Central Park covers a huge area and on foot it can easily take more than a day to see the highlights. But with a pedicab tour you can easily enjoy the finest features without excessive walking.
And it’s a lot of fun! Your pedicab is a human-powered tricycle that can carry three passengers in ease and comfort and your driver is a goldmine of information about everything to do with the Park.
As well as famous landmarks – monuments, fountains, sculptures, bridges, and ponds – you’ll see many locations from movies and TV shows such as “Breakfast at Tiffany’s,” “Ghostbusters”, “Home Alone” and “Gossip Girl”.
A pedicab tour is perfect for older people or children who cannot ride a bike or walk for long distances. Riding a pedicab is also a fantastic way for families to be together to explore the wonders of this lovely park embedded in the center of Manhattan.
Your unforgettable Central Park Pedicab Tour adventure begins when you make your way to 56 West 56th Street. For one hour, you will explore Central Park, a beautiful national landmark in the heart of New York City.
A pedicab is a three-wheeled, human-powered tricycle that can carry three people. Pedicab rides are an ideal way to take in the beauty of Central Park while offering 360 degree views in comfort and relaxation. There are blankets available for cooler weather as well as canopies that are perfect for shielding passengers from the sun’s glare. Your Pedicab Central Park Tour will stop at designated rest stops giving you the chance to take pictures and experience the real Central Park.
During the tour, your experienced and knowledgeable driver/ guide will share interesting facts about the history and design of the famous park. In addition, they will reveal little known information about historical attractions, celebrity homes, movie scene locations and more.
Some of the sites you will see include:
•Tavern on the Green – Used for filming “Ghostbusters” and “Wall Street”
•The Bandshell – Filming location for “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” and “Kramer vs. Kramer”
•Bethesda Fountain – Filming site for “Enchanted” and “Gossip Girl”
•The Boathouse Café – “Sex and the City” and “When Harry met Sally” filming location
•The Dairy – a beautiful Victorian architectural piece used for filming “Independence Day”
•The Pond – Used in “Home Alone II”
•The Conservatory – The location where Stuart Little drove sailboats
•The Bow Bridge – The charming white bridge that was featured in the films “Little Manhattan” and “Autumn in New York”
Upon completion of the tour, you will return to 56 West 56th Street and be free to make your way back to your accommodation.
English speaking driver/guide
Meals and beverages
The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details and local telephone numbers at the destination. They will happily answer any logistical questions you may have. A maximum of three 3 people are allowed on a pedicab tour
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