January 2012 - Central Park

Tornado in Central Park

If you’re any where nearby you should really make time to experience the amazing new sculpture at the entrance to Central Park on the corner of 59th St. and 5th Ave. The only things missing are Toto and Dorothy. . . . → Read More: Tornado in Central Park

Ice Skating in Central Park

Ice skating in Central Park is easily one of the most picturesque activities to be enjoyed on a winter’s night. Unlike the somewhat overwhelming confines of the Rockefeller Center rink you can actually see stars at the Wollman and Lasker rinks. Feel the cold tingle of New York’s crisp winter air, listen to the music, and take in the incomparable surroundings as you glide (gracefully or not so) around either of Central Park’s ice rinks. . . . → Read More: Ice Skating in Central Park

Marble Arch – Lost Bridge of Central Park

Marble Arch was once located at the very foot of the Mall, giving pedestrians safe passage underneath the park drive at 66th St. . . . → Read More: Marble Arch – Lost Bridge of Central Park


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