Holly Harlayne Roberts,Patrick Edward Roberts

The Sculptures of New York's Central Park

This little book takes you on a guided walking tour to see sixty-five awesome sculptures in New York City’s Central Park. You can see them all in one (or two) days – depending on how much you want to walk. Central Park is filled with artistic and cultural gems – you won’t believe the hidden sculptures you will find. Many lie undisturbed around hills, down ravines, or behind dense brush or topiary. You will feel as though you’re on a treasure hunt as you find them. We suggest you start your tour at the southwestern corner of the park, at Columbus Circle, and walk east across the bottom of the park, then back-and-forth upwardly, mostly on the eastern side of the park, to the northern border. If you want to skip some sculptures and focus on others, the book helps you to see short cuts. A walking tour is a great way to enjoy the fresh air, see the city, get exercise, lose weight, and become cultured – all at the same time. New York has it all. Now you can too!
176 printed pages
Original publication


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