Top Ten Romantic Spots in Central Park

Monday, February 13th, 2012

From winter strolls along the Mall to a sunset dinner for two at the Boathouse Restaurant, Central Park has always provided a wide choice of sites for a romantic rondevouz.  Here are the the Top Ten we’ve chosen as the very best for Valentine’s Day. 10. The Pool Placid waters rippling gently beneath gracefully weeping […]

Marble Arch – Lost Bridge of Central Park

Tuesday, January 3rd, 2012

Marble Arch was once located at the very foot of the Mall, giving pedestrians safe passage underneath the park drive at 66th St.

Huddlestone Arch

Tuesday, January 11th, 2011

Huddlestone Arch, just south of Lasker Rink, looks as if it was formed by some benevolent act of nature, rather than being carefully crafted over 150 years ago.  It is in a part of the park that is much more natural, unspoiled, and much less utilized, bordering the Harlem Meer, while providing a less-trafficked retreat off […]

Gapstow Bridge

Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010

Bearing a striking resemblance to the Ponte di San Francesco in San Remo, Italy, Gapstow Bridge is yet another example of traditional architecture in Central Park.