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>Central Park Tour: The Ramble

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

2:00 p.m.3:30 p.m.

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Coined the 'wild garden' by designer Frederick Law Olmsted, the Ramble offers visitors a tranquil spot to meander along winding paths and discover hidden forest gardens. This truly is a place for the urban explorer to escape the city and get lost in nature.

Join us for a tour of this serene 36-acre woodland, led by Central Park Conservancy guides. Highlights of this tour include the Lake, Bow Bridge, Ramble Arch, Oak Bridge, the Gill, and Azalea Pond.

Details

Meet: Alexander von Humbolt statue (West 77th and Central Park West) Start Map location
Terrain: Uneven, with hills, stairs, and wood-chipped trails
Length of Tour: approximately 90 minutes
Cost: Tickets $15 (Members $10). Last tour of the month is free with registration

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Location

Alexander von Humboldt statue in Central Park
Central Park West and 77th Street
Manhattan
Directions to this location

Cost

Tickets $15 (Members $10). Last tour of the month is free with registration

Event Organizer

Central Park Conservancy

Contact Number

(212) 860-1370

Contact Email

tours@centralparknyc.org

Categories

Education, Nature, History, Tours, Fall Foliage

Directions to Central Park

Know Before You Go

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Raccoons in Central Park have tested positive for canine distemper virus. Although the virus cannot be transmitted to humans, it may be transmitted to dogs. Keep your pets safe in the park.

Please avoid wildlife and make sure your pets have up-to-date distemper and rabies vaccines. Keep your pet on a leash, especially during dawn and dusk.

Please call 311 or notify an on-site Parks employee if you see a sick or injured animal.

If you are bitten, wash the wound with soap and water immediately. Call your doctor to see if you need tetanus or rabies shots, and call 311 to report the bite.

The Health Department will continue to monitor this condition.


Anticipated Completion: Summer 2018

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