Despite being bordered by trafficked streets, towering structures and a noisy atmosphere, Bryant Park is a green oasis in an otherwise chaotic cauldron of a city. It's landscaping is simple with a large 8 acre lawn in the center flanked in the north by the Bryant Park library, west by William Cullent Bryant Memorial, east by a string of tables and the Bryant Park Grill down south. A host of 2000 chairs is laid down throughout the park for visitors to slouch into and take in the vista before them. Spotting this attraction is a walk in the park.Hours: 7 a.m - 10 p.mEntry fee: Free
Bryant park next to the New York Public Library is like an oasis surrounded by tall skyscrapers was the perfect place to relax and rest our tired feet. The park has a big grassy lawn in the middle surrounded by trees with chairs and tables to sit under the shade. The grassy patch was alternatively being used for sunbathing and activities like yoga lessons, a game of chess and even some live music.
It is delight for any botany lover. We went in the right time during spring, the flowers are really beautiful.