Horse & Carriage Rides

59th Street

Carriages run year round, and can be found on Central Park South (West 59th Street) at the southern periphery of the park. Carriages seat up to 4 people per ride. Pets are allowed. Gift Certificates are often available. Please note that carriage r... more

Carriages run year round, and can be found on Central Park South (West 59th Street) at the southern periphery of the park. Carriages seat up to 4 people per ride. Pets are allowed. Gift Certificates are often available.

Please note that carriage rides outside the park are allowed only after 11pm Monday through Saturday and after 8pm on Sundays.


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59th Street
New York, NY
(212) 487-4398

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Admission And Tickets

$35 for the first 20 minutes, $10 each additional 15 minutes

Prices may vary, so be sure to ask prior to boarding the carriage.

This Week's Hours

Sunday - Thursday: 11:00am - midnight
Friday - Saturday: 11:00am to 1:00am

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