The Conservatory Garden is one of my favorite parts of Central Park. It’s pretty far uptown, which makes it one of the quietest and least populated parts of the Park (in my experience). It’s made up of three distinct formal gardens: one in the Italian style, one in the French style, and one in the English style. It’s obviously gorgeous in spring when everything is blooming, but it seems to be designed in such a way that no matter what time of year you go, you’re bound to see something beautiful. Check out all of my photographs from my most recent visit, after the jump.
Cats like Central Park too.
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