Shakespeare Garden

Shakespeare Garden in Central Park is filled with beautiful colorful flowers, which covers four-acres of plants that change according to the season. This garden is named after the English poet and playwright William Shakespeare, located near the Delacorte Theatre, where Shakespeare in the Park is held every summer.   Click Here to view Shakespeare Garden in June

The garden is filled with flowers and bronze plaques with quotations from William Shakespeare masterpieces.
The garden is filled with rich colorful flowers mentioned in Shakespeare’s plays.
The blooming flowers and the natural beauty brings out a romantic atmosphere.


Stair entrance to Shakespeare’s rock garden.

Shakespeare Garden is steps away from the Delacorte TheaterBelvedere Castle, and the Swedish Cottage.
A great place to relax and enjoy the view on the rustic wooden benches that surrounds the entire Garden.
The garden was dedicated to Shakespeare in 1916, the 300th anniversary of his death.
This area is surrounded by white roses and rustic cedar rail fences – steps away from Belvedere Castle.
Location: West Side between 79th and 80th Streets.

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