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New York City Getaways

New York Botanical Garden

Year Round
Tuesday to Sunday (closed on Mondays)
Not valid December 16-January 1, 2019 (holiday train show)

Botanical Garden

The experience

No trip to New York City is complete without a visit to America's premier garden. Featuring world- renowned exhibitions, 250 acres, 50 gardens & collections, rich educational programming, and family- friendly activities for all ages, it is the City's greatest living museum-an urban oasis unlike any other.

Seasonal exhibitions include: Georgia O'Keeffe: Visions of Hawai'i (May 19-October 28). For details on these exhibitions, events, and educational offerings at this urban oasis and magnificent museum of plants, visit Visit www.nybg.org.

Botanical Garden

Your package includes All-Garden Pass which allows full access to the Garden grounds as well as special exhibitions, the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory, Rock Garden (April - October), Garden Highlights Tram Tour, the Native Plant Garden and the Everett Children's Adventure Garden.

The deal

    WEEKDAYS (Tues-Fri)
  • Package price from GCT/Harlem-125th Street: adults, $32.50; seniors, persons with disabilities and individuals receiving Medicare, $27; students w/ID, $29.50; child 12, $20.50; children 5-11, $11; children 2-4, $9; children under 2, free.
  • Package price from other stations: check for price from your boarding station.

    WEEKENDS (Sat/Sun)
  • Package price from GCT/Harlem-125th Street: adults, $37.50; seniors, persons with disabilities and individuals receiving Medicare, $33; students w/ID, $35.50; child 12, $23; children 5-11, $13.50; children 2-4, $11.50; children under 2, free.
  • Package price from other stations: check for price from your boarding station.
  • Purchase your rail/admission ticket from any Metro-North ticket office or full-service ticket vending machine (excluding Botanical Garden Station).

Getting there

Take the Harlem Line to Botanical Garden Station and follow signs to the Garden. Check here for an

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