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MetroCard® takes you to Prospect Park, a Great Place to Spend the Day!

Prospect Park is Brooklyn’s flagship park and a National Historic Landmark. Created in the 1860s by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, designers of Central Park, the Park features 585 acres of rolling meadows, picturesque waterways and scenic landscapes. The Prospect Park Alliance, which operates the Park in partnership with the City of New York, offers free public programs year round, including biking, boating, skating and water play at the Park’s newest destination, the LeFrak Center at Lakeside.

Admission and hours:
Prospect Park is free and open daily to the public. Various destinations within the Park have seasonal operating hours and admissions fees. Learn More.

 

Learn more about special events and ongoing programs.

Subway:
2 subway3 subway to Grand Army Plaza
F subwayG subway to 15 St – Prospect Park
Q subway to Parkside or Prospect Park
B subway to Prospect Park
S subway to Prospect Park

Bus:
B48, B44, B41, B12

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