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This weekend, families are invited celebrate Presidents' Day at NYBG with three days of food activities at Culinary Kids Weekend! On Valentine's Day, bring someone special to experience chocolate tastings and a pop-up bar within the warmth of the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory. Read more on Plant Talk!
The weekend is here at last—and it's an eventful one! For those of you enjoying a three-day weekend for President's Day, NYBG will be open on February 15 for three days of programs and activities. Culinary Kids Weekend welcomes families all weekend long with educational food activities in the ...
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Whether you're enjoying a brisk walk across the snowy landscape, or taking in the tropical bounty of the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory, NYBG has you covered this weekend with tours and programs! More on Plant Talk.
The Garden grounds continue to shine under a bright blanket of snow. This weekend offers several tours that highlight the season's most picturesque parts of NYBG as part of a brisk winter walk. Our ongoing exhibition, Wild Medicine in the Tropics, is on view in the warmth of the Enid A. Haupt ...
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Save $5 on tickets to the final Bar Car Nights of the season this Friday and Saturday when you use buy online and use discount code 9101! More information: http://www.nybg.org/hts15/nights.html
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Our semi-annual Japanese chrysanthemum exhibition has grown to be a fan-favorite among visitors, and its stunning beauty wouldn't be what it is today without the influence of Kodai Nakazawa, who for several years oversaw the exhibition with his immense kiku expertise. Today, he's back in Tokyo, raising a family and seeing recent recognition as one of the country's top kiku artists—we're beyond proud of his success! Learn more: http://bit.ly/1mR2ujK
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A gold medal from the prestigious Royal Horticultural Society Chelsea Flower Show reflects the highest standard of gardening beauty, originality, and endeavor. The New York Botanical Garden's 2016 Winter Lecture Series pays tribute to this accolade and features a world-renowned trio of Chelsea Gold winners from 2012, 2013, and 2014. Ulf Nordfjell presents Modern Gardens: The Essence of Nature on January 28, Sarah Price presents Gardening in the Round on February 25, and Luciano Giubbilei presents The Art of Making Gardens on March 24. Join us for this look at the best in contemporary garden design! 

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Our next Bar Car Night is this Saturday, January 2 (because you didn't think the holidays ended with December, right?). Pay a visit to the Holiday Train Show after dark to see it in rare form under the twinkling lights of the Haupt Conservatory, and don't forget your complimentary drink! Live music, fire and light performances, and more make for one of the most incredible winter outings New York has to offer. Learn more and grab tickets before they're gone! http://bit.ly/BarCarNights2015

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Fighting a winter cold? If you've got a little time to spend in the kitchen, and your spice rack could do with some new ingredients, The Herbal Apothecary might be able to help. Check out JJ Pursell's latest book and the recipe on Plant Talk!
The Garden's current exhibition, Wild Medicine in the Tropics, located in the warm rain forest and desert galleries of the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory at NYBG, is full of surprises about the healing power of medicinal plants and their importance for human health.
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Hi all. Advance tickets to NYBG are currently unavailable online, but the Holiday Train Show will remain open today until 6 p.m. with tickets available for purchase on site. Hope to see you in the Conservatory for the exhibition's closing day! ‪#‎HTSNYBG‬
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Evergreen Express in the Everett Children's Adventure Garden guides kids through fun and educational activities that explore the trees of winter. Families can drop in from 1:30 to 5:30 p.m. Tuesdays through Sundays, or 1:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Saturdays. Get more information on Plant Talk!
This season's Holiday Train Show® is on view through January 18, but Evergreen Express continues to provide seasonal family fun in the Everett Children's Adventure Garden through January 24. Kids pass through station stops during their visit, each featuring a unique and educational activity ...
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It's the penultimate weekend of the Holiday Train Show! If you haven't seen our all-new experience this year, complete with 3,000 square feet of new exhibition space, and more trains, bridges, and tracks than ever before, now's your chance before it closes Jan. 18. And for those looking for a night out where the holiday lights still twinkle, even in January, look no further than our Bar Car Nights—there are still a few tickets left to tomorrow evening's event, not to mention next weekend's. Check it out! http://bit.ly/HTSNYBG ‪#‎HTSNYBG‬
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It's finally starting to feel like winter out there, and with a little more than two weeks left of the Holiday Train Show to go, now's the time to stop by—and make the holidays last that much longer! We've got Bar Car Nights and a number of All Aboard with Thomas & Friends mini-performances on the schedule this month, making January the perfect time to visit our 250 acres. ‪#‎HTSNYBG http://bit.ly/HTSNYBG
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The holidays don't end with December, at least not at NYBG! Beginning January 2, a few familiar faces return to the Garden when All Aboard with Thomas & Friends kicks off 2016.

