Central Park is an oasis for New Yorkers who need to take a break from the stresses of the busy city and enjoy the calmness of nature.

Central Park is worth a visit no matter what time of year you travel to New York City, but some things are better in certain seasons.

Things to Do in Central Park in Spring

If you’re visiting NYC in Spring, here are some of the top things to do in Central Park.

See the Cherry Trees Blossom

I especially like a little corner between the Mall and the Balto statue. There’s a little patch of green that’s just perfect for a break in the sunshine!

Remember John Lennon at Strawberry Fields

In the Spring, the memorial is lit up in soft hues from the natural sunlight, and it’s the perfect time of year to place some fresh memorial flowers.

Check Out the Alice in Wonderland Statue

One of the most iconic statues in Central Park is the Alice in Wonderland bronze statue by Spanish-American sculptor José de Creeft.

Check out Belvedere Castle

Belvedere Castle is one of the most iconic monuments in Central Park, so you should make sure you visit here no matter what time of year you travel.

Check out the Conservatory Garden

This is the only formal garden in New York City and one of the most important gardens in the park. This carefully looked-after garden is split into three zones.

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