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Biking in Central Park and Other Activities When Your Parents Come to Visit

Are you currently living in New York City and expecting a visit from your parents? Are your parents physically active and you aren’t sure what to do with them when they are visiting you? Then look at the following reasons why you should take them biking in Central Park.

Open Space While Biking in Central Park

The older you get, the less time or patience you have for large crowds and busy streets. We have all experienced the excitement of Times Square or other similar places. But as you grow older, you start to find a sense of calmness in open and peaceful spaces, such as Central Park. If your parents know how to ride a bike, you should definitely take advantage of the wide-open space and take them biking in Central Park. The park itself is 843 acres. It was established back in 1857 and is the most-visited park in the entire United States.


There are a ton of museums that you can go to when biking in Central Park. The most popular ones are the Frick Collection, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, and the Museum of the City of New York. You can also go to the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the American Museum of Natural History. The latter two are extremely popular. You can go to both to get a taste of world art, history, and culture. The Metropolitan Museum of Art is probably one of the most popular museums in the world. It’s definitely the most well-known art museum in New York City. It is on the Museum Mile between 80th Street and 84th Street.  If you go inside, make sure to check out the Egyptian exhibit as well as the medieval art. The American Museum of Natural History, which is between 77th Street and 81st Street, is full of incredible exhibits. These include the halls of oceanic life and birds, the halls of gems and minerals, the halls of dinosaurs, and the halls of meteorites. You can see all of these museums while biking in Central Park. However, the latter two will definitely wow your parents.