New York Botanical Garden

200th Street and Kazimiroff Blvd.
A tranquil oasis of around 250 acres in the Bronx, the New York Botanical Garden was established in the late 19th century. Visit the stunning and recently-renovated Enid A. Haupt Conservatory to take "an eco-tour of the world under glass" o... more

A tranquil oasis of around 250 acres in the Bronx, the New York Botanical Garden was established in the late 19th century. Visit the stunning and recently-renovated Enid A. Haupt Conservatory to take "an eco-tour of the world under glass" or wander around the sprawling 47 gardens and plant collections. You might also check out the largest Herbarium in the Western Hemisphrere, which has over six million plant specimens. And don't miss the Peggy Rockefeller Rose Garden, which won the 1999's President's Award for the most outstanding All-America Rose Selections. The new International Plant Science Center is includes the new William and Lynda Steere Herbarium and the renovated and expanded LuEsther T. Mertz Library, the largest plant-research collections of their kind in the Western Hemisphere and crucial resources for scientists the world over. The state-of-the-art facilities of the new International Plant Science Center will ensure that the Garden remains at the forefront of biodiversity research and that its research collections are preserved and accessible for generations to come.


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Celebrating food diversity, scientific advances, and community innovation

Join The Periodic Table of Food Initiative for Biodiversity of Foods: From Molecules to Systems (Day 1) and Mapping Food Quality (Day 2)Join us for a free symposium celebrating groundbreaking food biodiversity innovations and to suggest that the urgent topics of  food diversity and quality ("Wh... [ + ]at is in our food?") are of great interest to your community and followers. The Periodic Table of Food Initiative is developing new resources for us to know more than ever before about what is in our food - and we are spotlighting and celebrating these great strides with several partner organizations, chefs, policy makers, and thought leaders in a two-day celebration symposium co-hosted with the New York Botanic Gardens on Tuesday, April 23 (Ross Hall at The New York Botanical Garden at The New York Botanical Garden) and Wednesday, April 24 (The Rockefeller Foundation Global Headquarters). The press release is below. Tickets are FREE and include complimentary food and drinks. The event is also accessible via Livestream. It's open to the public, and much of the programming is interactive, including plant walks, trivia, and more.

04/23/2024 10:00 AM
Tue, April 23
10:00AM
$
$15 - Adults
$7 - Seniors
$7 - Students with valid ID
$4 - Children (2-12)

Free admission for infants under two. Free grounds admission all day Wednesday and from 10am-12pm on Saturday
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200th Street and Kazimiroff Blvd.
Bronx, NY
(718) 817-8700
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Admission And Tickets

$15 - Adults
$7 - Seniors
$7 - Students with valid ID
$4 - Children (2-12)

Free admission for infants under two. Free grounds admission all day Wednesday and from 10am-12pm on Saturday

This Week's Hours

Tue-Sun: 10:00am–6:00pm, and Monday federal holidays
Closed on Christmas

Nearby Subway

  • to Fulton St
  • to Broadway/Nassau Sts
  • to Fulton St -- 0.1

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