While you’re in Central Park, look out for the Alice in Wonderland series of bronze sculptures. The statues were created by Jose de Creeft, and commissioned by publisher and philanthropist George Delacorte as a gift to the children of New York. Look out for Alice, the Mad Hatter, White Rabbit, Dormouse and Cheshire Cat.
A super-civilised way to enjoy Central Park is with a meal on the terrace of Loeb Boathouse. Serving up mouth-watering dishes from brunch to dinner, it’s well priced, with a good kids menu. Tuck in and look out...
0.2 Km to Alice in Wonderland Statue, Upper East Side
It’s a nice stroll from through Central Park to Bethesda Terrace where you’ll find this beautiful neo-classical fountain. It’s one of the largest in New York at 26 feet high and features an eight-foot-high...
0.4 Km to Alice in Wonderland Statue, Upper East Side
This tree-lined walkway in Central Park gets its name from the statues of four literary figures. William Shakespeare, Sir Walter Scott, Robert Burns and Fitz-Greene Halleck watch over the people who stroll and...
0.5 Km to Alice in Wonderland Statue, Upper East Side