New Garden Entrances

The new Garden entrances are part of BBG's Campaign for the Next Century.

Along with the Visitor Center’s entryway into the Garden, BBG's renovated public entrance on Flatbush Avenue helps BBG fully engage surrounding neighborhoods and beautify the streetscape. Along with aesthetic improvements, these new facilities offer better amenities for all visitors.

A Closer Look at the New Entrances

  • Passersby walk on the sidewalk in front of the Washington Avenue Entrance of Brooklyn Botanic Garden.

    Washington Avenue

    The new Visitor Center at Washington Avenue not only welcomes BBG visitors but also creates an eco-friendly streetscape. Two rain gardens and new street trees provide additional green space for visitors and passersby alike, contributing to the ongoing revitalization of the surrounding neighborhoods.

  • Visitors in front of the Flatbush Avenue entrance of Brooklyn Botanic Garden.

    Flatbush Avenue

    The new Flatbush Avenue entrance to the Garden strengthens the Garden's "front door" presence on Flatbush Avenue while preserving the experience of entering through the historic original gate. An early-spring-blooming garden guides visitors to a new ticket booth, restrooms, and other improvements at the southern end of the Garden.

  • Visitors in front of the large metallic gate of Brooklyn Botanic Garden.

    Eastern Parkway

    An inviting new entrance at Eastern Parkway reconfigured the area, improved the entrance's visibility, pulled the gates back, and provided new gates that serve as a signpost for the Garden. A larger plaza welcomes visitors, and new ticket booths improved visitor flow.

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