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New York Botanical Garden

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New York Botanical Garden

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2900 Southern Blvd, Bronx, NY 10458-5153
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Norwood – 205th StNew York City Subway12 min
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terry crawford wrote a review Aug 2020
13 contributions1 helpful vote
beautiful plants, scenary. you must take sinus medicine before you go. dont visit when it is too hot very little shade. i will go again one day, next time i shall take pictures. warning bronx area high crime, watch your valuables, leave jewelry home, back a lunch and liquids.
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Date of experience: April 2020
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drloosen49 wrote a review Aug 2020
bavaria3 contributions1 helpful vote
NYBG was kept closed through the best of the spring and early summer flowers. Now it's an expensive (especially if parking at $20) experience with so-so payoff.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Arthur G wrote a review Jul 2020
Scarsdale, New York1,555 contributions226 helpful votes
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Although the New York Botanical Garden Was closed for the last few months, they have reopened and while you have to make a reservation in advance, it’s still as gorgeous as ever! They limit visitors to around 3,000 however the day we were there, i doubt there were more than a few hundred in the garden. My advice is reserve and drive over or take a cab! There’s loads of parking and while you can order takeout, the restaurants Are closed for indoor seating. However the gift shop is open and they are having some great sales!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Jonathan Chan wrote a review Jul 2020
New York City, New York78 contributions17 helpful votes
We had so much fun visiting the New York Botanical Gardens! This is a beautiful preserve with lots of different native species and flowers. The gardens have a lot of winding trails to wander through, including a small waterfall and stone mill. Excited to come back when more of the plants are in full bloom!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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hrobinson1114 wrote a review Jul 2020
Hopkinsville, Kentucky1,525 contributions49 helpful votes
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The NYBG is an expansive green space that serves as an urban oasis. It is close to the Bronx zoo, so could be combined into a nice day trip. Employees are nice and helpful. A huge 250+ acre expanse of plants, trees, ponds. Nicely maintained paths and tons of plaques to educate about each species. Lots of benches in the shade to rest and enjoy the outdoors. Tons of color. This is also the first botanical garden I’ve visited that is so bountiful I can smell the sweetness of the blooms as I meander (even with a mask on). Would be a nice place to visit in all seasons.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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