Grand Central Stones in Van Cortlandt Park

Janes Walk

Led By Christina Taylor, Friends of Van Cortlandt Park

Learn about the history behind the 13 random stone pillars in the middle of the forest of Van Cortlandt Park and the role the Park played in the building of Grand Central Terminal. Join the Friends of Van Cortlandt Park for this walk back in time along the Putnam Trail.

Location Information

RSVP is required and capacity is limited. Meeting location, ending location, and directions will be provided via email before walk date.

Saturday, May 5, 2018
3:00 PM
1.5 Hours

Borough: Bronx
Theme: Environment, History & Culture
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