Central Park remains one of the city's most vital and active landscapes, while still conveying the nineteenth-century transcendentalist ideals of its visionary creators, Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux. A triumph of redesigned nature, the park occupies 843 acres of the world's most valuable real estate, set aside for public use.

Stretching from 59th to 110th streets and between Fifth Avenue and Central Park West, the popular urban paradise—New York City’s backyard—spans 843 lush acres containing woodlands, lawns, gardens, paths and the Central Park Zoo. And, if you are in the mood for romance, try a horse-drawn carriage ride around, or through, Central Park.