A. Dana Discovery Center was opened in 1993 as one of the park's main visitor centers. It holds a multitude of educational workshops throughout the year and a Catch & Release fishing program for youths. more

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Fishing is allowed in several of Central Park's water bodies including the Lake and the Harlem Meer. All fishing is on a "catch and release" basis only, meaning that all fish caught must be put back into the water immediately. more

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Chess and checkers in Central Park is one of New York’s most well-known traditions. In addition to being speckled with tables ideal for a game, Central Park hosts some facilities specifically designed to encourage the playing of chess and checkers. more

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Named for the Italian meaning "beautiful view," Belvedere Castle offers park goers panoramic views that include some of Central Park's most beautiful landmarks. more

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Wollman Rink is open daily from late October through early April (weather permitting). Ice skating at the rink is one of the most popular things to do amongst New Yorkers and tourists alike. You can glide across the ice under a star-covered sky... more

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Enjoy ice skating in Central Park with the city skyline in the background! Find information about ice skating, rink hours, locations, pricing and more. more

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Central Park is a great place to explore on a bicycle, offering breathtaking views from flat, hilly and scenic terrain. Bike rentals start at $15 and include a helmet, basket, lock and map. more

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Conservatory Water

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Inspired by the model boat ponds of late 19th century Paris, Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux created a place where children and adults alike could experience the pleasure of boating. more

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Let the kids be kids and have a special day in Central Park with a picnic and games party they'll be sure to remember! more

Private Events

Swedish Cottage

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The Swedish Cottage was placed in Central Park in 1877 at the suggestion of Frederick Law Olmsted and served a variety of purposes, perhaps most importantly being used as the headquarters for the Civil Defense during World War II. more

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