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Gorgeous place to run or take a stroll! Enjoy the farmers market every Saturday rain, snow, or sleet.
Prospect Park opened in 1867, and contained within its 526 acres are a zoo, the first urban-area Audubon Center in the nation, an ice rink, a band shell, a carousel, and dozens of athletic and recreational facilities. There is also Grand Army Plaza Greenmarket every Saturday 8-4 year round.
In the warm and hot seasons, the Park is full of people playing all kinds of music. In the Bandshell, there are concerts by highly talented musicians from all over the world!!!
Smaller, but far less crowded and more wild and interesting than Manhattan's Central Park (landscaped by the same team in the 19th century), it's a favourite way to escape the city streets for a day.
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