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Central Park

Monuments

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

Untermyer Fountain

Untermyer Fountain

3 dancing girls in circular pool

Urns - central park (4)

Urns - central park (4)

Basins on pedestals

Vanderbilt Gates

Vanderbilt Gates

Ornamental wrought iron gates

Vanderbilt, Mr. & Mrs. Tablet

Vanderbilt, Mr. & Mrs. Tablet

Plaque on gates-see vanderbilt gates

Victor Herbert

Victor Herbert

Bust on pedestal

Waldo Hutchins

Waldo Hutchins

Exedra with sundial

William Church Osborn Gates

William Church Osborn Gates

Decorative gate with piers topped with animal groups

Directions to Central Park

Know Before You Go

There are currently 3 service interruptions affecting access within this park.

ParkCentral Park

Beginning June 27, 2018, Central Park will become entirely car-free. The Central Park transverse roads at 97th, 86th, 79th and 65th Streets will remain open to motor vehicles.

Nature CentersBelvedere Castle Visitor Center

Beginning Monday, February 26, Belvedere Castle will be closed for restoration. The castle will reopen to the public in 2019. To reach our Urban Park Rangers at Central Park, please call (212) 360-1444.

ParkCentral Park

Beginning Monday, February 26, Belvedere Castle will be closed for restoration. The surrounding plaza and terrace remain open, but will also close in the coming weeks. The Belvedere will reopen to the public in 2019. For more information on the restoration of Belvedere Castle, please visit Central Park Conservancy's website.

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