June Secrets of Central Park

Wednesdays at 12:30 pm

Can't visit the Park in person? No problem. This year, our expert guides are bringing its sweeping views, stunning vistas, sublime natural wonders, and thriving wildlife to you!

Please note that you will need to register for June’s Secrets of Central Park series.
Previous registration for May will not extend into June. You only need to register once to receive access for the entire month’s walks. You'll get a confirmation email and reminders with a link to access the series.

  • June 5 - AIDS Memorial Quilt on the Great Lawn

    In June 1988, the AIDS Memorial Quilt was exhibited on the Great Lawn. It featured the names of more than 1,500 victims of the HIV/AIDS crisis. Join us on this Pride Month walk as we follow in the footsteps of the activists and figures that made this travelling monument possible.
  • June 12 - Cast-Iron Craze

    Cast iron architecture was all the rage in the mid-19th century—just in time to influence the newly built Central Park. Join us to discover the long-lasting impact of this revolutionary building technique on the Park.
  • June 19 - Let There Be Light!

    Do you enjoy long summer days? As we welcome the summer solstice, join us to soak up rays of sunshine and celebrate the warm season.
  • June 26 - Ingnatz Pilat’s Central Park

    Tomorrow would have been Ignatz Pilat's 104th birthday. Who’s that, you ask? Central Park’s original Chief Gardener, of course! We’ll explore his ideas of planting and design against the backdrop of a verdant Central Park.