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WOW, this castle is a fun little gem in Central Park. It has been expertly restores to its original grandeur for all to appreciate.
If your looking for something to do in NYC be sure to check out Central Park and Belvedere Castle.
Belvedere Castle is located inside Central Park and is a great stop for photos of the lush gardens and vast views. There is even a little pop-up gift shop at the top of a short staircase for maps of Central Park for under $2 and...More
Belvedere Castle is nestled on a hill overlooking a pond and is a fantastic photo opp to record your visit! The castle has 3 stories and you can get beautiful views of the park from many angles on the castle's decks. The trail leading to...More
Belvedere Castles is located inside Central Park and dates back to 1871. It's a nice stop if visiting the park, offering nice views towards the Great Lawn, but wouldn't exactly be a must see in the city. The park recently reopened in June 2019 after...More
The castle was a nice experience and there is no entrance fee if you wish to "climb up". The views from the second floor balcony were very nice. The castle is actually very small, so it does not take a long time to go in...More
This one of my favorite spots in Central Park. Such a well-designed structure with good views everywhere you look. They've done an amazing job restoring it and there's a little gift shop here too. All of the volunteer staff were very pleasant.
Came across this place by accident whilst walking through central park and pleasantly suprised. It's a lovely little spot in Central Park to take in the views from it's viewing platforms. It's not that big - it's a folly rather than a castle - but...More
We walked to the park from the Natural History Museum, but we took the Metro there. Not sure if that is too far of a walk for your travel companion. I do know that when we tried to Uber back, our Uber driver couldn't find... More
We walked to the park from the Natural History Museum, but we took the Metro there. Not sure if that is too far of a walk for your travel companion. I do know that when we tried to Uber back, our Uber driver couldn't find us as some of the roads in the park aren't open to public traffic.