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Top 12 Wedding Spots in Central Park

Browse top locations to have your Central Park wedding. See location details and a map. more

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Have your very own New York fairy tale wedding in Central Park! These 12 locations are full of romance and charm and provide the perfect setting for you to walk down the aisle. more

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Answers to the most commonly asked questions about having a wedding and getting married in Central Park, including locations, wedding planning, ceremony packages, receptions, permits, weather, and more. more

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Thinking about getting married in Central Park? Find information on Central Park wedding locations, ceremony packages, receptions, wedding FAQs, permits, and more. 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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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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Turtle Pond

"Turtle Pond" by Deniz22

Turtle Pond is named in honor of the large number of turtles that reside there along with numerous species of birds, fish, frogs, and dragonflies. 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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"Shakespeare Garden" by eilypily

One of the many hidden gems of Central Park, the Shakespeare Garden is a lovely spot to stop and smell the roses. Due to its serene and romantic atmosphere, the Garden is also a popular spot for weddings. 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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Though the Hill itself was named for the beautiful cherry blossom trees that bloom there during the springtime, the area is most noted for its 14-foot fountain. 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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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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Cop Cot is one of the older structures in Central Park; it is a reproduction of one of the original wooden shelters that were common in the park in the late 1860s and is the largest remaining wooden shelter in the park. 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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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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