Spring has sprung, so why not experience New York City in all it’s floral glory? Say goodbye to the mounds of snow and embark on a relaxing bike tour of New York’s Central Park with Central Park Sightseeing.
Central Park Sightseeing offers guided tours of the most famous park in America 365 days a year. You might be thinking, it’s just a park? Well, let me tell you, it’s definitely not just a park in a busy city.
Central Park Sightseeing is open for tours during the winter months from January 1 to March 31. Guided tours are available at 9:00 AM, 11:00 AM, and 1:30 PM. During the summer, the guided tours are available from April 1 to October 31 with tours departing at 9:00 AM, 11:00 AM, 1:30 PM, and 4:00 PM.
Central Park is home to some of the best sights in the world. Make sure to have a camera with you as you head out on this tour. There are so many stops that are the perfect picture, it’s hard to tell how many photos you’ll walk away with.
As you bike through Central Park, you’ll probably forget that you are in the middle of Manhattan. The quiet serene ride gives visitors the escape from the honking horns and action that Midtown has to offer.
One of the most iconic memorials will greet you on this tour. The Imagine memorial and Strawberry Fields, built in honor of John Lennon is one of the stops. As you gaze at the memorial, take a moment to take it all in. You’ll be able to bike right up to it.
Among stops, guests will also visit the Cherry Hill Fountain, the Great Lawn, the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir, the Shakespeare Garden, the Alice in Wonderland statue, and the Tavern on the Green.
What’s great about Central Park Sightseeing is that everything you need, is included in your ticket price. That means you will walk up and get a bike, helmet, map, basket, bike lock, and more. All the tour guides are also professionally licensed New York City guides who will really give you that quintessential New York experience.
Tours last approximately two hours and is a great tour for any age. Groups are kept small as tours are fully booked with 20 people. The bike ride will also count for some exercise as well, when guests finish the tour, they will have biked just under seven miles.
If biking isn’t your thing, Central Park sightseeing also offers walking tours, roller blade rentals, pedicab tours, and carriage rides. Take advantage of the best way to see Central Park and all it’s history and visit 365 Tickets USA for your tickets!