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Statues in Central Park
— Alice in Wonderland
— Hans Christian Anderson
    and "The Ugly Duckling"
— Romeo & Juliet
— The Tempest



Alice in Wonderland sculpture at Conservatory Lake in Central Park, New York

Famous Central Park Statues
Central Park is home to beautiful fountains, historical monuments and stunning bronze sculptures.

Conservatory Water Statues
Two of our favorite statues are located at Conservatory Water — "Alice in Wonderland" and "Hans Christain Anderson."

Alice in Wonderland sculpture in the distance at Conservatory Lake in New York's Central Park



"Alice in Wonderland"
76th Street & 5th Avenue
Judging from the crowds snapping pictures during our last visit to Central Park, we're not the only ones who find Alice in Wonderland and her Mad Tea Party guests magical.

Alice in Wonderland and her Mad Tea Party guests sculpture at Conservatory Lake in Central Park, New York City

Close-up of Alice - Alice in Wonderland sculputre at Conservatory Lake in Central Park, New York

This whimsical bronze sculpture (photos above and below), depicting characters from Lewis Carroll's classic book "Alice in Wonderland," is one of the park's most popular statues — with kids and adults alike.

Alice in Wonderland is located on 76th Street and 5th Avenue, near Central Park's Conservatory Water.

Close-up of the Hatter - Alice in Wonderland and Mad Tea Party guests Sculpture at Conservatory Lake in Central Park, NY



Hans Christian Anderson and The Ugly Duckling sculpture in Central Park. The statue is located near Alice in Wonderland at Conservatory Lake in Central Park, NY

Hans Christian Anderson
and "The Ugly Duckling"


Located just a short distance from Alice in Wonderland sits another popular Central Park statue — Hans Christian Anderson and "The Ugly Duckling."

The bronze sculpture is located on the west side of Conservatory Water, at East 74th Street and East Drive.

Conservatory Water in Central Park, New York City

Conservatory Water — also known at the Model Boat Pond — is a popular place with kids and their parents racing model boats.


FUN Central Park Movie Sites Tour

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Delacorte Theater Statues
Mid-Park at 80th Street
Southwest corner of Great Lawn
It seems fitting that two sculptures depicting characters of Shakespeare's plays ("Romeo & Juliet" and "The Tempest"), should be located outside Delacorte Theater — home to New York City's annual productions of "Shakespeare in the Park."

Delacorte Theater and two famous statues, Central Park in New York

"Romeo & Juliet"
The romantic bronze figure of Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet
(photo below) is located near the entrance of Delacorte Theater, mid-Park at 80th Street.

Romeo & Juliet statue near the entrance of Delacorte Theater in Central Park, New York


Prospero & Miranda - two of Shakespeare's main characters in his play, The Tempest - Bronze sculpture is located near Romeo & Juliet at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park, New York

"The Tempest"
@ Delacorte Theater
Mid-Park at 80th Street
The bronze sculpture above depicts Prospero & Miranda — two of Shakespeare's main characters in his play "The Tempest."

The Tempest is located next to Romeo & Juliet, near the front entrance of the Delacorte Theatre, mid-Park at 80th Street.

Delacorte Theater and famous bronze sculptures in Central Park, NY


More Fun Central Park Statues

"Balto"
Alaskan dog-sled hero "Balto" is located at 67th Street near Fifth Avenue.

Obelisk "Cleopatra's Needle"
The 70+ foot Obelisk is located in Central Park's East Side drive, at 81st Street.

Statue in Central Park, NY

Other popular Central Park sculptures include:

- Christopher Columbus
- William Shakespeare
- Sir Walter Scott
   and Robert Burns
- Ludwig van Beethoven
- King Jagiello Grunwald
   Monument
- Simon Bolivar Monument
- Mother Goose
- Dancing Goat
   and Honey Bear
- Tigress and Cubs
- Indian Hunter
- Eagles and Prey


Central Park Hours
Central Park is closed to traffic Mon-Fri 10am-3pm & 7pm- 10pm.

Weekends 7pm Fridays to 6am Mondays.

The Park is officially closed between 1am-6am.

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