Central Park is such an iconic part of NYC. It’s so much bigger than people think so I figured I would make my strolls through Central Park into multiple posts. There’s so much to do and see there. We stayed along the east side on our stroll this day.
A few weekends ago Jon and I walked through before going to the Apple store. It was a pretty hot day out and so sunny! There were people every where laying out, running, biking, and even a few softball games going on.
The first thing we saw is Cleopatra’s Needle. We kinda just stumbled across this, I didn’t even know it was in Central Park. Not quite as cool as the Parthenon, but still cool nonetheless.
There are quite a few ponds throughout the park that were really peaceful. Lots of people were reading around it.
I really liked this little pool with sailboat racing. I’ve seen it before in the movie Stuart Little, but never in person.
We also stumbled upon this great view of the skyline! We really need a selfie stick 😂
What’s your favorite part of Central Park?
3 thoughts on “Strolling Through Central Park: Part 1”
The John Lennon “Imagine” memorial. Absolutely moving. However, I have not walked the whole park yet.
Cant wait to see it someday.