Curated Walks

Grab Your Group and GO for a Curated Walk through Central Park or Riverside Park with Linda.

When Broadway shut, Linda spent the better part of the pandemic learning all she could about Central Park and Riverside Park. She then went on to enthusiastically share this knowledge with her fellow New Yorkers. On a Curated Walk you will visit places many New Yorkers don’t even know and learn about the history of each park’s creation.

Ideal for friends and/or families to connect with one another as they explore and learn about the park. Let’s GO for a walk in the park.

To book a walk with Linda reach out to Linda@GrabYourGroupandGO.com

Some of Linda’s Most Popular Curated Walks…
A Tale of Two Very Different Parts of Central Park
 
Walk with Linda as you delve into her two favorite parts of the park: the woodsy and transporting and road less travelled North Woods and the perfection that is The Conservatory Garden.  
A  Central Park Mid Park Loop 
 
This fun walk with Linda includes: a castle, a garden named after Shakespeare, and a spirited and twisty turny exploration of The Ramble with captivating views of the city most New Yorkers have never experienced.
Traversing The Northern Part of The Park from West to East
 
On this walk with Linda you will head East from Central Park West until you reach 5th Avenue. Along the way, you will climb the longest contingent set of stairs in the park. Learn about the history of The Great Hill and then delve into the woodsy and transporting North Woods. The walk will end in the perfection that is the Conservatory Garden.
 
Exploring the Many Layers of Riverside Park
 
Riverside Park has a rich and fascinating history. On this walk with Linda you will visit the rock where Edgar Allen Poe liked to picnic, learn about Robert Moses’s vision for the park, and peer into and learn all about the Freedom Tunnel that runs directly through the park. 

Each walk covers a lot of ground and moves at an efficient clip, lasting approximately 90 minutes. A portion of the proceeds from your walk will go towards either Central Park Conservancy or The Riverside Park Fund. Walk. Explore. Learn. Give Back.