Central Park's unique history, accessibility and design make it (undoubtedly!) New York City's most famous park—Oh yeah, and it's appearance in countless beloved films does, too! It was the first public park built in the United States, sees about 25 million visitors per year and contains 36 bridges and arches and around 50 monuments, sculptures and fountains. Perhaps most important to families, the park contains 21 playgrounds, Swedish Cottage Marionette Theater, charming paddleboat rentals and, of course, the Central Park Zoo.
|Venue name:||Central Park||Contact:|
59th St to 110th St
|Cross street:||between Central Park West and Fifth Ave|
|Transport:||Subway: A, B, C, D, 1 to 59th St–Columbus Circle; N, Q, R to 5th Ave; B, C to 72nd St, 81st St–Museum of Natural History, 86th St, 96th St, 103rd St, 110th St; 2, 3 to 110th St.|
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Things to do
Active families won’t want to miss this massive free annual event at the Central Park Bandshell. This year, activities like rock climbing, ziplining, gaga, mountain biking, yoga, obstacle races, outdoor survival training and even a virtual reality surfing...Saturday June 17 2017 Free