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Monuments

The Indian Hunter

The Indian Hunter

Figure (over life-size) and dog on pedestal

The Rowers

The Rowers

Group of two figures on integral plinth on pedestal, with plaque

The Tempest (Prospero and Miranda)

The Tempest (Prospero and Miranda)

Bronze group, granite pedestal

Thomas Moore

Thomas Moore

Portrait bust on pedestal

Three Hundred and Seventh Infantry

Three Hundred and Seventh Infantry

Grove of trees, tablet, boulder

Tigers

Tigers

Bas-relief in three continuous sections

Tigress and Cubs

Tigress and Cubs

Animal group

Tisch Children's Zoo Gate

Tisch Children's Zoo Gate

Three pylons surmounted by ornamental crest with children, animal, and bird figures; three plaques

Turkeys

Turkeys

bas-relief

U.S.S. Maine National Monument

U.S.S. Maine National Monument

Pylon fountain embellished with colossal group, nine figures (heroic scale), and frieze; three plaques (two large, one small); four gate houses, each with a door and three low reliefs

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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