The Conservatory Garden is Central Park’s only formal garden and it is filled with lush landscapes and picturesque scenery. The six acre land includes three different sections, each containing a unique fountain.
The Riverside Park is a scenic waterfront on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. One of the park’s biggest highlights is the Dinosaur Playground. Located on W 97th Street and Riverside Drive, the playground was built between 1934 to 1937, as part of the West Side Improvement Project for the Riverside Park. The playground is famous as home to two fiberglass dinosaurs.
On Thursday July 28, 2016 the Sadie Nash Leadership Project busted out a flash mob to the surprised people of New York City at Grand Central Station. Unlike the flash mobs that some may see in videos on the Internet the purpose of this was to educate people on rape culture in America.
Located between 14th and 17th street along Broadway and Fourth avenue, Union Square Park is one of Manhattan’s most popular spots.
Whether it’s watching two chess masters battle or simply taking in the fine scenery of downtown Manhattan, Washington Square Park has something for everyone.
Hosting their annual Summer Camp Kick Off, New York City Parks and Recreation gathered almost 800 kids at Staten Island for a day filled with games, laughter and exercise.
Bryant Park is a ten-acre gem in Midtown Manhattan between 40th and 42nd street. It isn’t very big but there is plenty to do for New Yorkers of all ages. There are multiple sections of the park that each hosts their own events on a daily basis. Bryant Park is hot spot for people to come on their lunch break so they can sit and enjoy nature on a beautiful day in the city.