Discover the Most Famous Park in America
Established in 1857 and a designated historic landmark in 1962, the 843-acre park is one of the most famous film locations in the world and it’s beautiful landscapes and plethora of events, attracts over 30 million visitors every year.
The Park boasts an array of eateries from snack bars to full service restaurants based right in the park perfect for any appetite.
There are so many things to experience throughout Central Park, you will easily loose a day (or two!) strolling through the beautiful pathways and bridges.
Check out their official website for a full list of attractions.
Commissioned by George Delacorte in 1959, the Alice in Wonderland bronze statue is located on the East Side of the park in tribute to his late wife who read Alice to their children. A beautiful spot to climb, rest or photograph in all it’s glory!
Located on the East Side between 63rd and 66th is Central Park Zoo; home to snow leopards, penguins, lemurs, red pandas and so many more from all over the world.
You can even stop and take a break at the Dancing Crane Cafe!