The southern part of Central Park was conceived as a children's area by the designers, and by the myriad of sites ... More
Central Park Dairy
The southern part of Central Park was conceived as a children's area by the designers, and by the myriad of sites directed towards them here, the area still remains a delight 100 years later. Originally this region was farm country and this was a place where the families could find fresh supply of milk. Today, the Dairy in the park serves the role of giving out general information of the park to the visitors. It also doubles up as a gift store where all kinds of gift items like mugs, t-shirts, caps, and more are sold.
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