Visit the Zoo, or enjoy lunch at the newly restored Loeb Boathouse. Wear your fancy hat at the annual Frederick Law Olmsted Annual Awards and Fancy Hat Luncheon. Or nap on one of Central Park's 9,000 benches.
If you’ve ever wondered how many squirrels live in New York City’s Central Park, there’s finally an answer: 2,373. Per the Atlantic's CityLab's Linda Poon:
That number comes from the first squirrel census of Manhattan’s largest park, conducted by Jamie Allen and more than 300 volunteers who made it their mission to count and observe the rodents living in the 843 acres of green space.
Since 1862, FAO Schwarz has been the landmark destination for children and their parents worldwide The new FAO invites your inner child to reawaken at 30 Rockefeller Plaza, 50th Street and Rockefeller Center! Big Imagination for Kids of All Ages!
Come take a look at the magical Fall colors in the Park!
Every day, for every age group and interest, Central Park hosts a number of wonderful teaching and learning events. Click the calendar here!