Bryant Park, located in the heart of Manhattan, is one of the most iconic and well-known public spaces in the city. The park opened on November 25, 1876, and was named for New York Governor George B. Bryant. Today, Bryant Park features a man-made lake with a fountain and several gardens as well as a variety of attractions including a movie theater, ice rink, playgrounds and a pavilion that can be used for concerts and other events. The park also houses the New York City Ballet’s home base.
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