During a carriage ride, guests make a nostalgic tour of Central Park’s iconic sights and take photos to preserve the precious memories
About This Deal
Arguably the safest experience to enjoy in NYC during the pandemic, our 45 minute open-air & Private VIP carriage ride allows guests to cover Central Park’s hotspots with nostalgia & style, and even inlcudes a breathtaking photo stop at Cherry Hill
- Ticket is per carriage; carriage can take up to 4 adults, 3 adults and 2 kids, 2 adults and 4 kids, or 1 adult and 6 kids aged 12 or younger
- Departure time: by appointment
- Departure location: 59th Street and 7th Ave, New York, NY 10019
- Notable sights: Central Park covering the Bethesda fountain and terrace, Cherry Hill Plaza with a photo stop, the ice skating rink, the Dairy, the Mall, the Tavern on the green, the Summer stage, Blato, and sheep meadow
The carriages are open-air and naturally socially-distant; all rides are private
- The carriage rides are: Open-air, Private and Socially-Distanced. Carriages are meticulously disinfected between rides, drivers wear a mask and the experience is fully contactless
Valentine’s Day Carriage Ride with Red Rose
Customers can book this package from 2/9/21-2/16/21.
For bookings on 2/14, customers can upgrade their package to include a professional photographer. This can be found on the merchant’s website. This is an, optional, additional $99 fee.
About VIP Central Park Carriage Rides
Bicycle, pedicab, horse-drawn carriage—VIP Central Park Tours offers a variety of ways to see and explore its namesake park. And, considering the park is a massive 843 acres, that's a good thing. The company, featured in The Huffington Post UK, employs licensed tour guides versed in more than five languages to lead guests through some of the park's most iconic and photogenic sights, sharing trivia about the park's history and pointing out Hollywood filming locations and celebrity homes. Each tour also builds in pauses for photo ops, ensuring guests walk away with keepsakes depicting everything from the Bethesda fountain to the Cherry Hill plaza and Strawberry Fields.