Driprock Arch


Driprock Arch in Central Park

 

Driprock originally stood over the bridle path that was destroyed, lost with the expansion of Heckscher Playground in the 1930s. One of the Park's 36 bridges and arches, Driprock Arch is composed of a red brick facade and Gothic-detailed balustrade of New Brunswick sandstone. Today, a pedestrian walk runs beneath it, connecting Hecksher Playground to Wollman Rink.

Location

Mid-Park at 63rd Street.

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