|Venue name:||Wave Hill||Contact:|
W 249th St at Independence Ave
|Opening hours:||Mar 15–Oct 31: 9am–5:30pm; Nov 1–Mar 14: 9am–4:30pm|
|Price:||$8, seniors and students $4, children ages 6–12 $2, children under 6 free. Tue all day (Nov–Apr, July, Aug), Sat 9am–noon free (May, June, Sept, Oct)|
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Things to do
Explore the world of beekeeping and its sweet rewards during Wave Hill's annual weekend dedicated to honey. Check out an extraction demo and a hive-and-honey information station for an overview of apiculture (2–4pm), or head straight to garden's shop...Talks and lectures Saturday October 17 2015 - Sunday October 18 2015Read more
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Wave Hill is one of the hidden treasures of New York. Beautifully situated on terraced slopes overlooking the Hudson River and the Palisades of New Jersey, it is a bird-watchers paradise. Nothing beats the sight of thousands of redtail hawks and osprey floating on the thermals of the river below or soaring over the grounds of this stately garden.
Come in the Spring for the masses of glory of the snow and blue squill planted in the woodlands. Come in the Fall to see the Palisades across the river ablaze in reds, oranges and golds. Come in the summer to rest in the shade of the purple beeches or in the winter to see the evergreens draped in snow. Come anytime to enjoy art, history and tranquility. You won't regret a single moment.