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Springtime Guide to Central Park

It’s spring in Central Park, and we’re celebrating the season with an OFFICIAL Central Park Conservancy Spring Guide.

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Learn Your Cherry Trees

From Yoshinos to Kwanzans to Higans, our official Conservancy guide showcases the best blooms to behold as the weather warms up.

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The Women of the Park

Join us for a special virtual program as we share stories of the women responsible for championing, inspiring, and creating monuments and other memorials in Central Park.

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Discover Central Park's Blooms

Learn what's blooming where and become an expert on your favorite Park plants with our official Bloom & Tree Guide.

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Pups in the Park

They love the Park, and we love them! But our four-legged friends have to follow some rules, just like our human visitors.

Dogs in Central Park
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Explore Our Digital Guide

Available on the free Bloomberg Connects App, our multilingual digital guide features a self-guided auditory introduction to the iconic Belvedere Castle and the Park's North End; multimedia content from Conservancy experts; and more.

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Explore Central Park with the Conservancy as Your Guide

The opportunities to engage with Central Park are as diverse as the City it calls home. The Conservancy's year-round lineup includes daily programs, seasonal and holiday events, educational opportunities, and ways to give back to your 843-acre backyard.