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Central Park Horse & Carriage Ride

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Climb into a lavishly decorated carriage with plush seating for a ride through Central Park. With the clip-clop of the horse’s hooves in the background, visit the cascading Angel of the Waters sculpture, see the John Lennon memorial, and circle the fountain at Cherry Hill.

Tour one of Manhattan’s most beautiful places in a posh horse-drawn carriage. With a knowledgeable driver to regale with you tales of the park's past, cruise by the Dairy, where New York's children once came to get fresh milk, watch the up-and-down of horses on the Carousel, and pass by the statue of William Shakespeare. At the Bethesda Fountain and the Angel of the Waters sculpture, pause to snap memorable photos and then head toward Cherry Hill.

Surrounded by cherry and gingko trees, Cherry Hill’s carriage turn finds you where wealthy 19th-century New Yorkers showed off their fine buggies. Head to the top of the hill and see the Imagine mosaic at Strawberry Fields, and listen as your guide explains its significance as paired with the John Lennon memorial.

Clop by the English lawn-bowling court, admire the bronze statue of General William Tecumseh Sherman, and the bust of Italian philosopher Giuseppe Mazzini. Your ride ends as the legendary restaurant Tavern on the Green comes into view, backed by 55 Central Park West.

Climb into a lavishly decorated carriage with plush seating for a ride through Central Park. With the clip-clop of the horse’s hooves in the background, visit the cascading Angel of the Waters sculpture, see the John Lennon memorial, and circle the fountain at Cherry Hill.

Tour one of Manhattan’s most beautiful places in a posh horse-drawn carriage. With a knowledgeable driver to regale with you tales of the park's past, cruise by the Dairy, where New York's children once came to get fresh milk, watch the up-and-down of horses on the Carousel, and pass by the statue of William Shakespeare. At the Bethesda Fountain and the Angel of the Waters sculpture, pause to snap memorable photos and then head toward Cherry Hill.

Surrounded by cherry and gingko trees, Cherry Hill’s carriage turn finds you where wealthy 19th-century New Yorkers showed off their fine buggies. Head to the top of the hill and see the Imagine mosaic at Strawberry Fields, and listen as your guide explains its significance as paired with the John Lennon memorial.

Clop by the English lawn-bowling court, admire the bronze statue of General William Tecumseh Sherman, and the bust of Italian philosopher Giuseppe Mazzini. Your ride ends as the legendary restaurant Tavern on the Green comes into view, backed by 55 Central Park West.

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Central Park Horse & Carriage Ride

Activity Location

Central Park

New York

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Central Park South

    59th Street & 6th Avenue

    New York


Highlights

  • Lavish horse-drawn carriage ride through Central Park

  • Bethesda Fountain & Angel of the Waters sculpture

  • Chance to see iconic Victorian-style Cherry Hill fountain

  • Route passes John Lennon memorial & the Imagine mosaic

  • Flexible redemption policy so you can ride on your schedule


Inclusions

  • Guided horse and carriage ride in Central Park

  • Live tour commentary provided in English


Exclusions

  • Gratuities


Know Before You Book

  • Maximum group size is 4 adults, or 3 adults and 2 children 11 and younger.

  • Hours of operation are 10 AM–11 PM daily; between 5 PM and 6:30 PM daily there are fewer carriages than normal due to the driver shift change.

  • Gratuity is not included and is left to individual discretion.


Central Park Horse & Carriage Ride ratings based on 62 Verified Reviews

Verified Reviews

3.7 out of 5

1/5 Sep 15, 2018

When i got to central park Horse & Carriage Ride i was told it was cancelled by Expedia in may I will be phine Expedia when Office opens ONE UNHAPPY CUSTOMERN DATE 18/09/2018 Mrs Debbie Scott

Debbie Scott

United Kingdom

2/5 May 21, 2018

The cost I paid through Expedia was higher than if I walked up same day, was not 20 minutes long maybe 10.

Christine L

United States