The Central Park Walking Tour
Tours by Reservation Only
December 15th 2019 to March 10th 2020
Daily 12pm - $20
9am April 15th to September 30th
Approximately 2 hours and 2 miles (3.2k)
Central Park Walking Tour - Daily 12pm
9am - April 15th to September 30th
Discover the restorative power of Central Park from the stress of big city life
Recognize how natural landscapes and cultural landmarks intermingle in this urban oasis
Photograph many famous park locations featured in hundreds of movies and TV shows
Enjoy the songs of birds and the laughter of children
Experience Central Park on a deeper level by taking a professionally guided walking tour. Discover Central Park's origins, witness its design and visit many movie sites on this 2-hour narrated walk in the park!
Our casual 2-hour walking tour has been getting great reviews and is professionally led by a highly experienced licensed guide. Written and often led by a former Central Park employee, this tour is a great way to experience a lot of the park in a short amount of time.
One of the best ways to get to the heart of Central Park is on foot and this professionally guided walking tour offers a complete picture of this iconic New York City landmark. Our guide’s associations with Central Park are extensive and we boast some of the most experienced and knowledgeable Central Park guides you can find. Learn about the cultural influences of the park and feel the peace that comes from strolling through a natural environment. After a few days of visiting New York City, Central Park is a must!
Many people are familiar with Central Park, but may not know the most interesting places to explore. With 843 acres, this landscape masterpiece has a lot to offer. Your guide will show you many park locations that feature in popular movies. The Gapstow Bridge, from the Home Alone II movie and the Wollman Rink, from Love Story and Serendipity. Information on surrounding architecture and real estate will also be shared.
A stroll along the Mall and Literary Walk to the park centerpiece, the Bethesda Terrace, get lost in the Ramble, cross the Bow Bridge which is known as “Engagement Bridge” and featured in many movies including Spider-Man III. Wandering along the Lakeshore we make our way through Strawberry Fields, the peace garden and memorial to John Lennon of the Beatles. Ending at the park entrance across from the Dakota Apartments, food, subways and other points of interest.
Approximately 2- hours and 2 miles (3.2k)
This Tour begins at
2 Columbus Circle on the
Broadway side of the Museum of Arts and Design and ends at
Strawberry Fields (West 72nd).
You may depart from there or your guide will assist you in getting your to your next destination
Please plan accordingly