Denesmouth Arch

Denesmouth Arch, with its pale sandstone blocks, was one of Calvert Vaux’s, co-designer of Central Park, earliest arches.

It supports the 65th Street Transverse Road above, and below connects the landscape of the [Dene] with the [Central Park Zoo]. The four elegant posts of Denesmouth Arch were originally topped with four ornate bronze lampposts.