HARLEM. Located at the 105th Street entrance to Central Park, the Conservatory Garden is the park’s only formal garden. The six-acre manicured grounds are surrounded by a wrought-iron gate and feature three distinct European garden styles. The North Garden exemplifies a formal French design, the Central Garden embodies a classic Italian plan, and the South Garden represents an English country garden. A centrally located circular bed blooms with 20,000 tulips in spring and 5,000 chrysanthemums in autumn. The garden was first opened in 1937.
TRAIN: 4, 5, 6 to 103rd St
Address5th Ave and 105th St, Central Park Vanderbilt Gate, New York, NY 10029