Cenntral Park Maps.com Your source for maps of New York City's Central park






Take a scroll through Central Park

This interactive map works pretty much like the maps at Google Maps or MapQuest. Use the slider on the left to zoom in and out. Use the arrows on the left to move about the map. You can also move about the map by clicking on the map and dragging it while holding down the mouse button. Once you have zoomed in you can also move about the map by dragging the red outline box in the small version of the map on the left to the part of the park you wish to view.

Check the lists below the map if you are trying to find something specific or just want more information.

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Locating Sites on the Map
The following lists can help you locate specific sites, buildings and sculptures within Central Park. After the name of the feature is a number such as E81. This refers to the cross street that is closest to the feature. If there is an E in front of the number the feature will be closer to the east side (right side) of the Park. If it has a W, it's closer to the west side (left side). If just a number appears it will be located somewhere about the middle of the Park.


Park features and areas

Sculptures, fountains and memorials

Buildings with info

Bethesda Terrace: 72

Bow Bridge: 73

Bowling & Croquet Greens: W69

Cedar Hill: E78

Cherry Hill: 72

Conservatory Garden: E105

Conservatory Water: E74

Cop Cot: 60

The Dene: E68

Dramatic Rock Outcrops: E68

East Green: E71

East Meadow: E98

Fort Clinton Site: E107

Fort Fish Site: 106

The Gill: 76

Great Hill: W105

Great Lawn: 82

Harlem Meer: E108

Hecksher Playground: 62

Huddlestone Bridge: 105

Iphigene's Walk: 78

The Lake: 74

Lilac Walk: 69

Literary Walk: 66

The Loch: 104

The Mall: 68

McGowan's Pass: E106

Nature Sancutary: E60

North Meadow: 100

Nutter's Battery Site: E108

The Pond: E60

The Pool: W102

The Ramble: 75

The Ravine: 105

Rhododendron Mile: E91

Ross Pinetum: 85

Rumsey Playfield: E71

Shakespeare Garden: W79

Sheep Meadow: 67

Strawberry Fields: W71

SummerStage: E71

Summit Rock: W83

Tennis Courts: W96

Turtle Pond: 80

Umpire Rock: W62

Vista Rock: 80

Wisteria Pergola: 70

7th Regiment Civil War: W69

107th U.S. Infantry: E67

Alice in Wonderland: E75

Anderson, Hans Christian: E74

Angel of the Waters Fountain: 72

Balto: E67

Beethoven, Ludwig van: 70

Bolívar, Simón: 59

Brisbane, Arthur: E101

Burns, Robert: 66

Cleopatra's Needle: E81

Columbus, Christopher: 66

Dancing Goat: E63

Delacorte Musical Clock: E65

Eagles and Prey: 69

Falconer: W71

Group of Bears: E79

Halleck, Fitz-Greene: 67

Hamilton, Alexander: E83

Herbert, Victor: 70

von Humboldt, Alexander: W77

Hunt, Richard Morris: E71

Imagine Mosaic: W72

Indian Hunter: 66

Jagiello, King Wladyslaw: 79

Lombard Lamp: E59

Maine Monument: W59

Marti, Jose Julian: 59

Mazzini, Guiseppo: W67

Mitchel, John Purroy: E90

Moore, Thomas: E61

Morse, Samuel: E72

Mother Goose: E71

Pilgrim: E72

Queen of Hearts Fountain: E77

Romeo and Juliet: 81

San Martín, José de: 59

Schiller, Johann Christoph Friedrich von: 70

Scott, Sir Walter: 66

Shakespeare, William: 66

Sherman, William Tecumseh: E59

Sims, Dr. J. Marion: E103

Snow Babies: E71

Stead, William Thomas: E91

Still Hunt: 77

The Tempest: 81

Thorvaldsen, Albert Bertel: E97

Webster, Daniel: W71

The Arsenal: E64
Headquarters of the Dept. of Parks and Recreation; WPA murals in lobby; regular exhibits of art and photography relating to the Park and NYC on third floor.
Hours: 9am-5pm, Mon-Fri
Arsenal: more info from the Central Park Conservancy

Belvedere Castle: 79
Information Center; Henry Luce Nature Observatory, nature exhibits.
Hours: Tues-Sun, 10am-5pm, April-Oct; Wed-Sun, 10am-5pm, Nov-March.
Phone:(212) 772-0210

Blockhouse No. 1: W109
Oldest structure in the Park, 1814, not open to the public

Loeb Boathouse: E75
Food and drinks; boat rentals; gondola rides w/reservation; bicycle rentals; for information call (212) 517-2233
Loeb Boathouse: more info from the Central Park Conservancy

The Carousel: 65
$2 per ride. Hours: 10am-6pm daily; Nov-April, weekends only, 10am-4:30pm. Phone: (212) 879-0244

Chess & Checkers: 64
Indoor and outdoor tables, playing pieces available for loan at the Dairy

Children's Zoo: E65
Small wild and domestic animals, (see the Zoo for times)

The Dairy: 65
Visitor's Center/gift shop with information and exhibits about the Park.
Hours: 10am-5pm Mon-Sun. Phone:(212) 794-6564

Dana Discovery Center: E109
Visitor center, environmental education center; loans fishing poles for fishing in the Meer. Open: April-Oct, Tues-Sun, 10am-5pm; Nov-March, Wed-Sun 10am-5pm.
Phone: (212) 860-1370

Delacorte Theater: 80
Free "Shakespeare in the Park" performances, summer evenings.
Phone: (212) 539-8750

Ladies Pavilion: W75

Lasker Pool and Rink: 105
Summer: swimming Winter: ice skating For information on times and admission for either call (212) 534-7639

The Metropolitan Museum of Art: E82
Admission: donation. Hours: Tues-Sun 9:30am- 5:30pm; Fri & Sat closes 9pm; closed Mondays except select holiday Mondays.
The Met: more info from the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Mineral Springs: 69
Food and drinks

Kerbs Model Boat House: E74
Food and drinks; model boat rental

Naumberg Bandshell: 70

North Gate House: 94

North Meadow Recreation Center: 97
Indoor and outdoor activities for youths and adults, handball and basketball courts. Call for hours of operation (212) 348-4867

South Gate House: E86

Swedish Cottage: W79
Marionette theater, call (212) 988-9093 for information on current shows, times and admission.

Tavern on the Green: W66
Visitor's center, gift shop, food vendors

Wollman Rink: 63
Ice skating; skate rental, lockers, and lessons available,
call (212) 439-6900 for hours and admission fees.

Zoo (Wildlife Center): E64
Admission: (includes admission to Children's Zoo); April- Oct: 10am-5pm, Mon-Fri; 10am-5:30pm, Sat &. Sun; Nov-March: 10am- 4:30pm, daily.
For current admission and info call (212) 439-6500.
Zoo: more info from the Central Park Conservancy