Central Park Walking Tour - Daily 12pm
Uncover the purpose of Central Park as a Democratic space
Discover how the design helps achieve this purpose
Photograph many famous park locations featured in hundreds of movies and TV shows
Experience Central Park on a deeper level by taking a professionally guided walking tour. Discover Central Park's origins, witness it's design and visit many movies sites on this two hour narrated walk in the park!
This casual 2-hour walking tour is professionally guided by a former park employee and is a great way to experience a lot of the park in a short amount of time.
One of the best ways to get to the heart of Central Park is on foot and this professionally guided walking tour offers a complete picture of this iconic New York City landmark. Our guide’s associations with Central Park are extensive and we boast some of the most experienced and knowledgeable Central Park guides you can find. Learn about the cultural influence of the park and feel the peace that comes from walking through the natural environment. After a few days of visiting New York City, Central Park is a must!Many people are familiar with Central Park but may not know the most interesting places to explore. With 843 acres, this landscape masterpiece has a lot to offer. Your guide will show you the highlights of Central Park, many of which feature in popular movies. See the Gapstow Bridge, a film site for the Home Alone II movie, and pass the Wollman Rink, from Love Story and Serendipity.A stroll along the Mall and Literary Walk to the park center piece the Bethesda Terrace. Next on to the Conservatory Water, an ornamental model boat pond that featured in the Stuart Little movie. Climb on the Alice in Wonderland statue, get lost in the Ramble, cross Bow Bridge which is known as “Engagement Bridge” and featured in many movies including Spider Man III. Wandering along the Lake shore we make our way through Strawberry Fields, the peace garden and memorial to John Lennon of the Beatles.
Approximately 2- hours and 2 miles (3.2k)
This tour ends at Central Park West and West 72nd Street. There is easy access to the B – C – 1 – 2 – 3 trains or your guide will escort you back to the starting location on West 58th Street
Please plan accordingly
Nov. 13, 2017, 5 p.m. to Dec. 10, 2019, 7 p.m.
Location: 2 Columbus Circle Broadway side of the Museum of Arts and Design, New York, NY 10019