Tickets to the Central Park

About Central Park

Central Park is open daily from 6:00 AM to 1:00 AM.

It's no surprise that Central Park is one of the city's most crowded spots. You can catch some quiet time at the park in the morning before 11:00 AM on weekdays.

  • Discover the landmark of New York City

You cannot imagine New York without Central Park. It is one of the few constants left in the city. Take a walk through a green oasis tucked away in the heart of Manhattan and learn about the pre-park history and the engineering behind the 843 acres of breathtaking landscapes.

  • Enjoy a day out

Explore the legendary places of Central Park, including the Zoo, which is beloved by tourists and locals. The park also has three woodland landscapes that offer serene surroundings, relaxing views of nature, and a peaceful atmosphere. If you're looking for more active outdoor experiences, Central Park is a perfect place for hiking, biking, and even fishing. 

Central Park is 2.5 miles long and 0.5 miles wide, and you can access it from different streets and avenues:

  • On the West — Central Park West
  • On the East — 5th Avenue 
  • On the South — 59th Street on the South
  • On the North — 110th Street

One of the easiest ways to get to Central Park is by train. The nearest subway stations are:

  • 57th Street & 7th Avenue for N, R, and Q trains
  • 59th Street and Columbus Circle for 2, 3, A, B, C, D, 1 trains
  • 72nd, 81st, 86th, 96th, 103rd, and 110th Streets for B and C trains

The self-guided audio tour, created by a local tour guide, is one of the best ways to experience Central Park. Learn more about the park's history, visit iconic places, and discover hidden gems. Enjoy easy navigation and get the most helpful travel tips — all in one app.

What people say about Central Park

August 2023
Fabuleux !
August 2023
very positive
November 2022
August 2021
Thank you so much.

FAQ about Central Park

Tickets are not required to access Central Park.