Bryant Park is a park covering 39,000 m² located at 41 West 40th Street, Midtown Manhattan, New York. The park is managed by non-profit institutions Bryant Park Corporation. Read a book under a tree, play table tennis or just lunch, all you can do here.
The parks that became the pride of the citizens of New York is often visited by employees of the office for lunch on weekdays. While on weekends and national holidays, Bryant Park became the location of recreation for city residents as well as travelers from various countries.
In early 2000, Bryant Park Corporation Adds a child’s game, one of which is the carousel. The game rides proven to attract more visitors who come to the park. Then also built Bryant Park Grill, and Bryant Park Café increasingly add splendor of the park.
One place that became the mainstay of Bryant Park is a green lawn area called The Lawn. The atmosphere here is very convenient, you can sit on a park bench while eating a sandwich and a cup of coffee. The place is like an oasis in the middle of the office buildings of New York, is well worth a try.
For visitors who love to read, can visit the Reading Room. This place has the concept of “open air library”, but if you are afraid of the heat, do not hesitate to occupy the bench with an umbrella. Various books, newspapers and magazines of all ages can be read here. What is interesting is the Reading Room visitors do not bother to register first or pay for just reading a book.
You are the type of person who would rather play games than reading a book? Relax, in Bryant Park also features a variety of unique games. Invite friends or family to play mahjong, backgammon and quoits. Or you want a game that is more competitive? Try playing table tennis together with other visitors.
Before leaving, visitors can buy souvenirs at Holiday Shops Bryant Park. At this location, there are more than 100 boutiques that sell a variety of trinkets,jewelry, traditional food and much more. This public garden can be visited every day, Monday through Friday from 07:00 am – 22:00 at night. On weekends, the park open until midnight. The public transportation that can be used toward Bryant Park is a subway B, D, F and M down to 42nd Street.