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Central Park walking tour

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We (five adults age 22- 57) are very interested in taking one of the free Central Park walking tours offered by the Central Park Conservancy on our first-ever visit to NYC. We would have loved to do the "Cross-Park Promenade" tour, but it is not offered on any of the days we will be there. Tours offered during our time there include:

Amble Through the Ramble
The Castle & It's Kingdom
Views From the Past
West Side Stories

The Central Park Conservancy website offers a little insight on each tour, but for those of you who have ever done any of these tours.......

Is there any one of the 4 that stand out to you as being better than the others for first time visitors whose main objective is to get a general taste of the park?

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