The idyllic six-acre Conservatory Garden opened in 1937 is Central Park's only formal garden. Named for a huge glass conservatory that formerly stood on the site, it is actually three separate gardens representing different landscape styles: Italian, French and English. The Conservatory is a favorite wedding spot, and on weekends the bevy of brides rivals even the blossoms.
The ladies of the long-running drag hit "Distorted Diznee" apply their twisted lens to classics like "The Grinch Who Stole Christmas" and "A Charlie Brown Christmas," complete with a visit from the Port Authority Cockettes, a low-budget version of the Rockettes. More »