Bryant Park, New York City

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Bryant Park, New York City - Address, Phone Number

Address: 6th Ave., between W. 40th and W. 42nd Streets, New York City, NY 10017

Phone: +1-2127684242

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 07:00 am - 11:59 pm Details

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Bryant Park is known for various reasons. It is full of green lawns, convenient lunch tables, spectacular fountains, artistic sculptures and in the center of it all lays a beautiful lake. The Bryant Park is an oasis amongst concrete and glass buildings that New York is made up of. Spread across approximately 10 acres of land, the park provides a serene environment to sit back and relax. There’s an ice skating rink at the Bank of America Winter Village, a reading room, a carrousel, a chess and backgammon area, ping pong tables and a lot more that you can explore at Bryant Park.

Buy tickets for Bryant Park and relax in the convenient green lawns of Bryant Park that is blessed with a serene environment and plenty of activities to try a hand at. While the admission for the park is free and there is no need to have Bryant Park tickets, picking it up from our tickets section are a great steal, considering the Bryant Park ticket prices. Tickets for Bryant Park will give you a comprehensive taste of New York while weighing less on your budget. Book tickets for Bryant Park now!

Bryant Park Information

  • Following things are prohibited within the park: Smoking; Drug Use; Entering the fountains; Feeding birds; Bicycle riding; Skateboarding and Rollerblading.

Bryant Park Ticket Prices

  • Entry free. However, equipment rental for ice skating, carrousel charges etc will be applicable.

Bryant Park Opening and Closing Hours

  • After Winter Village closes for the season, from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm.
  • After Daylight Saving change from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm.

How To reach Bryant Park by Public Transport

  • Bus: Av of the Americas/w 40 St Bus stop
  • W 42 St/6th Avenue Bus stop
  • Metro: 42 St - Bryant Park Metro
  • 5th Avenue Metro

Restaurants Near Bryant Park

  • Bryant Park Cafe
  • Bryant Park Grill
  • Wichcraft
  • Celsius

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  • Currently (Nov 3) Bryant Park is transformed into a "Winter Village" with a refrigerated ice rink with more than 100 skaters and as many people watching. Particularly fun since it was 63 degrees at 8:30pm. Lots of activity on a Friday night. Why only 4 stars? I love it except the "village" was in fact perhaps 100 little stores, some eateries and a few bars. The stores were primarily stuff you'd find along the street. Almost no things for kids.

  • This park is great for tourists. Especially in the holidays. You have so much ample space. You have a historic local library. It's really close to Times Square, so it's a nice spot to come and relax. There's also lots of retail stores and restaurants. it's a Must visit!

  • A great park for all ages. The park has board games available, a public restroom and small shops year round. Movies are projected onto a big screen in the summer and in the winter they rip up the lawn and replace it with an ice rink along with putting up their winter village which has all sorts of vendors. A great place to visit!

  • A great place for friends’ gathering or on your own. It changes its look and function with seasons. There are desks and chairs, and the lawn where you can rest and lie down. Being there like you’re in the center of New York: surrounded by skyscrapers, and historical and cultural centers. There are so many places to explore around it!

  • I love this park in the spring and summer, but it is my favorite place in the city during the winter. The cute kiosks that open up, as well as the skating rink make it a wonderful low-key winter destination. You won't find horrible lines like you will at Rockefeller center or Central Park.

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