5 sisters in Brooklyn visited the gardens. It was enjoyable and had a large array of different flora to see and to discover. I would give it a thumbs up, but not necessarily a must see.
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We went on a cloudy Sunday morning and had a great time exploring the grounds and seeing the sculpture exhibition. The shuttle was a convenient way to get around the park and see everything on our wish list Great time was had by all of...More
The garden is free Tuesdays and before noon on Saturdays. We visited on a Saturday morning and spent around 1.5 hour exploring the different gardens. The Japanese garden is located in the middle of the park right by a little pond. Situated across the pond...More
I greatly enjoyed my free afternoon wandering in the garden. Unique garden themes such as the Shakespeare garden featuring 80+ plants mentioned in Shakespeare plays and a fragrance garden. Beautiful cherry esplanade that must be stunning in spring. Free on Tuesdays.
Great value, free at a couple of points during the week; the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens rewards those bold souls who decide that Times Square needs an equal and opposite experience to thrill, maintain sanity and return to the beauty of nature. Sublime, sensory experience; which...More
As a Brooklyn resident this has been my haven for decades. Take field trips with my students twice a year. The top of spring is the best time to visit. The is a Japanese garden and lake pond with giant koi to view. Trees, flowers...More