Central Park - New York City


The Central Park is the largest public park in Manhattan, New York City. It was planned in the 1850s, partially opened in the 1860s and officially opened in 1876. The Park includes playgrounds, fountains, monuments, lakes, a zoo, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, an ice-skating rink, an open-air theatre, the Conservatory Garden, named for the glass conservatory that was built on the site in 1899 to offer seasonal plant displays to the public, the Cleopatra’s Needle and several other attractions. More: map and old images of Central Park


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Loeb Boat House and the Bethesda Fountain, Central Park (credit: Christopher Postlewaite / NYC & Company).


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Central Park Pond (credit: Brittany Petronella / NYC & Company). More: Autumn in Central Park


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Strawberry Fields, a memorial in Central Park dedicated in 1985 to John Lennon. He lived in the Dakota Apartments.


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Bow Bridge (credit: Christopher Postlewaite / NYC & Company).




Great Lawn (credit: Marley White / NYC & Company).


Central Park, Upper West Side, Manhattan (credit: Christopher Postlewaite / NYC & Company).




















Central Park - New York City