What is Bryant Park?
Bryant Park is a public park privately controlled and located in the borough of Manhattan, New York City. It encompasses 40th to 42nd Streets in the borough of the Midtown Manhattan which technically makes the Sixth Avenue the Byrant Park’s main entrance. In the park, the main branch of the New York Public Library has a limited space underground the park lawn. There is an enough room in the library to accommodate up to 50 thousand reels and 3.2 million books. Many people are not aware of the history of its transformation from a needle park to public park. It was used to be a notorious center of the violence, drug trafficking and prostitution in the 70s. The Byrant Park has a mysterious history.
To know about the brief history of the Bryant Park, make a plan to visit this place. The park has some attraction points for kids too. Ice skating and seeing the giant Christmas tree are two major outings for the student of grade six to eight. School field trips are the backbone of academic learning and behaviors. So, in this December, don’t forget to explore this experience with your students.
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