Gapstow Bridge

Gapstow Bridge

The Gapstow Bridge and The Pond

Gapstow Bridge is an ornamental arch bridge that crosses the Pond in the southeast corner of the Park.

Gapstow Bridge by Official Central Park Tours Gapstow Bridge Photo-credit: Official NYC Pedicab Tours Co.

The Bridge was initially built in 1874 and designed by Jacob Wrey Mould. His lovely but delicate wooden bridge with cast iron railings was soon replaced due to wear. The stone replacement that stands in Central Park today was constructed in 1896, based off the design by Howard & Caudwell.

Officialnycpedicabs at Gapstow Bridge Winter at The Gapstow Bridge -Photo credit: All Around Central Park Tours

East Side at 62nd close to the Central Park Zoo - Fifth Avenue.

Movies Filmed:
Home Alone 2: Lost in New York, Enchanted, The Smurf, The Devil Wears Prada, Listen to Your Heart, Anger Management.

How to Get There:
Visitors can easily reach this attraction, which is close to The Central Park Zoo and near 5th Ave. But for a leisurely guided pedicab tour, our pedicab guides are ready for the full experience. Note. (Just whisper to your rider that The Gapstow Bridge is on your bucket list.)

Herbert Mc.
Tour Guide and Pedicab Rickshaw rider at #officialnycpedicabs

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