Discover NYC’s Botanical Gardens Within 30 Minutes of The Sagamore
Seeking serenity in New York City? You won’t have to look far to find world-renowned botanical gardens. From 6BC Botanical Garden to NYC Botanical Garden and more, there’s something for everyone within 30 minutes of The Sagamore
NYC Botanical Garden
Where: 2900 Southern Blvd, Bronx
The NYC Botanical Garden is one of the largest botanical gardens in the world. Featuring over 50 acres of diverse landscapes, including a native forest, a rose garden, a Japanese garden, and a rock garden. Visitors can explore the different gardens, attend special exhibitions, and take part in educational programs. Be sure to check out Enid A. Haupt Conservatory, a stunning glasshouse that’s filled with tropical plants and seasonal exhibitions. Learn more about NYC Botanical Garden.
Brooklyn Botanic Garden
Where: 990 Washington Ave, Brooklyn
One of Brooklyn’s most enchanting places to experience tranquility, Brooklyn Botanic Garden attracts over 900,000 visitors each year. Featuring a variety of curated gardens, stop by in the spring to discover more than 200 cherry blossoms in full bloom in The Cherry Esplanade. There’s also the very popular Shakespeare Garden, the Rose Garden, Japanese Hill and Pond Garden and a lot more. Learn more about Brooklyn Botanic Garden.
6BC Botanical Garden
Where: 630 E 6th St, East Village
A hidden gem located in the East Village, 6BC Botanical Garden is a community botanical garden that has truly bloomed and blossomed since the early 1980s when the location was but a rubble-strewn empty lot. If you’re wondering what their name is all about, the 6 stands for the garden’s East 6th Street location, the B stands for Botanical and the C stands for Community. Here you’ll find a koi pond, a children’s garden, a shade garden where low-light plants like ferns and hostas thrive, as well as a charming greenhouse. Learn more about 6BC Botanical Garden.