Premium Tour: Bird Sanctuary to Castle
Now it gets interesting. This full two hour tour builds on everything experienced in the Deluxe Loop, and then we go further. We explore the Ramble, the bird sanctuary of Central Park. This was the first area of the park constructed and it is designed to be an idilic natural landscape. Over 200 species of birds, the gorge, streams, rock outcroppings. You will feel as if walking in the foothills of the Adirondack mountains. On this leg of the tour we completely forget we are in New York City. We then ride north by the Museum of Natural History, Seneca Village and Diana Ross playground. Our destination is Belvedere Castle, the literal high point of the park. Here we will climb to the top to get a 360° view of the park’s delights including the Great Lawn, the Reservoir, even the Delacorte Theater where they hold Shakespeare in the Park. Riding back down south we will visit the Lady’s Pavilion on the North end of the lake. There we will explore rock outcroppings for stunning views of the new mega sky scrapers along the south end of the park. This will be a day you will never forget!
DETAILS AND DISCLAIMERS:
Pick up takes place at the entrance of West 67th St. and Central Park West. Rides are rain or shine so come dressed appropriately for being outside. A blanket is provided to go over your lap for warmth if necessary.
Customers will receive a full refund with 24 hours notice of cancellation. Customers will also receive a full refund in case of operator cancellation due to weather or other unforeseen circumstances. Contact us by phone to cancel or inquire about a cancellation. No-shows will be charged the full price.
Tavern on the Green
15 Central Park West
Trump International Hotel and Tower
Wollman Ice Rink
Check and Checker’s House
66th St Transverse
Central Park Mall (Exterior)
Cherry Hill (Views of the Lake)
The Mall and Cathedral of Trees
The Bow Bridge
The Ramble (Bird Sanctuary)
The Imagine Monument
The Dakota Building (Home of John Lennon)
Museum of Natural History
Diana Ross Playground
Seneca Village (1825 settlement of African American Property Owners)
The Lady’s Pavilion (North side of lake)