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Coronavirus Update

The Central Park Conservancy is working closely with NYC Parks and other City agencies to monitor developments related to COVID-19.

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Staying Connected to Central Park through History

Even from afar, Central Park can be a source of inspiration and comfort. Discover recommendations from our historian — from books to documentaries — on deepening your insight into the Park.

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5 Historic Women Memorialized in Central Park

We highlight a few trailblazing, but little known, women who inspired or funded a variety of features in Central Park — whether they be playgrounds, landscapes, or recreational facilities.

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Get to Know the Conservancy

The Central Park Conservancy is the nonprofit that keeps Central Park beautiful.

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New Pool and Rink Comes to the Harlem Meer

Preview the drawings for the new pool and rink at the Harlem Meer, our largest restoration to date.

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An aerial view of proposed changes to the Harlem Meer

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The Inside Scoop

5 Questions With Journalist Anthony Mason

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5 Questions With Journalist Anthony Mason

CBS This Morning co-host and Central Park regular Anthony Mason has been visiting the Park since before he could walk. Today he averages four miles a day, mostly spent meandering the hidden paths and trails.

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Shakespeare Garden

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Our Guide to Central Park Blooms

Visit our online Bloom Guide for an insider's look at the Park's most popular flowers. Discover when and where to find color all year long and become an expert on your favorite varieties.

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Get Your Virtual Guide to Summer in Central Park

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Get Your Virtual Guide to Summer in Central Park

Our free Summer Guide features insider insights on the Park’s majestic trees, a peek into Park history, a guide to the season’s brightest blooms, and so much more.

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