This article is provided by the personal injury attorney in Manhattan, New York, from Banville Law, who enjoys bringing friends and family to the attractions discussed below and recommends you to do the same with your loved ones.
Located in Central Park at the popular Kerb's Boathouse, Sail the Park gives visitors the chance to enjoy remote-controlled sailing at its best. As you travel across the same Conservatory Water that has sailed for over 100 years, this extremely fun and inexpensive experience pairs relaxation and skill.
The remote-controlled sailboats are easy to sail, so even if it's your first time, you’ll pick up the skill with ease. Surrounded by Alice in Wonderland and Hans Christian Andersen’s famous statutes, the Conservatory Water offers spectacular views of Central Park, the perfect backdrop for sailing.
Close to the Conservatory Water, you’ll discover the Richard Morris Hunt curved monument, near the East Green of Central Park. Hunt was the first American who studied at the prestigious École des Beaux-Arts in Paris.
His most celebrated examples of work include the Lenox Library, the New York Tribune Building, the pedestal of the Statue of Liberty, and the Fifth Avenue columned facade of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Another historically significant monument is the Women’s Rights Monument that was added to Central Park in 1965. Sculpted by Meredith Bergmann, the bronze figures were created to honor the pioneering work of Sojourner Truth, Susan B. Anthony, and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, three famous women’s rights advocates.
When in Central Park, be sure to spend some time exploring these three attractions as well as many others all around the park, like the Central Park Zoo, located in the heart of the park.
If you have been seriously injured because of another’s carelessness, you may be entitled to compensation. Contact our experienced Manhattan, New York, personal injury attorneys to schedule your free consultation.