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Brooklyn Botanic Garden
Botanical Garden
Today 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
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990 Washington Ave Brooklyn, NY 11225
990 Washington AvenueUSNew York11225
(718) 623-7200bbg.org
Botanical Garden, Greenhouse
Botanical Garden
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Today 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Monday ClosedTuesday 8:00 am – 6:00 pmWednesday 8:00 am – 6:00 pmThursday 8:00 am – 6:00 pmFriday 8:00 am – 6:00 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 6:00 pmSunday 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
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One of North America's premiere public gardens, Brooklyn Botanic Garden is home to over 12,000 kinds of plants and hosts more than 725,000 visitors annually. The Garden is a nonprofit institution committed to education, research, and the display of horticulture. It delights visitors with its world-class collections and numerous education programs and community events. Learn more at bbg.org.

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A kid-friendly annual Cherry Blossom Festival, a Japanese garden & more, spread across 52 acres.- Google
"Annually, they host a Cherry Blossom Festival which is a fun family event."
"I have been to this Botanical Garden twice so far."
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Ricardo Vargas
2 months ago
Visited BBG for the first time during the Sakura Matsuri for the cherry blossom festival. More than half the trees were bare and there was no organization at all. The line to purchase tickets was somewhat organized until you reached the ticket window where all hell breaks loose. It was poorly organized and poorly planned since they ran out of programs within the gardens and you had to leave and fight the crowds to receive one outside the front gate. I always heard these botanical gardens were better than the NY botanical garden but I have yet to see how.
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Noshin Khan
2 months ago
Amazing place! I love the Steinhardt conservatory with the different biomes, the Japanese pond/turtles/Coy fish, and of course the cherry blossom trees. Amazing place to relax. Definitely recommended
Ray J
2 months ago
Just because you dress like a cop doesn't make you one. And we are not inmates. Very RUDE!
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Kim R
3 months ago
Awesome place love Sakura matsuri I go every year!!!
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Yekaterina Likhovidova
a month ago
"If your idea of fun is being hassled and moved along by people in paramilitary uniform then this is the place for you." - totally agree. The guards who picking on everybody who is trying to enjoy the sun on the grass or who brought their own snack to garden's cafe, are totally killing the joy of walking around this park. This is not a joyful place to me.
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Fernando De Araujo / FDA
3 months ago
Small piece of the Garden of Eden. It's paradise lovers here, with my fiancée Fabiana. Engaged here on the first day of spring, 2006. My bride for all time."" *****
Rice King
2 months ago
The administrative staff for this place is horrendous. There is no hospitality in this place... just pure hostility. As much as I would like to I will never donate to this place again until they change their business culture. Is absolutely disgusting the way they treat guess photographers. The lady I spoke on the phone today to get a photography permit was inpatient and nasty. Her voice tone and language sounded like ghetto trash. No thanks.
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Mitch Gersbach
2 months ago
Very much a commercial entity. There was an area we wanted to see but it was closed because others had paid to have it to themselves while they sketched the plants which for some reason they couldn't do while we looked at them. Food is strictly prohibited for no reason seemingly other than the fact that they want to take more of your money to sell you food at the Cafe. We were denied entry after paying because we had a packed salad in our bag for later in the day. It was not as though we were carrying take away food in our hands. Very annoying!
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