Central Park, New York City
About Central Park, New York City
Central Park, New York City - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Central Park Conservancy, 14 E. 60th Street , New York, NY, 10022
Ticket Price: 18 USD
Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
Timings: 12:00 am - 01:00 am Details
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Central Park is 341 hectares large (843 acres) and is located in the center of Manhattan. The park boasts of several lakes, theaters, ice rinks, fountains, tennis courts, baseball fields, many playgrounds and other facilities. The best part about this park definitely is the official tours you can take to explore the park completely. These are the Belvedere’s Kingdom tour, Marathon tour, Southern Welcome Tour, Conservatory Garden Tour, Memorial Walk Tour and a number of other tours for you.
During the weekends, cars are not allowed inside and that is the reason why you would completely experience a tranquil environment that the park has to offer to you. There are plenty of things to see here like dairy, Bethesda Terrace, Statues, strawberry fields, great lawn and Sheep meadows, Cleopatra’s needle, Bow bridge and ramble, Belvedere Castle, Shakespeare Garden, Conservatory garden and a discovery center. There are over 9,000 wooden benches in the park, which is the highest no of benches in any park in the world.
The park really sparkles during springtime. It is home to more than twenty varieties of purple, pink and white lilac blossoms from around the world and thus attracts visitors from around the world along with 275 species of birds, numerous bridges and arch and much more. Children will love this place. Central Park - New York tourist attraction added in the New York City Itinerary 5 Day and 2 Weeks in New York City Itinerary
Central Park Information
- If you go there at night you can see the beautiful view of Manhattan skyline.
- Food and drinks are available but alcohol is not allowed.
- First aid and safety center available.
- Do not carry heavy luggage, no ‘Lost and Found’ department available here.
- Lots of things to see, spend few hours here.
How To reach Central Park by Public Transport
- Grand Central Terminal
- St. Penn Station
- 5th Avenue bus stop
Restaurants Near Central Park
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- Rue 57: Eggs Florentine, Bread Pudding
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My first time in New York City and we had some time to spare before our train departed, so we went to Central Park to experience an iconic landmark... It was great! I was surprised by how large the park is, in spite of being surrounded by one of the largest, busiest cities in the country. The fountains were gorgeous and the walkways were great for a leisurely stroll and just moving around some before the long ride home. Lots of opportunities for interesting photos and plenty of potential to make some interesting memories. 10/10, will visit again when I'm in town.
Always love walking around central park. Each section has something unique to see. I like the Charles Dickens sculpture area, renting the roe boats from the boat house and rowing them around the lake. The castle is beautiful to see...even by the light of the moon. There's Shakespeare in the Park, Music concerts, and watching skaters and street performers are always fun. And the Central Park Zoo is great for the kids. (And...if you just want to sit around...Saturdays are always the best for people watching!) Too many things to list here. I've been there dozens of times and never grow tired of it.
There's something about walking Central Park in the fall, breathing in that crisp New York autumn air, people watching while sitting on the benches and admiring the beautiful leaves in mid color change as they descend to the ground. All of this has been a dream of mine since forever and to actually cross it off my bucket list, puts me in complete euphoria. I could literally spend a whole day at Central Park. It's miles and miles of pure bliss. There are playgrounds for children, lovely statues to stop and look at while out on a stroll, areas for bikers and joggers, lakes and structures to admire and if you feel like doing absolutely nothing but just take everything in, by golly do so! It's Central Park, why not?! Just make sure to bring comfortable shoes!
Lots interesting places in Central Park. Be prepared to spend hours here if you want to know and enjoy Central Park. You can hire a horse carriage to cover more grounds, or you can rent a row boat to enjoy the lake. Then there's a huge reservoir where you can take scenic photos. No need to venture out for a meal, there's a restaurant inside the park. I came here during springtime to photograph the cherry blossoms on the eastern side of the reservoir. Explore around, it will never a dull moment even during wintertime. By the way, someone had asked if it's allowed inside the pond. That's a no no anytime.
One of my favorite places in the whole world. That's been my best outdoors kind of place since I was a kid. When people talk about being in nature where they're from, I always say how Central Park is NYC back to nature place. I love it and all its good treasures.
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