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More about this on-demand virtual talk and tour includes a pdf of the photo stops for you to visit on your own:

CENTRAL PARK

“I love Central Park. I feel like I am somewhere else.”

Elisabeth Hasselbeck

  • Learn what was destroyed to create Central Park
     

  • Discover how the park was designed and by whom
     

  • Hear how the park has changed over the years to accommodate public needs
     

  • Learn the secrets of Central Park as we tour it from south to north 

Central Park is larger than most people realize, covering 843 acres of man-made landscape.  It’s truly hand-crafted art combing rolling hills, lush lawns, winding footpaths, ornamental trees, seven bodies of water including places to play, picnic and relax.  It’s the fifth most interesting bird watching location in America!  The history of New York’s backyard is fascinating with politics, financing and conservancy all working together to create an escape from the congestion of the City.  Discover the secrets of Central Park as we tour the site together starting at the southern border along Central Park South and exploring each site until we reach the northern edge along 110th Street.  Hear the fascinating stories at each stop along the way.  Some sites were in the original design and others have been added later.  Some sites have disappeared and been replaced. This fascinating visual journey looks at the park as it developed over the past 150 years.  You’ll know what was there, why was it removed and when. You’ll see the major concert and movie sites, and locations of the special events that have taken place.  Some will be new to you and others will be a walk down memory lane. At the end of this journey you will be able to plan your visit to Central Park and spend time seeing the sites in person...MORE

  1. This 101-minute on-demand virtual presentation uses over 100 images taking you on an in-depth visual journey through the history of Central Park, who created it and why.  Then, we'll explore the park virtually from the southern to northern edges stopping along the way to see the most important and famous sites.  Whether you’re a first-time visitor or a local New Yorker, gain an insider’s perspective on makes New York so special.  

  2. Download Kitt’s pdf with photo stops for your self-guided tour when you visit on your own.

  3. Upload your photos into Tripcast.

  4. Download the photos into a book to keep your memories!

  5. Add a visit with one of our partners or visit on your own. It’s a great way to be in a location and enjoy it.