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Central Park Photo Spots

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The most Instagrammable spots in Central park, New York City.

The most Instagrammable spots in Central park, New York City.
Photo by Gian Carlo Stigliano of Expansive Media

Central Park is one of the most beautiful spots in New York City and also one of the most breathtaking parks in the world. If you travel to the Big Apple, you cannot miss out on visiting Central Park in Uptown Manhattan.

The most Instagrammable spots in Central park, New York City.

If you’ve been following me for a while, you know that I come from the New York City area. I have been all over New York and also compiled a list of 101 things to do in New York City. Even though I have been all over the city, I will admit that it took me 28 years to fully explore Central Park. This past November, my cousin Carlo of Expansive Media and I wandered through the park and found the most photogenic and “Instagrammable” spots for all.

The most Instagrammable spots in Central park, New York City.
Photo by Gian Carlo Stigliano of Expansive Media

Now, there is so much to this park that I know I will most likely miss out on a few places. If you think I missed an iconic photo spot in Central Park, please comment below! Overall, I think Central Park is absolutely great for those looking for a peaceful and quiet place located within the hustle and bustle of Manhattan; solo travelers looking to see the beauty of New York City’s grandest park; couples looking for a romantic escape (Central Park is even special for a proposal or wedding); families looking to have a fun-filled and adventurous day and friend groups looking to hold a picnic.

The most Instagrammable spots in Central park, New York City.
Photo by Gian Carlo Stigliano of Expansive Media

In addition to everything Central Park offers, it is also super photogenic! Also, not only is Central Park beautiful during autumn, it is also amazing during the winter, spring and summer.

The most Instagrammable spots in Central park, New York City.

In this blog post, discover the best places to take photos in Central Park.

**Please note that this blog post uses affiliate links meaning that if you make a purchase via my affiliate link, I receive a small commission at no additional cost to you. I only promote and talk about products and services that I have used and like.


Getting to the Park:

The most Instagrammable spots in Central park, New York City.
Photo by Gian Carlo Stigliano of Expansive Media

Starting from Midtown Manhattan, Central Park begins at 59th Street and goes all the way Uptown to 110th Street. There are so many ways you could get to the park from all throughout the city, but my number one recommendation is to learn the New York City Subway, it will make your life so easy and convenient!

The most Instagrammable spots in Central park, New York City.
Photo by Gian Carlo Stigliano of Expansive Media

If it’s a beautiful day in New York City, I recommend walking to Central Park, but if you take the subway, the best trains to take are the N, R, Q with stops at 57th Street and 7th Avenue. The other trains are the 2 and 3 that stop at 59th Street, Columbus Circle along with Broadway, 72nd, 96th and 110th Streets; B and C trains at 72nd, 81st, 86th, 96th, 103rd and 110th Streets as well as trains A, B, C, D and 1 that goes to Broadway, 66th, 72nd, 86th, 96th, 103rd and 110th Streets.

The most Instagrammable spots in Central park, New York City.
Photo by Gian Carlo Stigliano of Expansive Media

Even though I rarely take the bus in New York City, the buses that you could take to get to Central Park are the M10 that runs along north and south along Central Park West; M1, M2, M3 and M4 on the east side that run along 5th Avenue and north along Madison Avenue; M57, M66, M72, M79, M86, M96, M106 and M116 that run West to East and vice versa along 57th, 66th, 72nd, 79th, 86th, 96th, 106th and 110th Streets; M20 from Penn Station that goes from West 34th Street station towards Lincoln Center and lastly, you could take the Q32 from Grand Central Station that goes from Madison Avenue and East 42nd Street station heading towards Jackson Heights, Queens to 5th Avenue and Central Park South.

What to do in Central Park:

The most Instagrammable spots in Central park, New York City.

There is so much to do in Central Park.  Yes, even though this blog post is about the most Instagrammable spots in the park, I think it is also important to go over everything else you could do during your time there. Below is a list of fun things you could do in Central Park:

Taylor’s Year in Review 2019. Top Moments, Highlights and Lessons Learned in 2019.

Click here to discover more activities to do in New York City. Also, click here to see the city’s sightseeing passes you could get in New York.

