Best places in Central Park for the intimate wedding.

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Best places in Central Park for the intimate wedding.

Central Park is one of the best places to get married in New York, We love everything about this place: its easily accessible by all public transportation, it is free ( with the exception of the conservatory garden and the permit), there are a couple of great restaurants to celebrate and of course its green scenery.
There are so many fantastic places to get married in Central Park, such as The Gapstow Bridge, The Bow Bridge, The Bethesda Fountain, The Cop Cop, The Wagner’s Cove or Ladies Pavilion. Those spots are amazing and you saw them on tv and in movies, the only thing is that they attract tourists, and this is the last thing you want to deal with on your wedding day. So, as a local planning company, we can recommend you our top 5 favorite quiet spots for an intimate wedding ceremony.

Shakespeare Garden

Yes, this is our most favorite secret spot in the park. It is perfect for an intimate wedding and elopement. It is located on the west side of the park between 79th and 80th St.The garden is green year around and it was inspired by the Shakespeare play ” A midsummer night’s dream”. The place is very quiet and usually off the touristic path. It is ideal for 6-8 people ceremony.

2. Dene Summerhouse

This is a perfect secluded place for a micro wedding. The Dene is located on the east side of the park near 68th St. just north of the Central Park Zoo. It can hold up to 10 people standing.  Ideal for a relaxing ceremony with great views. The only minus will be the narrow path that leads to the spot, but its worth the view.

3. Chambers Landing 

Beautiful little spot by the lake with the view to the park and city skyline. The chambers can hold up to 10 people and perfect for a small wedding. Closest entrance is from 77 street and Central Park West.

4. West drive boat landing 

We love this place for its view and easy access. The closest entrance if from 72 street and Central Park West. This spot can hold up to 20 people and ideal for a micro wedding in Central Park. Also, this spot provides a little shelter in case of rain.

5. Pine Bank Arch 

This arch is absolute the piece of art. Built in 1861 by J.B. and W.W. Cornell Ironworks, this is one of Central Park’s few remaining cast iron bridges. Cast iron arch pedestrian bridge located at the southwest corner of the park near the Heckscher Playground. This spot is off the tourist’s radar and absolutely marvelous for a small wedding in central park.

We highly recommend to have a ceremony in a relaxed, quiet place and then go to all the famous spots for the photo session. Or if you really want to get married on world-famous Bow Bridge, it needs to be a right time. As your local wedding planning company, we will discuss with you all the possibilities and find a perfect place for your ceremony. Please contact us now at and our experienced team will help you to create the best day in your life.