20 Photos Of New York’s Beautiful Central Park

Last Updated on November 8, 2020

We were blessed with such beautiful spring weather in April in New York, giving us the perfect opportunity to spend a large part of a day exploring Central Park. The last time we were in New York it was freezing cold at the end of November, so this visit was a refreshing change, not having to freeze our butts off to explore this 843 acre park.

We did a lot of walking and covered a ton of beautiful Central Park. It was honestly the perfect day wandering around in nature and enjoying the sunshine. It was a great little oasis and way to get away from the hustle and bustle of New York and find some peace.

Central Park is the most visited urban park in the United States, and one of the most filmed locations in the world; it really felt at times like we were in a movie from all the popular scenes we could point out.

Take a look at the beauty:

There were SO MANY bikers, walkers, runners!
Teaching Jacob young to always take time to smell the flowers
Spring had begun in Central Park
Tons of people taking advantage of the sun and getting out on the water for a paddle
It was a surreal feeling being in the middle of this view
It was so comfortable and easy to baby wear Jacob – we didn’t even bring a stroller on the trip!
Jacob loves his carrier, but he equally loves Daddy’s shoulders
So calm and peaceful
Great people watching in that spot!
What a feeling to have those huge buildings right before you
Could the day get any more beautiful?
There’s something about the tree branch in the right top corner that just makes this shot for me!
What is the first movie that pops to mind when you see this fountain?
What a gorgeous day!
Even with swarms of people in the park, it is so huge that it’s possible to find some moments to yourself.
A fun bridge tunnel
What a view!
This sight almost had a bit of an eerie vibe to it
In the winter, we had skated on that ice rink.
Beauty is everywhere in Central Park


Have you ever been to Central Park? What were some of your favourite sights?