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Visite guidée à pied de Central Park à New York - Semi-privé 8 personnes maximum

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Central Park est peut-être le seul parc urbain qui n'a pas besoin d'être présenté. Ce point de repère est aussi important pour les films et les émissions de télévision que pour les vrais New-Yorkais. Lors de cette visite guidée à pied semi-privée, vous pourrez découvrir les caractéristiques emblématiques de ce vaste échantillon de verdure entouré de résidences et d'attractions de plusieurs millions de dollars.
Ville: La ville de New York
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Tour the park rain or shine
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Semi-private walking tour in the park
2.5 Hours Duration
Tour the park rain or shine
Professional tour guide
Semi-private walking tour in the park
Information additionnelle
  • Les voyageurs doivent avoir au moins un niveau de forme physique modéré
  • Des nombres minimums s'appliquent. Cette visite ne se déroulera pas sans un minimum de 2 invités pour répondre aux exigences. Dans ce cas, une autre date ou un remboursement complet vous sera proposé
  • Les enfants doivent être accompagnés d'un adulte
  • Un maximum de 8 personnes par visite autorisée
  • Remarques : L'itinéraire de la visite peut être affecté par des célébrations nationales. Lorsque cela se produit, nous proposerons aux clients un itinéraire alternatif tout en permettant de voir tous les points forts de la visite. Dans ces cas, nous ne sommes pas en mesure de fournir des remboursements ou des remises. Aucun grand sac ou valise n'est autorisé pendant cette visite. Nous recommandons des chaussures confortables, une bouteille d'eau, un parapluie en cas de pluie et un chapeau en été. En raison des mesures de sécurité renforcées dans de nombreuses attractions, certaines ne peuvent pas être visitées de l'intérieur.
À quoi s'attendre
1
Central Park
Explore this 19th-century project that gave city dwellers an escape from urban life. Learn about the statues of prominent figures like Bolivar and Marti, or check out statues of more playful figures like sled-dog Balto and characters from Alice in Wonderland. Cross the charming Gapstow Bridge on your way to the Central Park Zoo. Stroll the tree-lined Mall and discuss the literary figures along its path, ending at the instantly-recognizable Bethesda Terrace and Fountain. Cross Bow Bridge on your way to Strawberry Fields and the Dakota to learn about John Lennon’s final day. Pass by Tavern on the Green—you might want to book dinner for later in the evening—or join the locals in Sheep Meadow, where New Yorkers can kick back and relax.
2
432 Park Avenue
After meeting your guide at the Latin America History equestrian statues on the corner of 6th Avenue and 59 Street, you enter the park. One of the first things you see is the surviving ASPCA horse drinking fountain sited in 1912. This represents the only place in the city where one can bring a horse to drink water if they happen to have one. You then walk west to get a stunning view of the residential skyscrapers that overlook Central Park. Spot the second tallest building in New York behind One World Trade Center.
3
Time Warner Center
You pass Time Warner Center, a mixed-use building complex that consists of two towers bridged by a multi-story atrium. The complex contains upscale retail shops as well as some office and residential flats. Yet another impressive skyscraper that you might want to photograph.
4
Bow Bridge
Afterwards, you visit Bow Bridge, the largest bridge in the park. It is a cast iron bridge, decorated with Classical Greek refinement. While other bridges in the park are inconspicuous, Bow Bridge is made to stand out from its surroundings, and is decorated with an interlocking circles banister and intricate elements underneath the arch span.
5
Gapstow Bridge
Another bridge you come across during your tour is the beautiful Gapstow Bridge that was initially built in 1874. The bridge provides one of the best views of the New York City skyline, offering an ideal perspective on the city.
6
Turtle Pond
You can make your way to the Great Lawn, a 55-acre site that is considered one of the most famous lawns in the world. The Lawn is a great place to have a picnic on a spring afternoon or catch some rays in summer. Close by you see the Turtle Pond, where many of the park’s turtles live.
7
The Dakota
The Dakota is perhaps the most famous cooperative building in the city. Constructed in 1884, it still maintains much of its original character. John Lennon, former Beatles member, lived here until his murder in the archway of the building in 1980.
8
Strawberry Fields, John Lennon Memorial
Strawberry Fields is a 2.5-acre area in Central Park that pays tribute to the late Beatle, John Lennon. A designated quiet area in the park, Strawberry Fields is lined with elm trees, shrubs, flowers and rocks, making it a tranquil, picturesque site.
9
Bethesda Fountain
The Angel of Bethesda atop of Bethesda Fountain is on view next. Located in the center of Bethesda Terrace, the angel became New York City’s first major piece of public art commissioned from a woman.