Most Instagrammable Spots in Central Park:

Taylor’s Year in Review 2019. Top Moments, Highlights and Lessons Learned in 2019.
Photo by Gian Carlo Stigliano of Expansive Media

Bethesda Terrace Arcade (Geo Coordinates: 40.774048, -73.970333):

Taylor’s Year in Review 2019. Top Moments, Highlights and Lessons Learned in 2019.
Photo by Gian Carlo Stigliano of Expansive Media

One of the most beautiful spots in Central Park and also a gem within New York City is Bethesda Terrace Arcade. It is an arched, interior walkway in the middle of Central Park that links The Mall to Bethesda Fountain and the Central Park Lake. This timeless arcade features stunning tiled ceilings that were originally used on the floors of European cathedrals. The beauty of Bethesda Arcade makes for a great Instagram spot. Plus, you could also find spots without other people getting in your way.

Bethesda Fountain (Geo Coordinates: 40.774600, -73.970650):

Taylor’s Year in Review 2019. Top Moments, Highlights and Lessons Learned in 2019.
Photo by Gian Carlo Stigliano of Expansive Media

Known as one of the largest fountains in New York City, the Bethesda Fountain features a gorgeous 96-foot wide fountain with a neoclassical sculpture known as the Angel of Waters, which is an 8-foot bronze angel that represents health, purity, temperance and peace. Overall, the fountain commemorates the 1842 opening of the Croton Aqueduct, which supplied New York City with fresh water. The Bethesda Fountain is absolutely gorgeous and you can’t miss out on a photo opportunity here.

Bow Bridge (Geo Coordinates: 40.776208, -73.971663):

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Photo by Gian Carlo Stigliano of Expansive Media

The most romantic bridge in New York City is the Bow Bridge in Central Park. This beautiful Victorian bridge goes over Central Park’s Lake. Bow Bridge has been a magnificent setting in films such as Manhattan, The Way We Were and Keeping the Faith. The beautiful bridge makes for a perfect Instagram photo opp since it features cast iron and designed with Classical Greek refinement. It spans 60 feet and has a South American hardwood walkway.

Wagner Cove (Geo Coordinates: 40.775005, -73.973329):

Taylor’s Year in Review 2019. Top Moments, Highlights and Lessons Learned in 2019.
Photo by Gian Carlo Stigliano of Expansive Media

A hidden treasure to Central Park is Wagner Cove. It is a picturesque location on the edge of the lake with a rustic shelter that is both peaceful and romantic. (It is also the perfect proposal spot!) The reason why Wagner Cove makes for a great Instagram spot is because the lighting is perfect, it is surrounded by trees, water and flowers.

Strawberry Fields (Geo Coordinates: 40.775837, -73.974709):

Taylor’s Year in Review 2019. Top Moments, Highlights and Lessons Learned in 2019.
Photo by Gian Carlo Stigliano of Expansive Media

Another lesser-known spot in Central Park are the Strawberry Fields that has hidden gems like this woodland walkway and it also pays tribute to the late Beatles‘ singer, songwriter, musician and peace activist – John Lennon. It is absolutely beautiful and obviously is a great place to get that shot in. (Click here to read about another John Lennon tribute landmark in Prague.)

Wood Chip Vantage Point (Geo Coordinates: 40.776121, -73.971339):

Taylor’s Year in Review 2019. Top Moments, Highlights and Lessons Learned in 2019.
Photo by Gian Carlo Stigliano of Expansive Media

After you walk across the Bow Bridge, you will find a scenic spot along Central Park’s Lake called Wood Chip Vantage Point. It is absolutely stunning and captures gorgeous views of Manhattan’s skyscrapers. It is a perfect photo opportunity!

The Lake Viewing Area (Geo Coordinates: 40.776653, -73.971929):

Taylor’s Year in Review 2019. Top Moments, Highlights and Lessons Learned in 2019.
Photo by Gian Carlo Stigliano of Expansive Media

Also located past the Bow Bridge and heading towards The Ramble area of the park is the Lake Viewing Area and walking trails. It is the perfect area to get more nature shots as well as photos walking through the woods.

The Ramble (Geo Coordinates: 40.777804, -73.969458):

Taylor’s Year in Review 2019. Top Moments, Highlights and Lessons Learned in 2019.
Photo by Gian Carlo Stigliano of Expansive Media

If you are looking to get your nature shot in Central Park, definitely head to The Ramble. Here, you could find waterfalls, streams, woodland paths, a maze and more.

