Central Park: A Sanctuary for New Yorkers

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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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Enjoy Central Park from Home:

How to Explore Central Park from Home

During these uncertain times for New Yorkers, Central Park can still provide comfort and solace from a distance. If you’re looking to explore the Park from afar, here are a few ways to bring the outdoors to you.

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The Story of Seneca Village

Discover how Seneca Village, the largest community of free African-American property owners in pre-Civil War New York, began and what we know about its residents.

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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

Mary Harriman Rumsey with Eleanor Roosevelt and Rep. Isabella Greenway of Arizona, 1934

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5 Historic Women Memorialized In Central Park

In honor of Women’s History Month, we’re highlighting 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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Blooms in Shakespeare's 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 blooms. Discover when and where to find flowers all year long and become an expert on your favorite varieties.

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Special Edition: Your Virtual Guide to Spring

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Special Edition: Your Virtual Guide to Spring

As spring unfolds in Central Park, we’re bringing its vibrant gardens and verdant lawns to you. Staying indoors is of the utmost importance now, but our Spring Guide will help you enjoy the Park from afar.

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