Central Park Zoo
Officially known as the Central Park Wildlife Center, this small zoo is home to penguins, snow leopards and lemurs. Feeding times in the...
Tisch Children's Zoo
Attached to the Central Park Zoo, Tisch Children’s Zoo is a petting zoo with pot-bellied pigs, a cow and mini-Nubian goats. It's perfect...
Founded in 1845 as the first Reform synagogue in New York, this temple, completed in 1929, is now one of the largest Jewish houses of...
Once a month this opulent mansion-museum hosts a Sunday concert that brings world-renowned performers such as cellist Yehuda Hanani and...
Le Pain Quotidien
Fresh salads and tartines (open-faced sandwiches) are to be found inside the airy Mineral Springs Pavilion, or outside if you are lucky...
Central Park, btwn 67th & 72nd Sts · interesting places nearby
Literary Walk information
This Parisian-style promenade – the only straight line in Central Park – is flanked by statues of literati on the southern end, including Robert Burns and Shakespeare, and is lined with rare North American elms.