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Mon 25 May

Discovery Walk for Families: The North Woods

Take a kid-friendly hike through the North Woods to learn about the plants, trees, and wildlife of this woodland retreat.

11:00 am

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Tue 26 May

The Ramble Tour

Step away from the City and take refuge in Central Park’s serene Ramble, a 36-acre woodland featuring cascades and tree-covered pathways.

2:00 pm

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Wed 27 May

Seneca Village Tour

Before Central Park was built, the area from West 83rd to West 89th Street was home to Seneca Village, the largest community of African-American property owners in New York. Learn about its history, the lives of its residents, and what new archaeological discoveries have revealed about this remarkable community.

2:00 pm

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Fri 29 May

Statues and Monuments Tour

Over the last 160 years, more than 50 statues and monuments have been installed in Central Park. Learn more about the people and ideas that inspired them, and how these celebrated monuments reflect the diverse cultures of New York City.

12:00 pm

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Sat 30 May

Discovery Walk for Families: The Ramble

Get "lost" with us in the Ramble! Explore how this carefully planned woodland provides habitat for a variety of wildlife.

11:00 am

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Conservatory Garden Tour

Explore thousands of blooms from all over the world in Conservatory Garden, and learn about what it takes to maintain the Park’s famous floral displays.

11:00 am

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The Ramble Tour

Step away from the City and take refuge in Central Park’s serene Ramble, a 36-acre woodland featuring cascades and tree-covered pathways.

12:00 pm

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The Belvedere: Beautiful View Tour

Enjoy the sweeping vistas of the Great Lawn from the newly restored Belvedere Castle while learning about its history and preservation.

2:00 pm

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Sun 31 May

Seneca Village Tour

Before Central Park was built, the area from West 83rd to West 89th Street was home to Seneca Village, the largest community of African-American property owners in New York. Learn about its history, the lives of its residents, and what new archaeological discoveries have revealed about this remarkable community.

12:00 pm

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