10
Central Park Zoo
Finally, end your tour at the Central Park Zoo, at the southeast corner of Central Park. Here, you can either stay and enjoy the stunning landscapes of the park, or your guide can accompany you to the nearest subway.
11
Central Park
Explore this 19th-century project that gave city dwellers an escape from urban life. Learn about the statues of prominent figures like Bolivar and Marti, or check out statues of more playful figures like sled-dog Balto and characters from Alice in Wonderland. Cross the charming Gapstow Bridge on your way to the Central Park Zoo. Stroll the tree-lined Mall and discuss the literary figures along its path, ending at the instantly-recognizable Bethesda Terrace and Fountain. Cross Bow Bridge on your way to Strawberry Fields and the Dakota to learn about John Lennon’s final day. Pass by Tavern on the Green—you might want to book dinner for later in the evening—or join the locals in Sheep Meadow, where New Yorkers can kick back and relax.
12
432 Park Avenue
After meeting your guide at the Latin America History equestrian statues on the corner of 6th Avenue and 59 Street, you enter the park. One of the first things you see is the surviving ASPCA horse drinking fountain sited in 1912. This represents the only place in the city where one can bring a horse to drink water if they happen to have one. You then walk west to get a stunning view of the residential skyscrapers that overlook Central Park. Spot the second tallest building in New York behind One World Trade Center.
13
Time Warner Center
You pass Time Warner Center, a mixed-use building complex that consists of two towers bridged by a multi-story atrium. The complex contains upscale retail shops as well as some office and residential flats. Yet another impressive skyscraper that you might want to photograph.
14
Bow Bridge
Afterwards, you visit Bow Bridge, the largest bridge in the park. It is a cast iron bridge, decorated with Classical Greek refinement. While other bridges in the park are inconspicuous, Bow Bridge is made to stand out from its surroundings, and is decorated with an interlocking circles banister and intricate elements underneath the arch span.
15
Gapstow Bridge
Another bridge you come across during your tour is the beautiful Gapstow Bridge that was initially built in 1874. The bridge provides one of the best views of the New York City skyline, offering an ideal perspective on the city.
16
Turtle Pond
You can make your way to the Great Lawn, a 55-acre site that is considered one of the most famous lawns in the world. The Lawn is a great place to have a picnic on a spring afternoon or catch some rays in summer. Close by you see the Turtle Pond, where many of the park’s turtles live.
17
The Dakota
The Dakota is perhaps the most famous cooperative building in the city. Constructed in 1884, it still maintains much of its original character. John Lennon, former Beatles member, lived here until his murder in the archway of the building in 1980.
18
Strawberry Fields, John Lennon Memorial
Strawberry Fields is a 2.5-acre area in Central Park that pays tribute to the late Beatle, John Lennon. A designated quiet area in the park, Strawberry Fields is lined with elm trees, shrubs, flowers and rocks, making it a tranquil, picturesque site.
19
Bethesda Fountain
The Angel of Bethesda atop of Bethesda Fountain is on view next. Located in the center of Bethesda Terrace, the angel became New York City’s first major piece of public art commissioned from a woman.
20
Central Park Zoo
Finally, end your tour at the Central Park Zoo, at the southeast corner of Central Park. Here, you can either stay and enjoy the stunning landscapes of the park, or your guide can accompany you to the nearest subway.
21
Central Park
Explore this 19th-century project that gave city dwellers an escape from urban life. Learn about the statues of prominent figures like Bolivar and Marti, or check out statues of more playful figures like sled-dog Balto and characters from Alice in Wonderland. Cross the charming Gapstow Bridge on your way to the Central Park Zoo. Stroll the tree-lined Mall and discuss the literary figures along its path, ending at the instantly-recognizable Bethesda Terrace and Fountain. Cross Bow Bridge on your way to Strawberry Fields and the Dakota to learn about John Lennon’s final day. Pass by Tavern on the Green—you might want to book dinner for later in the evening—or join the locals in Sheep Meadow, where New Yorkers can kick back and relax.
22
432 Park Avenue
After meeting your guide at the Latin America History equestrian statues on the corner of 6th Avenue and 59 Street, you enter the park. One of the first things you see is the surviving ASPCA horse drinking fountain sited in 1912. This represents the only place in the city where one can bring a horse to drink water if they happen to have one. You then walk west to get a stunning view of the residential skyscrapers that overlook Central Park. Spot the second tallest building in New York behind One World Trade Center.
23
Time Warner Center
You pass Time Warner Center, a mixed-use building complex that consists of two towers bridged by a multi-story atrium. The complex contains upscale retail shops as well as some office and residential flats. Yet another impressive skyscraper that you might want to photograph.