Shakespeare Garden (Geo Coordinates: 40.779965, -73.970016):

Taylor’s Year in Review 2019. Top Moments, Highlights and Lessons Learned in 2019.
Photo by Gian Carlo Stigliano of Expansive Media

A lovely spot to not miss out on when you are taking Instagram photos in Central Park is the Shakespeare Garden. It is a less-frequented attraction in Central Park and it allows for a relaxing afternoon where you could admire seasonal flora, gardens and more. The Shakespeare Garden covers four acres of plants that change every season. Included among the plants are rosemary and pansies that are alluded by Ophelia in Hamlet.

Belvedere Castle (Geo Coordinates: 40.779673, -73.969147):

Taylor’s Year in Review 2019. Top Moments, Highlights and Lessons Learned in 2019.

Meaning “beautiful view” in Italian, Central Park’s Belvedere Castle offers park goers with panoramic views that include iconic landmarks. The castle was intended to be a Victorian Folly, a fantasy structure that provides a great backdrop and views, but without a real intended purpose. It is enchanting and definitely photo worthy!

The Mall (Geo Coordinates: 40.772669, -73.971612):

Taylor’s Year in Review 2019. Top Moments, Highlights and Lessons Learned in 2019.
Photo by Gian Carlo Stigliano of Expansive Media

Spanning from 66th to 72nd Street in Central Park, The Mall is a walkway that leads to the beautiful Bethesda Terrace. The Mall was specially designed to accommodate the width of carriages passing through. Around the turn of the century, these carriages would drop off their wealthy inhabitants at The Mall’s starting point, where they could enjoy the beautiful nature of the park and mingle with those of a lesser status. Nowadays, The Mall is a gathering place for tourists, locals, street performers, skateboarders, artists and more. It may be tough to get this place to yourself, but it is definitely worth it to get a shot here.


Taylor’s Year in Review 2019. Top Moments, Highlights and Lessons Learned in 2019.
Photo by Gian Carlo Stigliano of Expansive Media

I hope you all enjoyed finding the most “Instagrammable” spots in Central Park of Manhattan, New York. If you have any questions, please email me at [email protected].

Taylor’s Year in Review 2019. Top Moments, Highlights and Lessons Learned in 2019.
Photo by Gian Carlo Stigliano of Expansive Media

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12 Comments

  1. Kim Deer on January 12, 2020 at 7:50 pm

    Stunning photos of you by our talented cousin Gian Carlo ~ Central Park is so beautiful and there is so much to see and do all seasons! So close to us~ we are very lucky to live so close to this amazing city! 🍎NYC♥️ Great blog ~ really enjoyed all the resourceful information and beautiful photos that brought it all to life ~ amazing photography by Gian Carlo at Expansive Media ~ 👍👌♥️

    • Taylor Deer on January 12, 2020 at 9:03 pm

      Thank you so much mom! Central Park truly is beautiful and I love the photos too!

  2. Emma on January 13, 2020 at 2:48 am

    Ah these photos are so stunning, definitely inspired to visit NY after reading this!

    • Taylor Deer on January 13, 2020 at 9:18 am

      Thank you so much Emma! New York has a lot of beautiful spots. 🙂

  3. Brittany Sneller on January 14, 2020 at 2:23 pm

    There are so many good places and spots in Central Park! I would like to go back and spend some quality time here. I am always rushed when in NYC, lol.

    • Taylor Deer on January 21, 2020 at 8:44 pm

      Yes, there is still so much more I need to see in Central Park too as well as the others. The only park I’ve never been to is Washington Park.

  4. World of Lina on January 14, 2020 at 2:54 pm

    Wow Taylor all your photos are beautiful! Seriously can’t until the day I’ll finally be there too 😍

    • Taylor Deer on January 21, 2020 at 8:44 pm

      Thank you so much Alina! Please let me know when you plan to come to NYC! 🙂

  5. Aswani Kurra on January 15, 2020 at 5:27 pm

    So many gorgeous photos Taylor! Loved the list!

    • Taylor Deer on January 21, 2020 at 8:45 pm

      Thank you so much Aswani! 🙂

  6. Lima Map on January 17, 2020 at 12:09 pm

    You’re doing a great job. I follow you all the time. If I have money one day, I’d like to travel.

    • Taylor Deer on January 21, 2020 at 8:46 pm

      Thank you so much! I hope you get to travel soon! 🙂

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Central Park Photo Spots

Pin the Below Image to Keep Handy

The most Instagrammable spots in Central park, New York City.

