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William Shakespeare Statue
65th St. Transverse Rd.
"Unveiled in 1872, this statue by John Quincy Adams Ward pays tribute to one of the world's most famous playwrights, who lived from 1564 to 1616."
Alice in Wonderland Statue
Central Park (at 5th Ave)
"It's a statue depicting the characters in the book Alice in Wonderland. It's a little off the main paths, but well worth the walk, or take a bike there, it's beautiful."
Hans Christian Andersen Statue
74th Street (at 5th Ave.)
"One of the best statues in the park"
Central Park Zoo
Central Park (btwn E 63rd & E 65th St)
"Very Small but for $12 and an hour if your time I think it's worth it if you're in Central Park. Absolutely loved the penguins (very active today) and red panda and snow leopard were my favorites!"
Terrace Dr (at Central Park)
"One of my five NY preferite places. Stunning by any side, not only the fountain but all the terrace. Underpass is great, too, and often there're artists exploiting its peculiar acoustics."
59th St to 110th St (5th Ave to Central Park West)
"If you want to be refreshed by seeing a ton of active people - runners, cyclists, people playing volleyball and basketball, sports in general - this is probably the best place in New York for that."
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