Bring your little ones for these sing-along adventures in Ross Hall through January 24, where they're welcome to join in the fun as Thomas the Tank Engine and Driver Sam plan a surprise party. And with the Holiday Train Show continuing through January 18, it's the perfect winter outing. More info and tickets here! ‪#‎HTSNYBG‬

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2900 Southern Blvd Bronx, NY 10458
2900 Southern BoulevardUSNew York10458
(718) 817-8700nybg.org
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The New York Botanical Garden is a museum of plants, an educational institution, and a scientific research organization. Founded in 1891 & now a National Historic Landmark, it is one of the greatest botanical gardens in the world.
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Sprawling spot of 50 gardens, 30,000 trees & landmark glasshouse with rain forest & cactus displays.- Google
"NY Botanical Garden is one of our favorite places."
"You get a special appreciation of historical landmarks with a "botanical" twist."
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Alrick Collins, Jr.
2 weeks ago
I first went here as a child with my Grandmother and Aunt. It was a nice experience. However, it wasn't until I took my lady here in 2014 that I REALLY for to enjoy the New York Botanical Garden for want it really is. We took the gardens in-house form of transportation to get from point A to B and enjoyed the view along the way. In addition to that, we took loads of pics to commemorate or time together. I would recommend to all gentleman looking for the perfect date with their lady to make this be THE destination. Definitely check out the Rise Garden while you're there. You won't regret it.
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Sajini Pathmanathan
a month ago
Such a beautiful garden, definitely reserve enough time and energy if you want to cover a decent portion of it. There's a convenient garden mobile that can get you to different parts of the garden. The Frida Kahlo exhibit there were showing was beautiful as well.
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Tom Zucker-Scharff
2 months ago
The NYBG is not only an excellent place to visit, it is a place you can relax and revive in the middle of a bustling city. I have been volunteering there with my wife for over 7 years and enjoy every minute of our once a week visits. The extra perks are too numerous to count and each one is worth the time and energy to exploit it to its' fullest. Whether you are going to a park for free, go to free shows at the NYBG or just stroll around, it is all worth it. But it doesn't stop there, we have entered other gardens and museums for Free and after volunteering for a certain amount of hours, the classes they give at the garden are free as well.
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elizabeth C.
2 months ago
Excellent place. Take the rail around thr park! Rose Garden is beautiful. I loved it so much I got married at the stone mill. My wedding was a dream come true.
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Lynn S
a month ago
Such an amazing place to visit! There's SO MUCH GREEN just a 20-minute train ride from Midtown Manhattan. The gardens are amazing, and they change throughout the year, depending on what's blooming. NYBG also runs a lot of great exhibitions/programs, the Frida Kahlo one was phenomenal and the Holiday Train Show was truly impressive.
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Ed García Conde
a month ago
No matter the season, the New York Botanical Garden is one of the most stunning places in the city and considered a worldwide leader in botany. 2015's Frida Kahlo exhibition shattered attendance records at the garden by a landslide. This is the perfect place to go to alone, with friends, family, your kids, or a romantic date. Easy access via Metro North which leaves you right outside its gates or subway and then a nice 10 minute walk or so.
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Justin Chow
2 months ago
Plenty of great things to see here, and it is massive. It is free to just enter the park but to do the attractions you have to pay a price. They also host great events such as the Frida art gallery.
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Tim T
a month ago
Serene escape from the city. Beautiful themed gardens that offer a variety of different feelings. Great for all age groups