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Website

www.bbg.org

Phone

(718) 623-7200

Address

990 Washington Avenue 
Brooklyn, NY 11225

Hours

November–February
Tuesday–Friday: 8am–4:30pm
Saturday and Sunday: 10am–4:30pm
Closed Mondays (but open Veterans Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and
Washington's Birthday, 10am–4:30pm)
Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's Day

March–October
Tuesday–Friday: 8am–6pm
Saturday and Sunday: 10am–6pm
Closed Mondays (but open Memorial Day and Columbus Day, 10am–6pm)
Closed Labor Day

Last admission into the Garden is 30 minutes before closing time

Admission

Adults: $10
Senior citizens (65 and over): $5
Students (with valid IDs): $5 
Members and children under 12: Free
School groups: Free
Seniors, Fridays year-round: Free
Tuesdays: Free
Saturdays 10–12 noon*: Free
Winter Weekdays (Tuesday–Friday, November–February): Free

*Except Saturdays with public programs such as Sakura Matsuri

Directions

Subway
2 or 3 train to Eastern Parkway / Brooklyn Museum, 4 or 5 train to Franklin Avenue, ] Q or B (weekdays only) to Prospect Park, S shuttle to Botanic Garden or Prospect Park

Bus
B41 to Grand Army Plaza or Empire Boulevard, B45 to Washington Avenue, B16 to Empire Boulevard

Membership

Click here to become a member of Brooklyn Botanic Garden

BBG

Situated on 52 acres in the heart of Brooklyn, Brooklyn Botanic Garden (BBG) is a living museum, as well as a horticultural and botanical resource, featuring world-class plant collections and specialty gardens. BBG offers year-round Public Programs including Sakura Matsuri, "New York's Rite of Spring;" Chile Pepper Fiesta; and Ghouls and Gourds. BBG offers year-round Education programs, art gallery exhibitions, and use of its Library and Gardener's Resource Center. Noted as the "premier horticultural attraction in the region" by The New York Times, BBG features many "gardens with the Garden" - particularly the acclaimed Steinhardt Conservatory and the world-class Cranford Rose Garden. BBG is also known as a "Garden of Firsts" for creating the first Japanese garden in an American public garden; the country's first garden designed for the visually impaired; and the Children's Garden, the oldest children's garden in continuous operation and a prototype for children's gardens throughout the world.

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