Fall is such a wonderful time of year and especially in Central Park. Cozy carriage rides, storybook statues, and stunning vistas all make time standstill to truly enjoy nature.
A romantic afternoon row on the lake by Loeb’s Boathouse is perfect way to enjoy the cooler weather.
A melody of whistling breezes and crunchy leaves swirl down the paths.
Families and couples can snuggle under blankets while enjoying a nostalgic carriage ride.
Emma Stebbins, the first woman ever to receive a commission for a major work of art in New York, designed the neoclassical “Angel of the Waters” Bethesda Fountain. The most photographed fountain in New York is the perfect backdrop for wedding photos.
Central Park is an oasis for dogs and humans alike amid the cement, glass and steel skyscrapers.
Squirrels fatten up for the long winter ahead.
The Alice in Wonderland statue has been a favorite for children since 1959.
A fully functional weather station since 1919, Belvedere Castle offers picturesque views over Central Park . Unpredictable weather cannot dampen the aesthetic beauty of Central Park in the fall.