250 acres. 1 million plants. And you.
Experience the peaceful seasonal beauty across our 250 acres. Find out what’s beautiful now and explore the winding trails of our old-growth forest. Discover our arboretum collections of historic trees and stately ornamental conifers. Spot winter berries, colorful mushrooms, and birds amid the tranquil landscape.
Dig deeper into our collections with mobile guides and audio tours, and enjoy a self-guided forest bathing experience. Bring the whole family to explore colorful fall foliage throughout the landscape.
Safety Is Our Priority
We remain committed to providing you an enjoyable Garden experience with some new guidelines in place.
Let’s work together so the Garden can remain open to all.
MORE SEASONAL OFFERINGS
The Holiday Train Show Returns for Members
November 12–January 31
NYC’s favorite holiday tradition is back for our closest supporters! With tickets and capacity very limited due to safety protocols that include social distancing, the only way to see this captivating display is as a Member, Patron, Corporate Member, or Bronx Community Partner.
Select Dates November 27–January 9; 5–10 p.m.
An Outdoor Color and Light Experience
This holiday season, let it GLOW at The New York Botanical Garden in an all-new outdoor experience illuminating NYBG’s landmark landscape and Enid A. Haupt Conservatory.
With lots of room to spread out, explore a glowing world of color and light featuring the Haupt Conservatory as the centerpiece—its iconic exterior a glittering canvas. Washes of brilliant colors, thousands of dazzling lights, and picture-perfect installations fill the Reflecting Pool and enliven surrounding gardens and collections. Also during your visit, enjoy artistic ice carving displays, roving dancers and musicians, plus more outdoor fun.
Become a Member
Join now to get access to the Holiday Train Show. Members also get free admission, exclusive previews and hours, and special discounts throughout the year. Plus, Members play a vital role in helping the Garden preserve and protect the natural world.