What better way to enjoy the outdoors in New York City than at one of its scenic parks?
Ride the aquatic carousel, stroll the Perennial Gardens and visit an urban farm, all located at this landmark park.
It's astonishing that the world's most famous park, designed by the great Frederick Law Olmsted, lies in the center of a city of more than 8.5 million people.
Diana Ross, Plácido Domingo and Elton John have performed on the green here.
Enjoy some recreational activity on this meadow.
One-hundred twenty-one countries designate this sanctuary as a Garden of Peace.
The once-crumbling elevated railway along the west side of Lower Manhattan has transformed into one of New York City's most celebrated attractions.
Artists, protesters and other entertaining eccentrics often frequent this park.
A decade ago, it might've seemed insane to navigate New York by bicycle, but times — and the streets — have changed.