I walked along Central Park's literary walk on the way to the theater yesterday, and really enjoyed the play of light on Shakespeare's statue. There was also a street performer playing some pretty incredible music.
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Go have a stroll and enjoy your surroundings. Large trees statues and lots of New Yorkers walking their dogs. have a rest on a bench and soak in the local color.
This part of Central Park is easily found. The literary walk is a tree lined avenue where on the day we went there were various street performers, artists drawing characatures and stalls selling touristy items. You can still see the statues along the way and...More
This was the only area of Central Park that I would recommend to see. It's very peaceful and a nice area to walk through.
We loved our short stroll down Literary Walk, on the Southern end of Central Park's mall. This stretch earned its name from the statues of four literary figures here -- William Shakespeare, Sir Walter Scott, Robert Burns and the only American, poet Fitz-Greene Halleck. I...More
Central Park Literary walk is very beautifully design walkway. I visited in winter and still it gave beautiful nature view
This pedestrian pathway in Central Park is about a quarter of a mile in length. It is lined with American elm trees. Along the way you can see statues of famous writers such as Robert Burns and Sir Walter Scott. The walkway can be found...More
It's a visual delight. I was fortunate enough to be here when the trees were all shades of red, yellow and brown. One can just sit on the benches and admire the wonders of nature. The walk is dotted with statues of literary figures. You...More
This is a beautiful walk, no matter what season, but it is gorgeous when the trees turn color. There are ample benches to sit on and enjoy the scenery and people-watching. I once took a horse drawn carriage ride here when there was 2 feet...More