Jigsaw Puzzles: The Heart of the Park

Soothe your mind and help pass the time with these Park-themed jigsaw puzzles, featuring a few of our favorite sights within Central Park. Share your finished product using #myCentralPark!

 

Romeo and Juliet

The two iconic figures from Shakespeare’s tragedy are shown here sharing a tender moment in the instant before a kiss.

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Shakespeare Garden

Bard fans will recognize flowers from William Shakespeare’s works in this beautiful garden evocative of the English countryside.

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Bow Bridge

Long and low to the water, the graceful Bow Bridge resembles the bow of an archer or a violinist and is famously one of the Parks most romantic spots.

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The Obelisk

Known by some as “Cleopatra’s Needle,” the 3,000-year-old Obelisk is the oldest man-made object in Central Park as well as the oldest outdoor monument in New York City, with an impressively rich history.

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Balto

A heroic sled dog immortalized in bronze, Balto is a beloved fixture in the Park — and also the only Central Park statue to have its honoree present at the unveiling!

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Hernshead Boat Landing

This boat landing is a faithful recreation of the Park’s original rustic and Victorian design and offers visitors views of the Midtown skyline.

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Alice in Wonderland

This whimsical statue has been a fixture of Central Park’s landscape since 1959 and features engraved lines from Lewis Carroll’s poem, “The Jabberwocky.”

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Belvedere Castle

This miniature castle sits atop Vista Rock and looks out over the Great Lawn to the north and the Ramble to the south, offering sweeping views of the Park and its surrounding cityscape.

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Conservatory Water

Kids (and kids at heart) gather at Conservatory Water to steer radio- and wind-powered model boats across its glassy surface, also a highlight of E.B. White’s beloved Stuart Little.

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Bethesda Terrace

With the landmark Fountain at its center, Bethesda Terrace is considered the heart of Central Park and remains seamlessly integrated into Olmsted and Vaux’s original vision for the landscape.

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The Mall 

Lining the Mall, an elegant path that is among the Park’s most photographed spots, is North America’s largest remaining stand of American elms, whose interlocking branches create a stained-glass effect in sunlight. 

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