Charter a bus to Central Park

Charter a bus rental to Central Park

Central Park is a sprawling green space in the middle of Manhattan. You really could spend an entire day wandering through the park, so the best way to explore it is to hire a door-to-door shuttle service in New York City that can drop you off at your desired starting point and pick you back up when your feet are thoroughly tired. 

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Why charter a bus for Central Park

Because the park covers a very large area without any main access roads, the best ways to explore Central Park are on foot or by bicycle. When traveling with a group to visit Central Park, it’s best to pick a location where a rental bus can drop you off and pick you up at the end of the day. You can choose from school buses, coach buses, and minibuses, but the best way to go is chartering a door-to-door shuttle service. This way, you can even have your bus pick you up at a different location if you decide to walk from one end of the park to the other. 

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About the Surrounding Area

About the Surrounding Area

The landscaping in Central Park really is an attraction in itself. But there’s a lot to do within the park’s boundaries as well. You can go ice skating at Wollman Rink or channel your inner child while riding the Central Park Carousel. Your group might enjoy lunch at The Loeb Boathouse, where you can also rent a boat for a fun paddle on The Lake. Historical attractions in the park include the Hans Christian Andersen Monument, The Obelisk, and the Huddleston Arch.    Nature lovers will enjoy the scenery throughout the park, but may be especially interested in stopping by the Conservatory Garden, the Arthur Ross Pinetum, or the Hallett Nat...

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About Central Park

Central Park covers a total of 840 acres between 59th and 110th Streets in Manhattan. This makes it the largest park in the city and some might argue that it’s also the most important. Historically, it is one of the first parks in the United States that was designed using the principles of landscape architecture. The original plan for Central Park was designed by architects Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux.    Central Park is historically important to the development of the city as a whole. In the 1840s, the spread of urbanization threatened to consume all of the green spaces on the island. Late in that decade, support for the preservation of the island’s green space had grown widespread and by 1856 the vast majority of the land where Central Park now sits had been purchased for a total of about 5 million dollars.    In 1858, the design plans submitted by Olmsted and Vaux were chosen from amongst 33 others and construction began in earnest. A rumored 5 million trees and shrubs were planted, water supply lines were laid, and roads, trails, bridges, and arches were constructed. Central Park was officially completed and opened in 1876.  

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