Pick up our new brochures to stay in the know about everything in Bryant Park and 34th Street.
If you’re heading to Bryant Park or 34th Street, be sure to pick up a set of brochures while you’re at any of our public spaces. For Bryant Park, our Design Department has created four beautiful and informative brochures that will provide you all the information you need about the what, where, and when of activities and events this summer:
Map + Guide gives you the basics, including a useful map, park hours, a short history of the park, and information about our monuments, horticulture, and restrooms.
Activities + Classes provides locations, descriptions, and hours for our wide array of daily activities and classes.
Arts + Culture has all the basic information about our continuing series, including Broadway in Bryant Park, the HBO Bryant Park Summer Film Festival, Bryant Park Presents, and all the programs at the Bryant Park Reading Room.
Kids covers all the kids-friendly programs and amenities at the park, including StoryTime and Reading Room Kids, all the free entertainment at Le Carrousel, and information about the Art Cart, Games, and more.
For visitors to 34th Street, our new brochure includes a map of the District with all public spaces, including Herald and Greeley Square Parks, Broadway Boulevard, One Penn Plaza, and Plaza33. In the brochure, you’ll also find the locations, dates, and hours for all the activities, cultural events, free classes, and food options presented by 34th Street Partnership.
You’ll find the brochures at our information kiosks in both districts. Bring a set back to the office so you’ll always be in the know. You should also pick up a schedule for the 25th HBO Bryant Park Summer Film Festival. This collector’s item has a gorgeous front side with the titles of all of this year’s films lit up on billboards. On the flip-side are descriptions of each film along with do’s and don’ts of film nights.
From lobster rolls to lemonade, Hester Street Fair brings a delicious selection of food and drink to the Fountain Terrace each Monday.
Pillars of flowers spice up this busy public space.
Rule long desired by our organizations will be in effect by next February.
Leader of Central Park Conservancy stepping down after 32 transformative years.