|Bryant Park , NYC Photos Gallery - Page 1|
|The lawn at Bryant Park in Midtown Manhattan is a big thing during most midday lunch-time hours in New York City. Usually, you'll see hundreds of people along the sides on the benches and within. Located between 40th - 42nd Streets at 6th Avenue behind our infamous NY Public Library this park is quite a special one.||The acoustics are
interesting, or should one say the lack of acoustics? Walk into this park
in the middle of this great and truly busy city with all the noise of traffic
and it all seems to just slip away and disappear.
Photo on the left is of the Bryant Park Grill.
|Photo taken just behind the Library. This Park's got its share of history just as most other parks do. Bryant Park was named after William Cullen Bryant (1794-1878), a Lawyer, Poet and later in life, one of the nation's leading advocates for the abolition of slavery.||At the end of Spring flowers and other plant life is groomed and well taken care of. It was on this land that New York City's first World's Fair in 1853 at the Crystal Palace took place. So, if you're traveling through the city, then why not make this one of your many resting stops?|
|Look below at NYCPG's Sponsors|
Contact NYCPG for Ads or anything else - Search this site - NYCPG BLOG - NYC Bridges Pics
- NYC Parks Pics - NYC Sights Pics - NYC Others Pics - Posters / Prints / Photos for Sale
- Links - Site Map
copyright © 2002 - 2013 - All rights reserved
A property of Cyber Print Media, Ltd.