24
Bow Bridge
Afterwards, you visit Bow Bridge, the largest bridge in the park. It is a cast iron bridge, decorated with Classical Greek refinement. While other bridges in the park are inconspicuous, Bow Bridge is made to stand out from its surroundings, and is decorated with an interlocking circles banister and intricate elements underneath the arch span.
25
Gapstow Bridge
Another bridge you come across during your tour is the beautiful Gapstow Bridge that was initially built in 1874. The bridge provides one of the best views of the New York City skyline, offering an ideal perspective on the city.
26
Turtle Pond
You can make your way to the Great Lawn, a 55-acre site that is considered one of the most famous lawns in the world. The Lawn is a great place to have a picnic on a spring afternoon or catch some rays in summer. Close by you see the Turtle Pond, where many of the park’s turtles live.
27
The Dakota
The Dakota is perhaps the most famous cooperative building in the city. Constructed in 1884, it still maintains much of its original character. John Lennon, former Beatles member, lived here until his murder in the archway of the building in 1980.
28
Strawberry Fields, John Lennon Memorial
Strawberry Fields is a 2.5-acre area in Central Park that pays tribute to the late Beatle, John Lennon. A designated quiet area in the park, Strawberry Fields is lined with elm trees, shrubs, flowers and rocks, making it a tranquil, picturesque site.
29
Bethesda Fountain
The Angel of Bethesda atop of Bethesda Fountain is on view next. Located in the center of Bethesda Terrace, the angel became New York City’s first major piece of public art commissioned from a woman.
30
Central Park Zoo
Finally, end your tour at the Central Park Zoo, at the southeast corner of Central Park. Here, you can either stay and enjoy the stunning landscapes of the park, or your guide can accompany you to the nearest subway.
31
Central Park
Explore this 19th-century project that gave city dwellers an escape from urban life. Learn about the statues of prominent figures like Bolivar and Marti, or check out statues of more playful figures like sled-dog Balto and characters from Alice in Wonderland. Cross the charming Gapstow Bridge on your way to the Central Park Zoo. Stroll the tree-lined Mall and discuss the literary figures along its path, ending at the instantly-recognizable Bethesda Terrace and Fountain. Cross Bow Bridge on your way to Strawberry Fields and the Dakota to learn about John Lennon’s final day. Pass by Tavern on the Green—you might want to book dinner for later in the evening—or join the locals in Sheep Meadow, where New Yorkers can kick back and relax.
32
432 Park Avenue
After meeting your guide at the Latin America History equestrian statues on the corner of 6th Avenue and 59 Street, you enter the park. One of the first things you see is the surviving ASPCA horse drinking fountain sited in 1912. This represents the only place in the city where one can bring a horse to drink water if they happen to have one. You then walk west to get a stunning view of the residential skyscrapers that overlook Central Park. Spot the second tallest building in New York behind One World Trade Center.
33
Time Warner Center
You pass Time Warner Center, a mixed-use building complex that consists of two towers bridged by a multi-story atrium. The complex contains upscale retail shops as well as some office and residential flats. Yet another impressive skyscraper that you might want to photograph.
34
Bow Bridge
Afterwards, you visit Bow Bridge, the largest bridge in the park. It is a cast iron bridge, decorated with Classical Greek refinement. While other bridges in the park are inconspicuous, Bow Bridge is made to stand out from its surroundings, and is decorated with an interlocking circles banister and intricate elements underneath the arch span.
35
Gapstow Bridge
Another bridge you come across during your tour is the beautiful Gapstow Bridge that was initially built in 1874. The bridge provides one of the best views of the New York City skyline, offering an ideal perspective on the city.
36
Turtle Pond
You can make your way to the Great Lawn, a 55-acre site that is considered one of the most famous lawns in the world. The Lawn is a great place to have a picnic on a spring afternoon or catch some rays in summer. Close by you see the Turtle Pond, where many of the park’s turtles live.
37
The Dakota
The Dakota is perhaps the most famous cooperative building in the city. Constructed in 1884, it still maintains much of its original character. John Lennon, former Beatles member, lived here until his murder in the archway of the building in 1980.
38
Strawberry Fields, John Lennon Memorial
Strawberry Fields is a 2.5-acre area in Central Park that pays tribute to the late Beatle, John Lennon. A designated quiet area in the park, Strawberry Fields is lined with elm trees, shrubs, flowers and rocks, making it a tranquil, picturesque site.
39
Bethesda Fountain
The Angel of Bethesda atop of Bethesda Fountain is on view next. Located in the center of Bethesda Terrace, the angel became New York City’s first major piece of public art commissioned from a woman.
