Bridge No. 28

Bridge No. 28

Bridge No. 28 is one of Central Park’s three Reservoir bridges. It has earned the nickname “Gothic Bridge” due to its stunning neo-Gothic design, which extends over the bridle path between the northern Reservoir and the Tennis Courts. It was designed in 1864 by Park designer Calvert Vaux.

Nearby

Tennis Courts

West Side at 94th-96th Streets

A view across the reflective surface of the Reservoir

Mid-Park at 85th-96th Streets

Location

Mid-Park at 94th Street

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