Bow Bridge is one of the most beautiful designed cast iron bridges in the world. It spans out 60 feet across the Lake, connecting the landscape of Cherry Hill with the winding pathways of the Ramble.
The Bow Bridge has been in many film shoots for movies and TV.
The bridge walkway is constructed ipe, a South American hardwood.
The Bow Bridge is named for its curve, and its the second oldest cast iron bridge in America.
The bridge provides scenic views of the Lake and the rowboats.
The Bow Bridge is the most famous bridge in Central Park and its located between Cherry Hill and the Ramble.
Location:Mid-Park at 74th Street west of Bethesda Terrace, connecting Cherry Hill and the Ramble.