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For more than 150 years, visitors have flocked to Central Park's 843 green acres in the heart of Manhattan. Since 1980, the Park has been managed by the Central Park Conservancy, in partnership with the public. Central Park is open 6 am to 1 am...more
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I don’t care how many times I’ve visited NYC evertyime warrants a visit to this amazing park. I love everything about it. I try to walk different areas each time I go, but always seem to stop by the reservoir, remote control boats, and other...More
Rode a bike through the entire park and it has to be one of the greatest big city parks on earth.
Heaps to see and to stop and have coffee, drink or lunch at the many cafe and restaurants. A must to bike ride as...More
Every time we travel to New York City, we save time to walk through some part of Central Park. It’s green, peaceful, and historic with many trails and paths to explore. Kids can play on a playground or climb the many rock formations. There’s entertaining...More
The Central Park has lots to offer and is a very pleasant respite from the frantic activity in the rest of NYC . There are horse rides or pedicabs available but we decided just to spend half a day on foot exploring part of the...More
This was such a beautiful area in the middle of NYC. Parts of it were breathtaking. We were going to walk thru it and see different areas but on approach, we realized how large it was, We then paid for a pedicab to take us...More
I had been to New York several times but never Central Park. I visited in August and was amazed at the beauty and tranquility in the heart of the city. I had not seen American Elm trees since Dutch Elm Disease killed them in the...More
What a great place to run! I went on a Saturday morning and there were so many runners it was like a race! I loved it! I’d heard a lot about Central Park and so was expecting it to be great, but the city views...More
Yes you will. It is really big. Lots of grass, lots of seats. Generally something going on. You will have a great time. Do not miss Planet Hollywood you can see lots you do not have to part with a cent to see and get around... More
Yes you will. It is really big. Lots of grass, lots of seats. Generally something going on. You will have a great time. Do not miss Planet Hollywood you can see lots you do not have to part with a cent to see and get around with a metro pass for buses and subway.
I live across the street from the Park and spend as much time there as I can. The good news is that from your perspective any amount of time in the Park makes sense. You can’t see the entire park and experience all that it... More
I live across the street from the Park and spend as much time there as I can. The good news is that from your perspective any amount of time in the Park makes sense. You can’t see the entire park and experience all that it has to offer in on day, but at the same time an hour walk in the Park is a worthwhile experience. The amount of time you spend in the Park obviously depends on your other priorities. Two thoughts: combine a visit to the Park with a visit to either the MET, AMNH, or Harlem; WALK, do not take a horse drawn carriage or pedicab. I know some posters say that they love the ride, but the fact is that the rides are restricted to a few roads from which you can see very little.