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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've always wanted to see central park and when I went it was more stunning then what I thought and it's so quiet considering it's in a city if you vist New York you have to take a carriage ride around here as it just...More
It is amazing wat famous sites can be seen in and around Central Park, the cafe is well worth a visit. Good to see the mounted parks police as well as the mad runners that seem t be passing by constantly.
We were in NYC for a 1-day visit. We were dropped off in Rockefeller Center, and unfortunately were not aware it was their annual SantaCon event, so the entire area was a sea of people. We walked down 5th Avenue to Central Park, and it...More
We went ice skating in Central Park and having seen several of the other options such as Rockefeller and Bryant Park we think this was the one with the most amazing views as it had a backdrop of the buildings of New York towering over...More
It's remarkable that such a park exists in Manhattan and in that regard it's a wonderful assest to NYC. If however, you come from a more rural area...well....it's a park. There are famous bridges, famous ponds for looking or rowing, Friends fountain, famous sculptures (Balto,...More