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The Alice in Wonderland statue is one of the well-known statues inside Central Park. It's located between the Loeb Boathouse and 5th Avenue on the Upper East Side. The bronze statue includes Alice as well as other characters from the Lewis Carroll book. While probably...More
An absolutely swell statue in the middle of a huge park in the middle of one of the biggest concrete jungle's on Earth is definitely impressive to see. Not an essential visit but if you're going to visit Central Park (which is in fact essential)...More
In the east of Central Park around 74th street inside the park is a huge big statue of Alice in wonderland!!!! My kids went crazy and immediately ran and climbed up on the statues. They didn't want to get off but other people was waiting...More
About 3rd of the way up on the east side of the park. Levy detailed statue you can sit on for a photo. Really close to the boating pond where you can hire a boat to sail. Nice location worth finding. Think I passed the...More
If you are an Alice in Wonderland fan, it's worth a few minutes to stop by and visit this lovely statue. You are allowed to climb on it and enjoy being a kid again. Go early when there is less people around for a photo...More
Both previous answers are useful as far as they go. However, there are two lines passing through the 77th St & Lexington station; the already mention 6 train as well as the 4 train, so that may increase your options... More
Both previous answers are useful as far as they go. However, there are two lines passing through the 77th St & Lexington station; the already mention 6 train as well as the 4 train, so that may increase your options depending on where you are staying.
With regard to bus transport, it helps to know that the M1, M2, M3 & M4 buses head Downtown along 5th Avenue. The same buses head back Uptown along Madison Avenue, so again, which buses you might use will depend on where you are staying. Also bear in mind that if you use buses, you must have the right fare in hand when you board, since I believe drivers do not dispense change. Of course, if you have an MTA card, that can be used on buses as well as the subway system.