Note: Until 11 a.m. on Saturday, May 21, street access and area parking are limited due to staging for the RBC Brooklyn Half Marathon. Please consider taking public transportation.
All visitors must have a ticket to enter. Reserve in advance for fastest entry. Members and affiliates with free tickets must also show member card or proof of eligibility on entry.
Monday’s Hours: Closed
150 Eastern Parkway
455 Flatbush Avenue
990 Washington Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11225
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Magnolias, tulips, cherries, and many more plants are blooming from late March through early May.
Birds and Other Wildlife At the Garden
The Garden is a habitat for countless birds, butterflies, bees, rabbits, and more.
Visit with Kids
Young naturalists (and their grown-ups) can use this guide to explore the Garden.
Visit on a Date
Some of the most romantic spots in New York City are here in the Garden.
See peonies, lilacs, wisteria, and azaleas in late April through May.
Roses, water-lilies, and meadow flowers are among the many beautiful blooms to see during summer.
See brilliant autumnal foliage, colorful wildflowers and grasses, birds and other wildlife, and much more around the Garden.
See graceful evergreens and winter berries outdoors and tropical fruits and colorful orchids indoors.