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See Fall Foliage in an NYC Park
Walking through Central Park is magical no matter the season, but in the fall it’s a particularly beautiful experience. The 840-acre park has some of the best leaf-peeping in the New York area. The park's famed monuments are also worth exploring during your visit, including the new Women’s Rights Pioneers Monument featuring Sojourner Truth, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and Susan B. Anthony. Make sure you map out your walk here. If the other boroughs are more your scene, Brooklyn Bridge Park is known for its beautiful gardens, where you can view fall foliage at its most scenic. The New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx is a mecca for garden and foliage lovers–and they have a special pumpkin-themed path just for the season.