From the Central Park Zoo and Central Park Mall to Prospect Park, Sheep Meadow and Wollman Rink, New York City’s Central Park South neighborhood has an attraction and activity for everyone. To plan your visit, please check out the landmarks below or contact our concierge for more recommendations.
Belvedere Castle in Central Park contains exhibit rooms and an observation deck. Plus, since 1919, it has been the location of the official Central Park weather station. You can also enjoy gorgeous views of the city from its two balconies.
The Central Park Mall is in Central Park, leading to Bethesda Fountain. It provides the only purely formal feature in the naturalistic original plan of Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux for this iconic and beloved park within the city.
The Central Park Zoo is a small 6.5-acre attraction located in Central Park. For all kinds of animal lovers, this zoo offers wonderful exhibits, experiences and events to explore at any age.
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The Conservatory Garden is the only formal garden in Central Park. It’s located approximately between 104th and 106th street, by Fifth Avenue. A total of six acres, this site is divided into three small gardens, each with its own style. From tulips to trees to shrubs, you’ll experience a spectacular display of natural beauty.
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Prospect Park is a 585-acre public park in the New York City borough of Brooklyn. It’s also considered the largest public park in Brooklyn.
Sheep Meadow is a 15-acre preserve located at the west side of Central Park from 66th to 69th Streets in Manhattan. It has a long history as a gathering place for large scale demonstrations and political movements.
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This expansive hotel eatery has nine food stations preparing eclectic eats, from sushi to pizza. If you enjoy exploring different dishes, you should make a point to stop by this delicious attraction!
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