Directions

Central Park the center of Manhattan from 110th street to 59th street and west to east from Central Park West to 5th Avenue.

There are a variety of subway stations that circle the park:

A, B, C, D, 1 Trains:

Located at 59th street/Columbus Circle with stops along Broadway and Central Park West

Though it is typically easiest to get to Central Park by subway, there are also several bus routes available:

On the West side, there is the #10 that runs north and south along Central Park West.

On the East side there is the # 1, 2, 3 & 4 that run South along Fifth Avenue, and North along Madison Avenue.

There also cross town buses that run West to East and East to West along 57th, 59th, 66th, 79th, 86th, 96th & 110th Street

N, R, Q Trains:

Stop located at 57th & 7th

2, 3 Trains:

Travels North & South with stops at 59th and Columbus Circle and then Broadway, 72nd, 96th & 110th street as well.

B, C Trains:

Travels North & South with stops at 110th street, 103rd street, 96th street, 86th street, 81st street, and 72nd street along Central Park West

From Penn Station:

Take the M20 Bus from W 34th St station heading towards Lincoln Center.

Get off at Central Park South near Columbus Circle

From Grand Central Station:

Take the Q32 Bus from Madison Ave and E 42 St station heading to Jackson Heights, Queens.

Go west on E 59th street until you come to 5th Ave and Central Park South.

Official NYC Subway Map:

http://web.mta.info/maps/submap.html

New York City Bus Map:

http://nycmap360.com/nyc-bus-map#.V3PqPVePLlI

MTA Neighborhood Maps:

http://web.mta.info/maps/

Walking Tour Overview

  • Duration: 2 hours
  • Book Risk Free: Free cancellation up to 24 hours in advance
  • Free reschedule or full refund in case of bad weather
  • Tickets: Both printed and mobile tickets accepted

The walking tour covers all most beautiful sights of the southern half of Central Park. You will walk through some of the 58 miles of trails the park has to offer passing a lake, rocky outcrops, bridges, arches, sculptures and more.
This tour takes you off the beaten path to sights both the bikes and pedicabs cannot reach - book here.

Bicycle Tour Overview

  • Duration: 2 hours
  • Book Risk Free: Free cancellation up to 24 hours in advance
  • Free reschedule or full refund in case of bad weather
  • Tickets: Both printed and mobile tickets accepted

The bicycle tour provides a complete journey through 843 acres of Central Park, guaranteeing that you will see the most out of any tour available. Your tour guide will provide background information, historical insight, and point out some of the most photogenic sites for you to capture photos!
This tour covers about six miles in a casual, smooth pace with lots of stops for walking and photos. It's the ultimate way to discover Central Park - book here.

Pedicab Tour Overview

  • Duration: 1 hour, 2 hours or 3 hours
  • Book Risk Free: Free cancellation up to 24 hours in advance
  • Free reschedule or full refund in case of bad weather
  • Tickets: Both printed and mobile tickets accepted

The most comfortable way to explore Central Park. No need to walk or peddle - just sit, lay back and enjoy beautiful views and insightful commentary.
This is a private tour for you and your party. A complete, relaxed, and personalized experience of Central Park. You can choose from 1 hour, 2 hours or 3 hours tour options.  Custom pick up/drop off spots are available too - book here.

Combination Tour Overview

  • Duration: 2 hours or 3 hours
  • Book Risk Free: Free cancellation up to 48 hours in advance
  • Free reschedule or full refund in case of bad weather
  • Tickets: Both printed and mobile tickets accepted

The Combined Pedicab & Bicycle Tour is ideal for parties when one part part prefers to ride their own bikes, and another part prefers the comfort of the pedicab – on this tour all the group will stay together and have stops for walking and group pictures - book here.


About Central Park

Find all the information you need to enjoy your visit to New York City's iconic Central Park.


Things To Do

From The Philharmonic on the Great Lawn to Shakespeare in the Park to SummerStage, Central Park offers an endless array of things to do, see, hear - and, with two full service restaurants and several cafes, taste.  You can visit The Shakespeare Garden, take in a performance at the Swedish Cottage Marionette Theater, take a ride on the Carousel - or just sit and people watch at Bethesda Terrace!


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New York, NY, 10028

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