When I first heard of this garden I thought it would be huge. But when I actually went there it was quite small. Regardless of that it was beautiful. I highly recommend if you have a short layover like me.
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I live right down the block from this awesome, ever-changing garden. Such an awesome walk around n the morning or evening (though, it closes early, just after dusk). Fountains. Pretty flowers. You betccha!
We love gardens so decided to stop on our hop on hop off bus tour to inspect the conservatory garden. It is beautifully maintained with manicured shrubs which reminded us of the gardens we have visited in Europe. It is not huge but it is...More
On a beautiful late summer day, my sister, niece and I took in the Central Park Conservatory Garden. Two park rangers suggested we go first to the English Garden, which they praised as their favorite. I don't know how to begin to describe the tiny...More
The Central Park is big, so my expectation is high for its Conservatory Garden. It is a bit disappointed by the small size of its pond, the flower beds, the Britain-inspired traditional garden. But here can be a place to escape from all the notices...More
I felt like I was in a garden with God. It is peaceful, quiet, beautiful and serene. I see lots of people sitting on the benches just looking at flowers and plants. There are also future bride and grooms sizing the place. I sat at...More
Even Though it is part of Central Park, The Conservatory Garden is a magnificent gem hidden in plain sight! We arrived and witnessed a new bride & groom capturing a photographic first moment inside the entrance! The serene fountain and architectural designed garden beds as...More
We are so glad that we visited the Conservatory Garden in Central Park. It ended up being our favorite part of the park. It is very well kept and lovely. One tip I have on getting there: take the bus instead of the subway...the bus...More
The gardens are a very lovely and peaceful escape from the hustle of NYC. My teenage daughter and I decided to take the subway to see the gardens. The walk from the closest subway stop (Lexington and 103rd) took us past some housing project areas...More
We walked through the Conservatory Garden in Central Park today and thoroughly enjoy the beauty and the peace on display there. We saw several groups of people similarly enjoying themselves, including a very happy wedding assembly. This small part of the park shows the effects...More