Vibrant tulips create a carpet of color that graces the feet of Sherman’s statue while the iconic plaza hotel looms in the background.
Home to the highest concentration of tulips in Central Park (25,000 tulips!)
There’s a cool apple sculpture and the tulips planted in the park are very beautiful.
You’ll see all sorts of spring blooms, but the dazzling display of tulips takes the cake.
Photos of Rockefeller Center are irresistible, especially with the pop of color from the tulips.
The lovely tulips in front of the two iconic lions of the library are quite impressive.
The highest concentration of tulips can be found by the Irish Hunger Memorial and Belvedere Plaza.
Knowing spring blooms are an annual tradition for many New Yorkers, the garden is a beloved neighborhood gem.
For many New Yorkers spring doesn't start until the tulips at Park Avenue pop up.
You have to experience spring in Central Park to truly understand the mesmerizing beauty of this beloved gem. Click the link on the next page to learn more.