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990 Washington Ave Brooklyn, NY 11225
990 Washington AvenueUSNew YorkBrooklyn11225
(718) 623-7200bbg.org
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A kid-friendly annual Cherry Blossom Festival, a Japanese garden & more, spread across 52 acres.- Google
"Beautiful, definitely worth visiting during the cherry blossom festival."
"Another great point of interest is the Japanese Koi pond and the herb garden."
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Shane Pally
2 months ago
If you're in the mood to be stared at by overzealous and rude security personnel. They seem to be looking to make trouble more than prevent it. One can only get the sense that you sare in a inner-city and unsafe environment. Even while walking through a garden. I will never recommend This park👎🏻
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Inna Serebryany
3 weeks ago
The best place in Brooklyn for stroll in Spring and Fall during weekdays. Very well kept and cozy place. Outstanding programs for kids. Outdoor cafe is surprisingly good.
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Jignesh Patel
3 months ago
A real treat for your visual senses especially during the peak cherry blossom season. Taking a stroll under the thick cover of Japanese cherry blossoms is worth it. Innumerable varieties of flowers, plants and shrubs at one place tagged with proper details make it a great place to visit. My favorite part is a huge section of colorful tulips near lilly pond and Magnolia canteen. Conservatory with bonsai, tropical, desert and warm weather sections present amazing varieties of vegetation and flowers.
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Jorelle Mae Buenviaje
2 months ago
It's a good place to hang out, to have family and friends quality time. Also, the staff helped my boyfriend to solve his membership issues quickly. I love this place!
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Javaria Najeeb
a month ago
This place is more beautiful in the winter despite there being less blooms than in summer because there are way too many people there in the summer, way too crowded and suffocating. The bonsai tree exhibit is phenomenal.
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Chief Pigloo
2 months ago
Beautiful and well maintained gardens of all varieties. Id recommend the herbal garden, the Japanese garden, and the rose garden for their pleasant walks. I received a free membership for getting an idnyc card which any Brooklyn folk should look into. Free admission on Tuesdays and Saturday mornings so you have no excuse not to visit.
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Lynn S
3 months ago
The Cherry Blossom Festival is a feast of the senses with the amazing plants, the costumes, and the fun performances. But for a more low-key experience, try to go just before or after. The gardens are great to walk through any time of year. It's important to note that you can get in for free on Tuesdays and on Saturday mornings (except for festival dates), which is a great perk.
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Vernon Williams
2 months ago
It was very nice. Flowers all over, nice walkways and seating. We were there on an overcast day after a bit of rain. It was perfect for photographing flowers, and general relaxation as there were no real crowds. They had a nice gift shop too, lots of plants and gardening related items. Additionally there was a "made in Brooklyn" section that highlighted local wares.

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