The 2016 Antique Garden Furniture Fair has concluded. Stay tuned for 2017 details.

For Members

Members receive free admission to the Antique Garden Furniture Fair but tickets are required. The quantity of free tickets is determined by the level of Membership. Tickets can be retrieved in advance online or at any ticket booth upon arrival.

Member Day

Friday, April 29; 10 a.m.–6 p.m.

On this day Members will receive:

  • Free parking with active Member ID
  • 20% off all purchases at NYBG Shop
  • 10% off Garden dining
  • Up to four half-price tickets for friends and family

Bring Your Guests

Guest passes are accepted for the Antique Garden Furniture Fair with valid Member ID during normal Garden hours. They are not accepted for Preview Party & Collector's Plant Sale or select premium events.

Attending Experts

  • Adirondack Furniture: Cherry Gallery
  • Cast Iron: Village Braider, Barbara Israel, Aileen Minor, Francis Purcell
  • Carved Stone: Bob Withington, Finnegan Gallery
  • Cast Stone: Milne's At Home Antiques, Balsamo
  • Botanical Prints: Fine Antique Prints, Arader Galleries
  • Fountains: Bob Withington, Francis Purcell, Schorr and Dobinski, Jeff Henkel
  • Folk Art in the Garden: Schorr and Dobinsky, Jeff Henkel, Bob Withington
  • Garden Statuary:
  • Interior Design with Garden Antiques: Cottage + Camp, Blithewold Home, Fleur, Scott Estepp

Live Music


The award-winning eco-music ensemble Englewinds performs a virtuosic program featuring Flight of the Bumblebee by Rimsky-Korsakoff, The Bee by Sarah Davol, and other bee-related music. Englewinds musicians: Marcia Hankle, flute; Sarah Davol, oboe; Mitch Kriegler, clarinet; R.J. Kelley, horn; and Atsuko Sato, bassoon. The program offers an opportunity to reflect on the disappearance of honeybees. A New York City beekeeper will talk after the concert about honeybees and how we can help.

Saturday & Sunday

Sweet Megg and the Wayfarers transport you to a world of their own making, incorporating elements of New Orleans and Harlem swing, Parisian cabaret, and blues into one charming musical performance.

City Island Gold Apiary

Located close to Pelham Bay Park, the Apiary is an ideal setting for honeybees. By educating New Yorkers about how their food is produced, the apiary turns consumers into co-producers by way of public outreach on honeybees and conservation. They conduct "Bee Whisperers' Workshops" without protective gear, as working closely with the insects fosters an intuitive understanding of honeybee behavior.

Antique Garden Furniture Fair Events & Activities

More details coming soon.

Antique Garden Furniture Fair Preview Party and Collectors' Plant Sale

April 28; 5:30 p.m.
Join the benefit that attracts over 600 guests to enjoy cocktails and preview the oldest and most beautiful collections of antique garden furniture and architectural artifacts in the country. The evening includes a Silent Auction with one-of-a-kind items and experiences, and a Collectors' Plant Sale that features rare and exotic plants. Special ticket required.

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Designer Chairman Ken Fulk

Ken Fulk creates experiences large and small. For 20 years, the San Francisco-based designer has been known for his richly layered interiors and over-the-top parties. In the last decade, Fulk has evolved into far more than a designer of spaces. He's now the curator of a lifestyle, not only designing clients' homes—down to their custom stationery and signature scent—but also their wardrobes, weddings, dinner parties and family vacations. His firm, Ken Fulk Inc, is a creative think tank made up of designers, artists, architects, graphic designers, brand strategists and producers—all based out of a four-story 1920s building affectionately called "The Magic Factory." The Magic Factory's New York City outpost is opening in the Spring of 2016.