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New York Botanical Garden


An official Path Through History Site! The New York Botanical Garden, neighbor to the Bronx Zoo, is a museum of plants, a center for learning, and a plant science leader in New York City’s greenest borough. Offering more than a million plants and 50 unique collections to explore across its 250 acres, the Garden is an international hub of study and botanical research—as well as a year-round destination of seasonal beauty indoors and out. Discover the historic Enid A. Haupt Conservatory, an iconic glasshouse showcasing the wonders of the Garden’s diverse living collections among lush tropical rain forests, cactus-filled deserts, and aquatic and carnivorous plant species, then set out to enjoy a broad calendar of events each year, including world-class art exhibitions, lively evening get-togethers, and more.



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