Make the most of your visit to Central Park! From how to get here to where to find friendly Central Park Conservancy staff, here's what to know. And while you're here, don't forget our tips on how to visit the Park responsibly.
Central Park is located in New York City, and stretches from 59th Street to 110th Street, between Fifth Avenue and Central Park West.
Getting to Central Park
B, C, 2, and 3 on the north side
1, 2, 3, B, and C trains along the west side
4, 5, 6 trains along the east side
A, B, C, D, 1, N, R, and Q trains on the south side
M1, M2, M3, M4 on the east side
M10, M72 on the west side
Open daily, 6:00 am—1:00 am
Visitor centers are staffed with knowledgeable staff who give visitors directions, maps, and information about Central Park.
Each Central Park restroom is maintained by either the Conservancy or another organization. Some are closed in the winter.
Visitors can enjoy dining experiences, from snack bars to table service, throughout the Park.
Planning to picnic or barbecue? Visiting with your dog? The Park needs you to play by the rules.
Be sure to consult our Alerts and Closures page for last-minute updates.
Things to Do
The opportunities to engage with Central Park are as diverse as the City it calls home. Head over to our Things to Do page for more listings like these.
Things to DoGet an insider's look at Central Park from the people who know it best.
Things to DoPlan your perfect day with our guides to exploring Central Park.
Things to DoBring the whole family for free, kid-friendly activities in Central Park.
Things to DoDiscover Central Park's secrets with our multilingual Digital Guide app.