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New York Botanical Garden

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ImageThe New York Botanical Garden, one of the world's oldest and largest gardens, set  in a sprawling 250 acre estate is a haven for plant lovers. Apart from visiting the 50 themed gardens you can participate in a wide variety of events that take place everyday. From misty rain forests and rare conifers to curative herbs with their delicate fragrant leaves and southern plants thriving in the north, you will find an endless variety of flora.Tune up your senses and be prepared to get assaulted by an explosion of color, texture and scent  as you stroll  through roses, lilacs, magnolias, chrysanthemums, tulips, daffodils, peonies and lots more. Welcome the spring with a shower of pink and white cherry blossoms or wonder at the extravagance of amazing hues as you encounter foliage in its autumn finery.



200th Street & Southern Blvd.
Bronx, NY 10458
Tel.: 718 817 8700 

Open Tuesday through Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. March - October

Open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. November - February. Monday closed

Grounds admission to the Garden's 250 acres is $6 adults, $3 seniors, $2 students with valid ID, and $1 children (children under 2 are free). Grounds admission alone does not include the Conservatory, Children's Garden, Rock Garden, and Tram Tour. The Garden Passport Combination Ticket includes all admissions for one discounted price: $13 adults, $11 seniors and students, and $5 children.



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