Central Park Conservatory Garden at New York, United States

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Central Park Conservatory Garden Review

Central Park Conservatory Garden Conservatory Garden is a formal garden located on 105 Street and Fifth Ave in Central Park. One of the best places to travel, cheapest places to travel. It is near the El Museo del Barrio which is devoted to Latin culture and a personal favorite due to its unique exhibits. There are three distinct sections to the garden each with a different focus - including fountains and covered walkway. This is an incredibly beautiful and tranquil garden at the northern end of Museum Mile. This would be a very long day that could easily be scheduled for two days if you add the Museum of New York or El Museo Del Barrio which are both near this garden.

I don't know how to begin to describe the tiny and then large explosions of color, and hundreds of types of flowers here. It was a feast. Subtle and bright combinations of dark red chrysanthemums, dying Echinacea, swirly-peridot green grasses (what were those?), blue-white-pink morning glories, many roses, fuchsia-purple water lilies, tall, far-reaching grasses... it felt like home and at the same time as if you were visiting a castle in Western Europe. There was a bit of chaos in the orderliness of how the colors were arranged, which felt just right.

I love coming into the Conservatory Gardens in all seasons. There is always something in bloom here and the gardens are so nice to just walk around in or stop by either of the fountains and read a book or just sit and talk.

It is especially beautiful in the Spring and early Summer when all the flowers for that season are in bloom. Even now in the late Summer there is so much in bloom and the gardens are so well designed and colorful it is the perfect place to take pictures and meet up with your friends. Even you can write inspirational article as travel blogger.

After a long stressful day, it is the perfect place to unwind and just relax and let Mother Nature do her thing. It is well worth the visit.

It is kept as a private part of the Central Park with over one thousands species of flowers and shrubs adorned by famous statues created by well-known artists, a few rows of English garden passages and beautiful fountains. It is often used by celebrities for holding special events when the white tents in the middle of lush green grass go up and the park closes temporarily to accommodate its famous visitors. Otherwise, one can visit it from early morning to 6 or 7 pm and ensure to leave before the door are closed for another evening.

By the time I left I was full of good memories and my spirits were high. The visit seemed too short, but I think it will always feel like that. It will be wonderful to return in other seasons to see what other treasures Nature will have for us in the Central Park Conservatory Garden. For me, it's one of the world most beautiful places to visit and take some snaps as travel photography person.

Reviewed by Justin W.

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How to Get to Central Park Conservatory Garden

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  • By car (most of people prefer to travel by car).
  • Walking.

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Open Hours of Central Park Conservatory Garden

Here is the open hours:

Monday      >> 08:00 AM - 07:00 PM
Tuesday      >> 08:00 AM - 07:00 PM (3nd Busiest Time)
Wednesday>> 08:00 AM - 07:00 PM (1st Busiest Time)
Thursday    >> 08:00 AM - 07:00 PM (2nd Busiest Time)
Friday          >> 08:00 AM - 07:00 PM
Saturday     >> 08:00 AM - 07:00 PM
Sunday        >> 08:00 AM - 07:00 PM

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Before and After Visiting Central Park Conservatory Garden

Before visiting Central Park Conservatory Garden, you can visit Bethesda Terrace Central Park.

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Contact Center of Central Park Conservatory Garden

E 104th Street, New York, NY 10029, United States, New York City, United States
(+1212-310-6600
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