- Small-group guided bike tour through famous Central Park
- Enjoy a leisurely guided bike ride through the beautiful, lush park
- See the Bethesda Fountain, Strawberry Fields, the Jackie Kennedy Onassis Reservoir and more
- Pass the famous Dakota apartment building, where John Lennon lived
- Suitable for all fitness levels
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What You Can Expect
As you navigate winding paths, get a comprehensive look at the park’s famous sites including the Bethesda Fountain, Strawberry Fields, the Jackie Kennedy Onassis Reservoir and the Dakota, where John Lennon lived.
You’ll also pass lesser-known sites such as Cleopatra's Needle, Sheep Meadow, the Shakespeare Garden, the Swedish Marionette Theater and more. This 2-hour Central Park bike tour is suitable for all fitness levels, and bottled water is available throughout the tour.
Our guide was Wendy, she was excellent. The best way to see and learn about Central Park. Wendy shared her extensive knowledge and chose great places to stop and take in the views with plenty of time for photography and exploration. If you dont know Central Park and you dont have a lot of time (and if youre only there for a few days you wont) dont waste it by wandering aimlessly take the tour - just do it.
Very interesting for first timers like us. Thank you
Excellent guide well informed and lots of fun
Great time. Wonderful way to learn about the Park. Would do it again.
It started to rain shortly after the tour started and it was cool. But we still had a wonderful time riding around Central Park Our guide was informative and funny. Really enjoyed this and would recommend to anyone visiting NYC
Leader (Joel) was 15 minutes late for our tour. Was hard to hear. Talked and acted out parts of movies way too much. Wanted to hear more history/details about Central Park.
The bike trip around Central Park is worth doing. The bikes were in great condition and there was plenty of help getting everyone matched up with a bike. I would say that our guide was a bit rough around the edges. He didn't really seem all that interested in providing information about the park, although he was happy to talk about himself and his life.
All in all, I think I could have just rented a bike, got a map, and done this on my own.
Tour was good, however guide was nearly 30mins late and had a dirty uniform on and looked like he had just got out of bed, not a good first impression
The fellows doing the organization, administration, and setting up of the bikes should have been on the Looney Tunes. It was the classic business case of having two businesses, one renting and one tours, and they mixed the two and chaos resulted. We were there 15 minutes before "start" at 3.15 according to the tour description. That was 2.55 pm, and sometime around 2.35 we left...and then they had the gall to ask if we had something else planned that day. the tour guide was OK, but not much better than that. They have the idea that tips are something they get automatically instead of actually earning them. A LOT more effort is required here.