Brooklyn Botanic Garden


The Brooklyn Botanic Garden’s hours generally run Tuesday-Sunday, 8am to 6pm, but can vary seasonally.


A visit can take 2-3 hours, or more if attending a program, tour, or picnic.


Paved paths make most areas easily accessible. Wheelchairs are available for rent on a first-come, first-served basis.


The Brooklyn Botanic Garden welcomes visitors of all ages.

Brooklyn Botanic Garden: Where Nature’s Beauty Blooms

Embark on a Tranquil Journey Through Botanical Wonders, Green Spaces, and Horticultural Delights at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden.


New York, 11238

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Getting There

Subway: Take the 2 or 3 train to Eastern Parkway-Brooklyn Museum. Bus: Several lines stop nearby, including the B25, B35, B43, and BM2


New York, 11238

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About The Brooklyn Botanic Garden

The Brooklyn Botanic Garden offers a vibrant oasis in the heart of Brooklyn. Explore over 52 acres of stunning gardens, discover a diverse collection of plants, and learn about the importance of horticulture and conservation.

A Paradise for Plant Enthusiasts and Casual Visitors Alike
  • Gardens & Collections: Wander through themed gardens showcasing cherry blossoms, roses, Japanese maples, the famed Cranford Collection of conifers, and a vibrant Children’s Garden.
  • Conservatories: Explore the tropical plants within the Palm House, Cacti House, and the Bonsai Collection housed in the serene bonsai court.
  • Seasonal Delights: Witness the garden erupt in color throughout the year, with highlights including the Cherry Blossom Festival in spring and the vibrant fall foliage displays.

Seeking a peaceful escape or a chance to learn about the plant world?

The Brooklyn Botanic Garden offers a delightful experience for visitors of all ages. Purchase your tickets and explore a vibrant world of flora, history, and natural beauty, just a stone’s throw from the bustling streets of Brooklyn.

  • Floral Spectacles: Discover Nature’s Masterpieces Across Seasons
  • Botanical Diversity: Unveil the Rich Tapestry of Global Flora
  • Interactive Gardens: Engage Your Senses and Delve Into Horticultural Exploration
  • Historical Landscapes: Uncover the Stories Behind Botanic Treasures
  • Brooklyn’s Green Jewel: The Borough’s Natural Crown

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