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Central Park is the 843-acre green heart of Manhattan and is maintained by the Central Park Conservancy. It was designed in the 19th century by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux as an urban escape for New Yorkers, and now receives over 40 million visits per year.
Home to some of New York's most famous concerts. Diana Ross literally singing in the rain, Simon & Garfunkel, Garth Brooks and Dave Matthews Band have all played Central Park.
VS Bombshell Adriana Lima loves to relax & enjoy this lush getaway in the middle of Manhattan—a National Historic Landmark since 1963!
Visit Cherry Hill in late afternoon, walk across Bow Bridge over to the Ramble and watch the sun set over the Westside.
Take a romantic stroll around The Reservoir at sunset or explore the North Woods. #vday
Did you know? To create that feeling of being in the countryside, and not in the middle of a city, the four Transverse Roads were sunken down eight feet below the park’s surface.
"Central Park takes up roughly 843 acres of land. To give you an idea, that’s roughly 16 billion NY apartments." - Conan O'Brien
check out strawberry fields.
Winter Jam 2013 in Central Park
Go and have a nice walk
Enjoy then park in style, then shop Fashion's Night Out! Head over to our store on 731 Lex Ave & (s)hop a bus around town! Enjoy 30% off your favorite item from 6pm - 11pm & other surprises!
Bike around the Central Park loop on a weekend.
Sit down and chill with some friends on a sunny day
take a breath of fresh air...
Did you remember everything you needed for the perfect picnic (baguette, cured meats, a fine cheese, bottle of wine)? If not, take note of the Whole Foods in Columbus Circle.
Go to Mineral Springs, Tavern on the Green, or the Zoo to connect to free Wi-Fi, courtesy of AT&T.
There's a man who runs in a black thong leotard in the mornings. Don't worry, he's harmless. And BRAVE! He's been seen running in this "gear" on even the coldest winter mornings. Brrrr.
Start at Columbus Circle and ru n Northeast, run the full length of Central Park - .3k short of a 10k. Spectacular feeling to run the greatest park in the world.
alice in wonderland sculptures in central park - especially at night
Nothing better than relaxing in the Park
Come be weird. It's acceptable.
One of the most well known parks in the U.S., Central Park is a great place to get away from the fast paced NYC streets. See a concert or movie here in the summer for an unforgettable experience!
Find a rock and sit :)
Go the Sheeps Meadow. Bring one or all of the following: blanket, wine, beer, cheese, crackers, sandwiches, fruit, music, friends. Watch people. Smile.
Did you know? The Park got its initial start in 1853, but the Central Park was not officially opened until the winter of 1859.
Hop-on the Uptown Loop for gorgeous views of Central Park from the top-deck.
Angel Hana you left lots of beautiful memories here. Miss you my sweetie^^
go for a run around the park
The southern end of the park is only blocks from the Hilton New York. Enjoy a morning run through the park, or just take a leisurely stroll when you need a break.
In order to decide who would design the Park, the Central Park Commission held the country’s first landscape design contest. The ‘Greensward Plan,’ by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux won.
Many don't realize it, but Central Park occupies a large part of Manhattan. Come here for a nice stroll, or just to sit and relax.
Walk through Central Park during the spring when the Cherry blossoms are in full bloom and raining down upon you. Simply beautiful.
Try the chestnuts and spot it on Foodspotting!
Let it snow! Make a snowman or a snow angel to get in the holiday spirit.
Having a lunch picnic at this place is great if you’re on a budget, and you will have the best backdrop while enjoying your food.
This famous 843-acre Manhattan public park is open all year round for visitors. Most notable spots are the “Imagine” mosaic at Strawberry Fields, the Central Park Zoo, and the Friedsman Carousel.