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Weeping willows hang low over the grassy banks of the Pool while a rushing waterfall enlivens the serene landscape.
Wisteria Pergola at the Conservatory Garden
Walk up stone steps just beyond the fountain in the Italianate section of Conservatory Garden to find the curved pergola, made of delicate wrought iron and lined with benches that offer beautiful views.
Visit the Conservatory Garden's Untermyer Fountain in fall to witness the sublime burst of color provided by the mums that surround it.
Glen Span Arch
This picturesque arch, which carries the West Drive above while a narrow footpath runs under it along the water, is made from rock blasted from the natural rock outcrops.
Under the cover of soaring treetops, visitors can wander along winding paths of the North Woods’ 40 acres to enjoy the wilderness of the Ravine, birdwatch, or gaze over the waters of the Loch.
Featuring a French-style North Garden, Italianate Center Garden, and English-style South Garden, Conservatory Garden — Central Park’s six-acre formal garden — is one of the hidden wonders of Central Park.
Harlem Meer/Charles A. Dana Center
Nestled off the north shore of the glimmering Harlem Meer, this picturesque visitor center was built by the Conservancy as a place for free educational and community programs, exhibits, and holiday celebrations.