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Bryant Park

Listed under City Parks in New York City, United States.

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For most visitors New York has only one park: Central Park, but it's another story for locals. Bryant Park is in one of the nicest parts of town, bounded by Fifth and Sixth Avenue and 42nd Street, and is these days a heavenly haven for people on a sunny day, some days the population of the park reaches 800 people per acre. As well as a carousel and an open air library, plenty of kiosks and plenty of trees and grass, Bryant Park also has free wifi.

In winter it's still a popular destination – 'The Pond' is a free admission ice rink that draws almost as many people.

There's also a Christmas market echoing the ones you find in Europe.

Written by  Rachel.

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