Remaining inside the recreation center opposite the acclaimed Dakota Building, where John Lennon was lethally shot in 1980, is this strong, tear-molded nursery – a remembrance to the killed star. It contains a forest of dignified elms and a tiled mosaic that says, basically, ‘Envision.’ The spot is authoritatively assigned a peaceful zone however you wouldn’t know it from the huge number of local area experts and buskers who come to vocalize here – it’s a tremendously mainstream zone of the recreation center.

It’s kept up with some assistance by a $1 million award from Lennon’s widow, Yoko Ono, who despite everything lives at the Dakota. Guests can tune in to a sound manual for Strawberry Fields, described by Yoko, at centralparknyc.org/envision.

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