The most Instagrammable spots in Central park, New York City.
Photo by Gian Carlo Stigliano of Expansive Media

Central Park is one of the most beautiful spots in New York City and also one of the most breathtaking parks in the world. If you travel to the Big Apple, you cannot miss out on visiting Central Park in Uptown Manhattan.

The most Instagrammable spots in Central park, New York City.

If you’ve been following me for a while, you know that I come from the New York City area. I have been all over New York and also compiled a list of 101 things to do in New York City. Even though I have been all over the city, I will admit that it took me 28 years to fully explore Central Park. This past November, my cousin Carlo of Expansive Media and I wandered through the park and found the most photogenic and “Instagrammable” spots for all.

The most Instagrammable spots in Central park, New York City.
Photo by Gian Carlo Stigliano of Expansive Media

Now, there is so much to this park that I know I will most likely miss out on a few places. If you think I missed an iconic photo spot in Central Park, please comment below! Overall, I think Central Park is absolutely great for those looking for a peaceful and quiet place located within the hustle and bustle of Manhattan; solo travelers looking to see the beauty of New York City’s grandest park; couples looking for a romantic escape (Central Park is even special for a proposal or wedding); families looking to have a fun-filled and adventurous day and friend groups looking to hold a picnic.

The most Instagrammable spots in Central park, New York City.
Photo by Gian Carlo Stigliano of Expansive Media

In addition to everything Central Park offers, it is also super photogenic! Also, not only is Central Park beautiful during autumn, it is also amazing during the winter, spring and summer.

The most Instagrammable spots in Central park, New York City.

In this blog post, discover the best places to take photos in Central Park.

**Please note that this blog post uses affiliate links meaning that if you make a purchase via my affiliate link, I receive a small commission at no additional cost to you. I only promote and talk about products and services that I have used and like.


Getting to the Park:

The most Instagrammable spots in Central park, New York City.
Photo by Gian Carlo Stigliano of Expansive Media

Starting from Midtown Manhattan, Central Park begins at 59th Street and goes all the way Uptown to 110th Street. There are so many ways you could get to the park from all throughout the city, but my number one recommendation is to learn the New York City Subway, it will make your life so easy and convenient!

The most Instagrammable spots in Central park, New York City.
Photo by Gian Carlo Stigliano of Expansive Media

If it’s a beautiful day in New York City, I recommend walking to Central Park, but if you take the subway, the best trains to take are the N, R, Q with stops at 57th Street and 7th Avenue. The other trains are the 2 and 3 that stop at 59th Street, Columbus Circle along with Broadway, 72nd, 96th and 110th Streets; B and C trains at 72nd, 81st, 86th, 96th, 103rd and 110th Streets as well as trains A, B, C, D and 1 that goes to Broadway, 66th, 72nd, 86th, 96th, 103rd and 110th Streets.

The most Instagrammable spots in Central park, New York City.
Photo by Gian Carlo Stigliano of Expansive Media

Even though I rarely take the bus in New York City, the buses that you could take to get to Central Park are the M10 that runs along north and south along Central Park West; M1, M2, M3 and M4 on the east side that run along 5th Avenue and north along Madison Avenue; M57, M66, M72, M79, M86, M96, M106 and M116 that run West to East and vice versa along 57th, 66th, 72nd, 79th, 86th, 96th, 106th and 110th Streets; M20 from Penn Station that goes from West 34th Street station towards Lincoln Center and lastly, you could take the Q32 from Grand Central Station that goes from Madison Avenue and East 42nd Street station heading towards Jackson Heights, Queens to 5th Avenue and Central Park South.

What to do in Central Park:

The most Instagrammable spots in Central park, New York City.

There is so much to do in Central Park.  Yes, even though this blog post is about the most Instagrammable spots in the park, I think it is also important to go over everything else you could do during your time there. Below is a list of fun things you could do in Central Park:

Taylor’s Year in Review 2019. Top Moments, Highlights and Lessons Learned in 2019.

Click here to discover more activities to do in New York City. Also, click here to see the city’s sightseeing passes you could get in New York.

Most Instagrammable Spots in Central Park:

Taylor’s Year in Review 2019. Top Moments, Highlights and Lessons Learned in 2019.
Photo by Gian Carlo Stigliano of Expansive Media

Bethesda Terrace Arcade (Geo Coordinates: 40.774048, -73.970333):

Taylor’s Year in Review 2019. Top Moments, Highlights and Lessons Learned in 2019.
Photo by Gian Carlo Stigliano of Expansive Media

One of the most beautiful spots in Central Park and also a gem within New York City is Bethesda Terrace Arcade. It is an arched, interior walkway in the middle of Central Park that links The Mall to Bethesda Fountain and the Central Park Lake. This timeless arcade features stunning tiled ceilings that were originally used on the floors of European cathedrals. The beauty of Bethesda Arcade makes for a great Instagram spot. Plus, you could also find spots without other people getting in your way.

