Central Park is by far the most popular place to get married in Manhattan. There are so many different areas in the park to get married and all have different views. Herewith some of our favorites.
Belvedere Terrace provides the best and highest views of the Park and its cityscape. Park Permit up to 20 people.
Bethesda Terrace & Fountain The cast Iron Fountain dominas the skyline. Park Permit up to 25 people.
Bow Bridge has a classic gothic looking bridge an has been featured in many films. Provides scenic view of the skyline.Park permit up to 15 people.
Chambers Landing a very private and intimate area of the park. Parties up to 8 people.
No park permit required.
Cop Cot is the Park’s largest rustic wood structure. Park Permit up to 25 people.
Gapstow Bridge -is one of the iconic bridges of Central Park. Park permit up to 10 people.
Ladies Pavilion - is a great example of 19th Century Decor Art with view of skyscrapers in the background. It's covered roof does allow for small groups to shelter from light rain. Park Permit up to 20 people.
Shakespeare Gardens -The Garden is filled with the beautiful plants and flowers. Park Permit up to 20 people.
Our most popular location within Central park by far. Beautiful cast-iron structure by the Lake. Amazing views of the Lake, the trees, and the New York skyline. The roof can protect a small group from any light rain.
The main focus of the Bethesda Terrace Area within the park. It is one of the best-known spots in Central Park with the famous Angel of the Waters statue on the top
One of our most popular locations within Central Park is Bow Bridge. It is a very romantic and pictureque place to hold your wedding. The bridge has been featured in a lot of films and TV shows and has a vast scenic view of the Manhattan skyline.
Central Park Weddings at Belvedere Terrace, New York
Chambers Landing is a beautiful, secluded little spot by the lake with an amazing view of the New York Skyline. It's only a few short steps away from Ladies Pavilion but it's much more private.
Central Park's largest wooden rustic structure and is located in the South area of Central Park. It is very popular with couples wanting that rustic outdoors wedding feeling with a little shade for Summer weddings. It has plenty of seating .
Is in the South-East corner of Central Park and is within walking distance of the Plaza Hotel. It is a very well-known spot and can be quite a busy area. Couples can marry on the bridge itself or on a small area with the bridge in the background.
Lovely four-acre flower garden with beautiful English flowers in Spring and Summer. The garden is on a steep slope, having several paved pathways and some rustic wooden benches.
An excellent location for small weddings, tucked away within a shady corner of the lake, right on the water. A very popular ceremony location and perhaps the most private. Wagner Cove features a rustic wood shelter with seats.