The Pilgrim: E72
[Unveiled 1885]
Sculptor: John Quincy Adams Ward
1830-1910 • USA
Gift of The New England Society

On the top of a sloped knoll leading to the Conservatory Water, stands the bronze statue of The Pilgrim, a leading resident of Central Park
This hill is named Pilgrim Hill after the symbolic figure who commemorates the landing of the Pilgrims at Plymouth Rock. Mounted on a pedestal styled by Richard Morris Hunt, he is shown in his customary attire with a rifle by his side.