All-Garden Pass for the New York Botanical Garden


The Garden is open 10 a.m.–6 p.m., Tuesday–Sunday, and Monday federal holidays.


Allow 3-4 hours to comfortably explore the expansive gardens and exhibitions.


Wheelchairs are available for rent, and most gardens feature paved pathways. Accessible restrooms are located throughout the grounds.

Escape the urban jungle and enter a world of vibrant colors and captivating beauty at the New York Botanical Garden.


2900, Southern Boulevard, New York, 10458

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Getting There

Subway: Take the B, D, or 4 train to Fordham Rd station.


2900, Southern Boulevard, New York, 10458

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About the New York Botanical Garden

This 250-acre National Historic Landmark boasts over one million plants, awe-inspiring gardens, and a serene atmosphere that will leave you feeling refreshed and inspired.

A Walk Through Time
  • A Living Museum: Explore a diverse collection of gardens that showcase the wonders of the plant kingdom. Wander through the iconic Enid A. Haupt Conservatory, a Victorian-era glasshouse brimming with exotic flora from around the world. Immerse yourself in the tranquility of the serene Japanese Hill-and-Pond Garden, a masterpiece of landscape design.

  • Seasonal Spectacles: The New York Botanical Garden transforms throughout the year, offering unique experiences in every season. Witness the vibrant display of spring bulbs, the fragrant profusion of summer blooms, the fiery foliage of autumn, or the whimsical beauty of the Holiday Train Show.

  • Beyond the Flowers: The Botanical Garden offers more than just stunning flora. Explore the Peggy Rockefeller Rose Garden, a haven for rose enthusiasts. Delve into the world of medicinal plants at the Pfizer Medicinal Plant Garden. Art exhibitions, educational programs, and special events add an extra layer of enrichment to your visit.

A Paradise for Plant Lovers and Everyone Else
  • Family Fun: The New York Botanical Garden offers a dedicated children’s garden, the Everett Children’s Adventure Garden, featuring interactive exhibits and play areas designed to spark a love of nature in young minds. Family-friendly events and workshops make the garden a delightful destination for all ages.

  • A Breath of Fresh Air: Escape the city’s hustle and bustle and find solace amidst the tranquil beauty of the gardens. Wander through peaceful pathways, listen to the sounds of nature, and reconnect with the natural world.

  • A Legacy of Education and Conservation: The New York Botanical Garden is dedicated to plant research, education, and conservation. Learn about their ongoing efforts to preserve plant diversity and inspire environmental stewardship.

A Blossoming Experience for All

The New York Botanical Garden is an urban oasis offering a captivating blend of beauty, education, and environmental awareness. Whether you’re a passionate gardener, a nature enthusiast, or simply seeking a peaceful escape, the Botanical Garden promises a flourishing experience that will leave you blooming with inspiration.

  • Botanical Paradise: Explore the Lush Greenery of New York Botanical Garden
  • Floral Symphony: Unveiling Nature’s Diverse Floral Masterpieces
  • Interactive Gardens: Engage with Enchanting Botanical Displays and Educational Exhibits
  • Conservation Oasis: Discover the Importance of Plant Diversity and Environmental Stewardship
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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, you can contact 718.817.8617 or 718.817.8714. Items that are not claimed after 60 days are donated to charity.

Pets are not allowed at the Garden. Service animals trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities as defined by the ADA are welcome.

  • Tripods, monopods, easels, selfie sticks, and lighting equipment, as well as food and beverages are not permitted in the Conservatory, Mertz Library Art Galleries, and Ross Hall. Additional restrictions will apply from time to time in order to ensure the safety of our visitors and collections.
  • Drone use is prohibited on the Garden grounds and may not fly over NYBG property.
  • During your visit you may be videotaped, photographed, or recorded by NYBG or its agents. Your admission serves as your permission for use of your image by these parties.