Beautiful New York

A Celebration of the City

Top 10 Greatest NYC Parks — #3

Prospect Park02-08 Prospect Park

Many people (and Brooklynites in particular) consider Prospect Park to be Vaux & Olmsted’s landscaping masterpiece.  Though most famous for its 90-acre Long Meadow, Prospect Park is a treasure trove of cultural activity, featuring a bandshell, a zoo, a boathouse, and Audubon Center, event venues such as Litchfield Villa and the Picnic House, a carousel, an ice rink, and countless playgrounds and sports fields.  Prospect Park’s famous watercourse flows through the picturesque Ravine District and features Brooklyn’s only lake.


1 Comment

  1. Prospect Park is glorious. I have many happy memories of this park from my childhood. Although, I don’t think it eclipses the park that I have a hunch is your number one choice.

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