59th St to 110th St (5th Ave to Central Park West)
National Car Rental • October 2, 2012One of the most famous parks in the world, you can go for a jog to start off your day or an afternoon stroll between meetings. Just don't forget to bring comfortable shoes.
Esther J. • July 23Very relaxing, clean, great service and quiet. stayed about 2 hrs in the water(no massage). Its $75 (without massage) on weekdays. Need to make a reservation online. I loved the whole experience!
Berlin M. • February 24, 2014This was my first time to a broadway play. It was such an amazing experience. The music, lights action, the entire performance was an amazing experience. I recommended a must watch.
btwn Gansevoort & W 34th St (btwn 10th & 12th Ave)
Syndicate Media Group • January 18, 2012NYC [Do] Take in historic Manhattan elevated above the hustle and bustle. Have a seat on one of the rail benches -- almost hidden in the landscape -- to truly capture the serenity.
danesh j. • December 13, 2014Good spot to read. Plenty of chairs. They have free juggling, fencing, and other classes. Table tennis and chess are also there. Winter there is ice skating and a pop-up restaurant
B&H Photo Video • January 16, 2012The book store with miles and miles of books is always filled with fun, friendly and interesting people. Head to the second floor's photography section and get lost in a good book.
Ivy L. • April 22, 2013In the summer time, grab some gelato from a nearby vendor and walk around the plaza. Be sure to snap a photo at the fountain and walk around to experience the finest cultural center in NYC.
Jamie F. • December 26, 2014Hands down the best 6.1 mile loop in New York City. Rival for best city run in the world in my book. Full of great views, people, and beautiful park. Harlem Hill is a proper climb.
MJ DIEHL • July 31, 2013Centrally located to everything relevant-- downtown- yet, still a good respite, if you have some kids and need to take a break: music, art, park creative workshops--there's always something going on!