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Scenic Views

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

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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

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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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

Sports

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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Victorian Garden

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Central Park's Victorian Gardens is an amusement park with a wide assortment of rides, games, food, and fun for the whole family. It occupies the Wollman Rink every summer from June to September. more

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Wagner Cove is a desirable Central Park wedding location, suitable for parties of up to 20 people. An ideal spot for a date, a relaxed lunch, or quiet contemplation. more

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Reservoir

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Officially named the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir in 1994, the Reservoir is located between 86th and 96th and covers one eight of the park's surface. more

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In the center of Central Park lies the Great Lawn, a green pasture of 55-acres that is considered one of the most famous lawns in the world. Located mid-park from 79th to 85th Streets, the Great Lawn is a wonderful place to relax and have a picnic. more

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These are some of the top spots for photographers to capture the colors of fall in Central Park. It's a list of some of the most popular places to view the changing of the leaves. more

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Standing at a height of 141.8 feet, Summit Rock is the highest natural elevation in the Park, while Vista Point remains the only higher elevation in the area. more

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Waterfall in the Loch

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There are at least five waterfalls in Central Park and all are completely man-made. Most are located in the Ravine, the stream valley section of the North Woods. more

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Olmsted and Vaux placed a Wisteria Pergola overlooking the area which used to be the concert grounds and The Mall. more

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Situated below street level, visitors can temporarily ignore the noises of the urban world and take a calming stroll along the winding pathways bordering the water. more

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Rowing on the lake

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At twenty-two acres the Lake is Central Park's largest body of water besides the Reservoir and offers a wide variety of activities and views to park visitors. more

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The beautiful, schist bridge found at 62nd street in Central Park, offering one of the best views of the New York City skyline, is known as the Gapstow Bridge. more

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Named after the Dutch word for "small sea", the Meer is a large body of water located north of Conservatory Garden and east of the North Woods. more

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Located at 5th Avenue and 105th street and open daily from 8am until dusk, Conservatory Garden is the only formal garden found in Central Park. more

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The Ladies Pavilion's antique-style construction, location, and beauty have made it one of the most sought-after locations for special events, especially weddings ceremonies and photo shoots. more

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Crafted of cast iron, the Bow Bridge was designed with Classical Greek refinement during the mid 19th century by Calvert Vaux and Jacob Wrey Mould. more

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