This lush stretch of greenery is located from 59th Street to 110th Street and stretches from 5th to 8th Avenues. It covers an extraordinary 843 acres, which makes up roughly 6% of Manhattan. Ideal for everyone, this world-famous New York park features beautiful scenery and gardens, Central Park Zoo, and 26 recreational fields for sports matches. Seasonal attractions include ice skating rinks and Summer Stage performances. Some of the most talked-about restaurants in the city are also located within the park, Tavern on the Green and The Boathouse.
Located on 5th Avenue and 42nd Street, Bryant Park is home to New York’s famous fashion week and is a much-visited social space, offering the Bryant Park café and the majestic New York City’s Public Library surrounded by sunbathers and park goers.
This New York City park is located at the tip of Manhattan and overlooks New York Harbor with the Statue of Liberty in the distance. It is the largest public open space in all of downtown Manhattan and considered “the cradle” of New York City history.
This charming Manhattan park is located in the heart of the East Village on 7th to 10th Streets between Avenues A and B. The park was once seen as a center of social problems but has transformed over the years into a place for families, students, tourists and pets. The park offers handball courts, basketball courts, built-in chess tables and playgrounds.
Located in Greenwich Village’s main public space, this New York park is a magnet for NYU students as well as families and tourists. The famous Washington Square Arch looms from above and attracts numerous performance artists throughout the year.