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  2. Plan a Visit | Central Park Conservancy

    The Central Park Conservancy was born of community activism, and 40 years later we continue to partner with the public and rely on our community—people like you, who need Central Park. The Park needs you, too. Make the most of your visit to Central Park! Location Central Park is located in New York City, and stretches from 59th Street to ...

  3. Top 9 Central Park Attractions - TripSavvy

    Q2GG+83, New York, NY 10019-4369, USA. Phone +1 212-639-9675. Web Visit website. Iconic Attractions. 4.3. Strawberry Fields was designed as a garden of peace in honor of John Lennon. When Lennon lived in the nearby Dakota apartment building, this was his favorite oasis in Central Park.

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  5. Central Park Reviews | U.S. News Travel

    Central Park is free to visit and welcomes visitors daily from 6 a.m. to 1 a.m. As with any outdoor site in a major city, you're better off visiting in the day or early evening.

  6. 160 Years of Central Park: A Brief History

    It was a huge success. Only months after the design competition was completed, the first section of the Park—the Lake —opened to the public in 1858. Central Park was built over the next 15 years and cost $14 million, a significant increase from the project’s original $5 million budget. The Mall, circa 1902.

  7. About Us | Central Park Conservancy

    About Us. The mission of the Central Park Conservancy is to preserve and celebrate Central Park as a sanctuary from the pace and pressures of city life, enhancing the enjoyment and wellbeing of all. Central Park is New York City’s 843-acre backyard, an essential space that welcomes over 42 million visitors annually.

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