Bethesda Fountain (Geo Coordinates: 40.774600, -73.970650):

Taylor’s Year in Review 2019. Top Moments, Highlights and Lessons Learned in 2019.
Photo by Gian Carlo Stigliano of Expansive Media

Known as one of the largest fountains in New York City, the Bethesda Fountain features a gorgeous 96-foot wide fountain with a neoclassical sculpture known as the Angel of Waters, which is an 8-foot bronze angel that represents health, purity, temperance and peace. Overall, the fountain commemorates the 1842 opening of the Croton Aqueduct, which supplied New York City with fresh water. The Bethesda Fountain is absolutely gorgeous and you can’t miss out on a photo opportunity here.

Bow Bridge (Geo Coordinates: 40.776208, -73.971663):

Taylor’s Year in Review 2019. Top Moments, Highlights and Lessons Learned in 2019.
Photo by Gian Carlo Stigliano of Expansive Media

The most romantic bridge in New York City is the Bow Bridge in Central Park. This beautiful Victorian bridge goes over Central Park’s Lake. Bow Bridge has been a magnificent setting in films such as Manhattan, The Way We Were and Keeping the Faith. The beautiful bridge makes for a perfect Instagram photo opp since it features cast iron and designed with Classical Greek refinement. It spans 60 feet and has a South American hardwood walkway.

Wagner Cove (Geo Coordinates: 40.775005, -73.973329):

Taylor’s Year in Review 2019. Top Moments, Highlights and Lessons Learned in 2019.
Photo by Gian Carlo Stigliano of Expansive Media

A hidden treasure to Central Park is Wagner Cove. It is a picturesque location on the edge of the lake with a rustic shelter that is both peaceful and romantic. (It is also the perfect proposal spot!) The reason why Wagner Cove makes for a great Instagram spot is because the lighting is perfect, it is surrounded by trees, water and flowers.

Strawberry Fields (Geo Coordinates: 40.775837, -73.974709):

Taylor’s Year in Review 2019. Top Moments, Highlights and Lessons Learned in 2019.
Photo by Gian Carlo Stigliano of Expansive Media

Another lesser-known spot in Central Park are the Strawberry Fields that has hidden gems like this woodland walkway and it also pays tribute to the late Beatles‘ singer, songwriter, musician and peace activist – John Lennon. It is absolutely beautiful and obviously is a great place to get that shot in. (Click here to read about another John Lennon tribute landmark in Prague.)

Wood Chip Vantage Point (Geo Coordinates: 40.776121, -73.971339):

Taylor’s Year in Review 2019. Top Moments, Highlights and Lessons Learned in 2019.
Photo by Gian Carlo Stigliano of Expansive Media

After you walk across the Bow Bridge, you will find a scenic spot along Central Park’s Lake called Wood Chip Vantage Point. It is absolutely stunning and captures gorgeous views of Manhattan’s skyscrapers. It is a perfect photo opportunity!

The Lake Viewing Area (Geo Coordinates: 40.776653, -73.971929):

Taylor’s Year in Review 2019. Top Moments, Highlights and Lessons Learned in 2019.
Photo by Gian Carlo Stigliano of Expansive Media

Also located past the Bow Bridge and heading towards The Ramble area of the park is the Lake Viewing Area and walking trails. It is the perfect area to get more nature shots as well as photos walking through the woods.

The Ramble (Geo Coordinates: 40.777804, -73.969458):

Taylor’s Year in Review 2019. Top Moments, Highlights and Lessons Learned in 2019.
Photo by Gian Carlo Stigliano of Expansive Media

If you are looking to get your nature shot in Central Park, definitely head to The Ramble. Here, you could find waterfalls, streams, woodland paths, a maze and more.

Shakespeare Garden (Geo Coordinates: 40.779965, -73.970016):

Taylor’s Year in Review 2019. Top Moments, Highlights and Lessons Learned in 2019.
Photo by Gian Carlo Stigliano of Expansive Media

A lovely spot to not miss out on when you are taking Instagram photos in Central Park is the Shakespeare Garden. It is a less-frequented attraction in Central Park and it allows for a relaxing afternoon where you could admire seasonal flora, gardens and more. The Shakespeare Garden covers four acres of plants that change every season. Included among the plants are rosemary and pansies that are alluded by Ophelia in Hamlet.

