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NYC: New York Botanical All-Garden Pass Entry ticket

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NYC: New York Botanical All-Garden Pass Entry ticket

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Embark on an immersive botanical journey at the New York Botanical Garden with an all garden pass. Explore lush gardens, encounter diverse flora, and indulge in the tranquility of nature's embrace.

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  • Explore the largest Botanical Garden in any city in the United States
  • Discover 50 specialty gardens and collections comprising more than a million plants
  • Immerse yourself in stunning seasonal landscapes at this National Historic Landscape
  • See the award-winning Peggy Rockefeller Rose Garden and Native Plant Garden
  • Engage with knowledgeable staff who share fascinating insights into the botanic
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Welcome to a realm of natural beauty and serenity, where the New York BotanicalGarden awaits to transport you into a botanical wonderland. This immersive experience invites you to explore lush gardens, encounter a diverse array of flora, and indulge in the tranquility of nature's embrace. Your All Garden Pass will grant you access to 50 gardens and collections including the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory, Rockefeller Rose Garden, Rock Garden, Benenson Ornamental Conifers and Tram Tour. As you step into this enchanting world, prepare to be captivated by the vibrant colors and intoxicating scents that surround you. Wander along winding paths, where each turn reveals a new tapestry of botanical delights. From exotic blooms to majestic trees, the garden's diverse collection showcases the wonders of the natural world in all its splendor. On display this summer, artist Ebony G. Patterson unveils "...things come to thrive...in the shedding...in the molting...". With thought-provoking sculptures and horticulture displays, she sheds light on hidden histories, emphasizing healing in renewal. Witness glittering vultures, extinct species, and immersive installations in Patterson's vibrant exhibition, now through September 17th. Throughout your exploration, knowledgeable staff members are on hand to share their expertise and ignite your curiosity. Engage in enlightening conversations, learn about the fascinating intricacies of different plant species, and deepen your understanding of the botanical world. Don't forget to capture the essence of your experience with Instagram-worthy photos. Every step offers a new opportunity to frame breathtaking landscapes, vibrant floral displays, and awe-inspiring moments of natural harmony. Let your camera lens become a window into this captivating world, preserving the memories of your immersion in nature's splendor. With your all garden pass, you have the freedom to explore at your own pace, allowing you to linger in your favorite spots and savor the tranquility of the gardens. Whether you seek inspiration, serenity, or a deeper connection with nature, this immersive experience promises to transport you to a realm of beauty and self-discovery. The New York Botanical Garden is just 20 minutes from Grand Central Terminal by train. Take the Metro North Harlem Line from Grand Central to the Botanical Garden stop, tickets can be purchased using the MTA eTix app or at Grand Central.
  • Entry to New York Botanical Garden
  • Outdoor access to 250 acres
  • Indoor access to Enid A. Haupt Conservatory, LuEsther T. Mertz Library Building, and the tram tour
  • Parking
  • Food and drinks

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The main entrance is located at NYBG Leon Levy Visitor Center, 2900 Southern Blvd., Bronx, NY 10458. By Metro-North Railroad: From Grand Central Terminal in Manhattan, take the Metro-North Harlem local line to Botanical Garden Station. Cross Southern Boulevard to the Garden's Mosholu Gate entrance. By New York City Subway: Take the B, D or 4 train to Bedford Park Blvd. Station. Exit the station and take the Bx26 bus east to the Garden's Mosholu Gate entrance. Alternatively, walk 8 blocks down the hill on Bedford Park Blvd., turn left onto Southern Blvd. and walk 1 block to the Mosholu Gate entrance.

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Important information

Know before you go

  • The Orchid Show: Natural Heritage is on display from February 18- April 22, 2023
  • The garden is just 20 minutes from Grand Central Terminal. Take the Merto-North Harlem Line to Botanical Garden Station
  • Most of the garden consists of outdoor spaces. The 250 acres are open in all weather conditions, and a visit can include extensive walking, so be sure to dress accordingly
  • Indoor spaces, with the exception of restrooms, are applicable to state regulations
  • Manual wheelchairs are available to borrow free of charge on a first-come, first-served basis at the Leon Levy Visitor Center and Mosholu Entrance
  • The Botanical Garden, its buildings, and its tour vehicles are mostly accessible but due to the garden’s naturally varied topography, portions of the historic landscape may be inaccessible
  • You can donate to the New York Botanical Garden at checkout

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Our adult daughter lives in New York City with her husband. They surprised us with a trip to the botanical gardens. It was gorgeous. It was so peaceful and relaxing. We actually bought them a annual membership so they could try and get back at least quarterly.

April 20, 2023

Was my first time visiting.The weather was great. I enjoy nature. Everything was so beautiful. The orchid show is a masterpiece. To top that was the tram. Need not walk the distance the tram is the perfect all in one. Had a bite to eat after . Stop at the store for souvenir.The trip was worth it. !!!I’ll definitely be back.

April 6, 2023

The show was nice but crowded. Three years ago, the show was much more dramatic and beautiful. This was disappointing by comparison. Parking was a nightmare. Our walk to and from our car was huge - and they now charge. $22. to park. We had to park almost at the other end of NYBG. All in all, a disappointment. Would not recommend.

March 31, 2023

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