Parks of New York City

 

New York City has 113 km² of municipal parkland in about 1,700 parks within five boroughs. Central Park is the most famous, but there are other great parks in the City like Flushing Meadows Corona Park, Van Cortlandt Park, Clove Lakes Park, Battery Park, Astoria Park, Pelham Bay Park, Prospect Park, Riverside Park and others. Some parks are are privately owned, like Gramercy Park.

 

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New York City

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Flushing Meadows

 

 

Spring Central Park

 

The Unisphere at the Flushing Meadows Corona Park, in Queens. This park was the site of two twentieth century World's Fairs. The Unisphere was commissioned for the New York World's Fair of 1964-65 (photo: Christopher Postlewaite / NYC & Company).

 

Below, Bethesda Terrace in Spring, Central Park (credit: Brittany Petronella / NYC & Company).

 

Shopping NYC

 

Chinatown NY

 

Theater NYC

 

Millenium Park

 

Autumn Central Park

 

Embarcadero

 

Prospect Park

 

Statue Liberty NYC

 

Bridges NYC

 

Times Square

 

Wall Street

 

Brooklyn Botanic Garden

(credit: Tagger Yancey IV / NYC & Company).

 

Brooklyn Botanic Garden

 

Transmitter Park

 

Brooklyn

 

Map New York City

 

Winter NYC

 

Parks of New York City

 

Bethesda Fountain

 

Bridge Central Park

 

Empire State Building

 

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NYC

 

Central Park

 

 

 

 

 

 

Manhattan

 

 

 

 

 

 

Winter in Central Park (credit: Tagger Yancey IV / NYC & Company).

 

Bronx Zoo (credit: Julienne Schaer / NYC & Company).

Running in Central Park (credit: Will Steacy).

 

Transmitter Park, Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Manhattan is seen in the background (credit: Julienne Schaer / NYC & Company).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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