Belvedere Castle (Geo Coordinates: 40.779673, -73.969147):

Taylor’s Year in Review 2019. Top Moments, Highlights and Lessons Learned in 2019.

Meaning “beautiful view” in Italian, Central Park’s Belvedere Castle offers park goers with panoramic views that include iconic landmarks. The castle was intended to be a Victorian Folly, a fantasy structure that provides a great backdrop and views, but without a real intended purpose. It is enchanting and definitely photo worthy!

The Mall (Geo Coordinates: 40.772669, -73.971612):

Taylor’s Year in Review 2019. Top Moments, Highlights and Lessons Learned in 2019.
Photo by Gian Carlo Stigliano of Expansive Media

Spanning from 66th to 72nd Street in Central Park, The Mall is a walkway that leads to the beautiful Bethesda Terrace. The Mall was specially designed to accommodate the width of carriages passing through. Around the turn of the century, these carriages would drop off their wealthy inhabitants at The Mall’s starting point, where they could enjoy the beautiful nature of the park and mingle with those of a lesser status. Nowadays, The Mall is a gathering place for tourists, locals, street performers, skateboarders, artists and more. It may be tough to get this place to yourself, but it is definitely worth it to get a shot here.


Taylor’s Year in Review 2019. Top Moments, Highlights and Lessons Learned in 2019.
Photo by Gian Carlo Stigliano of Expansive Media

I hope you all enjoyed finding the most “Instagrammable” spots in Central Park of Manhattan, New York. If you have any questions, please email me at [email protected].

Taylor’s Year in Review 2019. Top Moments, Highlights and Lessons Learned in 2019.
Photo by Gian Carlo Stigliano of Expansive Media

Basic Facts of the United States:

Currency: United States Dollar, Capital: Washington D.C., NY State Capital: Albany

Click here to join my private blog sharing Facebook group.

*Anything could happen during your travels. Always make sure you are insured in case there are unforeseen circumstances such as lost luggage/theft, natural disasters, personal liabilities and more. Click here to get insured for your next trip.

Shop My NYC Look:

12 Comments

  1. Kim Deer on January 12, 2020 at 7:50 pm

    Stunning photos of you by our talented cousin Gian Carlo ~ Central Park is so beautiful and there is so much to see and do all seasons! So close to us~ we are very lucky to live so close to this amazing city! 🍎NYC♥️ Great blog ~ really enjoyed all the resourceful information and beautiful photos that brought it all to life ~ amazing photography by Gian Carlo at Expansive Media ~ 👍👌♥️

    • Taylor Deer on January 12, 2020 at 9:03 pm

      Thank you so much mom! Central Park truly is beautiful and I love the photos too!

  2. Emma on January 13, 2020 at 2:48 am

    Ah these photos are so stunning, definitely inspired to visit NY after reading this!

    • Taylor Deer on January 13, 2020 at 9:18 am

      Thank you so much Emma! New York has a lot of beautiful spots. 🙂

  3. Brittany Sneller on January 14, 2020 at 2:23 pm

    There are so many good places and spots in Central Park! I would like to go back and spend some quality time here. I am always rushed when in NYC, lol.

    • Taylor Deer on January 21, 2020 at 8:44 pm

      Yes, there is still so much more I need to see in Central Park too as well as the others. The only park I’ve never been to is Washington Park.

  4. World of Lina on January 14, 2020 at 2:54 pm

    Wow Taylor all your photos are beautiful! Seriously can’t until the day I’ll finally be there too 😍

    • Taylor Deer on January 21, 2020 at 8:44 pm

      Thank you so much Alina! Please let me know when you plan to come to NYC! 🙂

  5. Aswani Kurra on January 15, 2020 at 5:27 pm

    So many gorgeous photos Taylor! Loved the list!

    • Taylor Deer on January 21, 2020 at 8:45 pm

      Thank you so much Aswani! 🙂

  6. Lima Map on January 17, 2020 at 12:09 pm

    You’re doing a great job. I follow you all the time. If I have money one day, I’d like to travel.

    • Taylor Deer on January 21, 2020 at 8:46 pm

      Thank you so much! I hope you get to travel soon! 🙂

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