40
Central Park Zoo
Finally, end your tour at the Central Park Zoo, at the southeast corner of Central Park. Here, you can either stay and enjoy the stunning landscapes of the park, or your guide can accompany you to the nearest subway.
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Parc central
Explorez ce projet du XIXe siècle qui a permis aux citadins de s'évader de la vie urbaine. Découvrez les statues de personnages éminents comme Bolivar et Marti, ou découvrez les statues de personnages plus ludiques comme le chien de traîneau Balto et les personnages d'Alice au pays des merveilles. Traversez le charmant pont Gapstow pour vous rendre au zoo de Central Park. Promenez-vous dans le centre commercial bordé d'arbres et discutez des personnages littéraires le long de son chemin, en terminant par la terrasse et la fontaine Bethesda immédiatement reconnaissables. Traversez Bow Bridge en direction de Strawberry Fields et du Dakota pour en savoir plus sur le dernier jour de John Lennon. Passez par Tavern on the Green - vous voudrez peut-être réserver un dîner pour plus tard dans la soirée - ou rejoignez les habitants de Sheep Meadow, où les New-Yorkais peuvent se détendre et se détendre.
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432, avenue du Parc
Après avoir rencontré votre guide devant les statues équestres de l'histoire de l'Amérique latine au coin de la 6e avenue et de la 59e rue, vous entrez dans le parc. L'une des premières choses que vous voyez est la fontaine à boire pour chevaux de l'ASPCA, située en 1912. C'est le seul endroit de la ville où l'on peut amener un cheval à boire de l'eau s'il en a un. Vous marchez ensuite vers l'ouest pour avoir une vue imprenable sur les gratte-ciel résidentiels qui surplombent Central Park. Repérez le deuxième plus haut bâtiment de New York derrière le One World Trade Center.
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Centre TimeWarner
Vous passez devant le Time Warner Center, un complexe de bâtiments à usage mixte composé de deux tours reliées par un atrium à plusieurs étages. Le complexe contient des magasins de détail haut de gamme ainsi que des bureaux et des appartements résidentiels. Encore un autre gratte-ciel impressionnant que vous voudrez peut-être photographier.
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Pont en arc
Ensuite, vous visitez Bow Bridge, le plus grand pont du parc. C'est un pont en fonte, décoré avec le raffinement grec classique. Alors que les autres ponts du parc sont discrets, Bow Bridge est conçu pour se démarquer de son environnement et est décoré d'une rampe de cercles imbriqués et d'éléments complexes sous la travée de l'arche.
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Pont de Gapstow
Un autre pont que vous rencontrerez au cours de votre visite est le magnifique pont Gapstow qui a été initialement construit en 1874. Le pont offre l'une des meilleures vues sur les toits de New York, offrant une perspective idéale sur la ville.
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Étang aux tortues
Vous pouvez vous rendre à la Great Lawn, un site de 55 acres considéré comme l'une des pelouses les plus célèbres au monde. La pelouse est un endroit idéal pour pique-niquer un après-midi de printemps ou prendre quelques rayons en été. À proximité, vous verrez le Turtle Pond, où vivent de nombreuses tortues du parc.
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Le Dakota
Le Dakota est peut-être le bâtiment coopératif le plus célèbre de la ville. Construit en 1884, il conserve encore une grande partie de son caractère d'origine. John Lennon, ancien membre des Beatles, a vécu ici jusqu'à son meurtre sous la voûte du bâtiment en 1980.
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Champs de fraises, John Lennon Memorial
Strawberry Fields est une zone de 2,5 acres de Central Park qui rend hommage au regretté Beatle, John Lennon. Zone tranquille désignée dans le parc, Strawberry Fields est bordée d'ormes, d'arbustes, de fleurs et de rochers, ce qui en fait un site tranquille et pittoresque.
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Fontaine Bethesda
L'ange de Bethesda au sommet de la fontaine de Bethesda est ensuite exposé. Situé au centre de Bethesda Terrace, l'ange est devenu la première grande œuvre d'art public de New York commandée à une femme.
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Zoo de Central Park
Enfin, terminez votre visite au zoo de Central Park, à l'angle sud-est de Central Park. Ici, vous pouvez soit rester et profiter des magnifiques paysages du parc, soit votre guide peut vous accompagner jusqu'au métro le plus proche.
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Commentaires (1)
Pamela Y
Jun 2019
Great job by Jeff. Tour just the right length. Jeff gave us the history of the park along with photos of what the area looked like before, during, and after construction. Very interesting.

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