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Every city park offers its own brand of verdant escapism, but this lush expanse goes beyond landscaped flora. In addition to housing swaths of vegetation—including the 50-acre forest, featuring some of the oldest trees in the city—the garden cultivates a rotating roster of shows that nod to the world’s most cherished green spaces, such as the regal grounds of Spain’s Alhambra palace and Monet’s alfresco sanctuary at Giverny. During the year, visitors head to the garden’s Holiday Train Show, which features miniature NYC landmarks crafted from plant materials, and the Orchid Show, which offers a stunning display of blooms and exotic plants.
|Venue name:||New York Botanical Garden||Contact:|
2900 Southern Blvd
|Cross street:||at Fordham Rd|
|Opening hours:||Tue–Sun 10am–6pm|
|Transport:||Subway: B, D to Bedford Park Blvd or 4 to Bedford Park Blvd–Lehman College, then take the Bx26 bus; or Metro-North to Botanical Garden|
|Price:||$20–$25, seniors and students $18–$22, children 2–12 $8–$10, children under 2 free. Grounds only $13, seniors $6, students $5, children 2–12 $3, children under 2 free; Wed 10am–6pm, Sat 9–10am free.|
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The Orchid Show
The New York Botanical Garden explodes into a tropical floral extravaganza for the 14th annual Orchid Show. Take in the thousands of blooms on display, and don’t forget to make a pit stop by the Shop in the Garden for your very own orchid to take hom...Until Sunday April 9 2017
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What in the World is a Herbarium?
We Googled it: it's a collection of dried plants. That may not sound too exciting, but the New York Botanical Garden's William and Lynda Steere Herbarium is also the center of the Garden's research program. Visit this exhibition to see how scientists...Exhibitions Saturday March 4 2017 - Saturday October 28 2017
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Daffodil Celebrate and Wine Weekend
We all know spring is the season for garden parties, and it’s hard to think of a lush green space more perfect for a booze-filled afternoon than the New York Botanical Garden. Take in the fairy-tale–like scenery of 300,000 freshly planted daffodil bulbs...Saturday April 29 2017 - Sunday April 30 2017
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I've been visiting the NY Botanical Garden for more than 40 years and learn something new with each visit to the beautiful grounds.
The Botanical Gardens is an oasis that I regularly retreat to on a weekly basis. Just yesterday I invited my sister and seven year old niece to see the Kiku Chrysanthemum exhibit. Did they enjoy it? So much so that my sister is buying the garden's family membership. One visit is all it takes.
Beauty in the heart of The Bronx. You can never imagine there is a world of concrete outside when your inside its magic realm. If I went 365 days in the year I would still never want to leave at closing time.
Absolutely love the Botanical Gardens in the Bronx! The gardens are sprawling, and stunning and there was so much to do fin general. We went in the fall for the Frida Kahlo exhibit, and were blown away by all the activities, (parades, face painting, crafts for kids, pumpkin patch, exhibit). -It exceeded our expectations. The gardens in general are amazing as well. It is a MUST see! Cannot wait to go back.
The Botanical Gardens in the Bronx is by far a world wide attraction and once you go, you will see why. It's sprawling and very beautiful. Not to mention, if you check the calendar of events, you can catch terrific shows.