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Queens Botanical Garden, Flushing

(3.2/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web)
Queens Botanical Garden is a 39-acre urban oasis featuring beautiful garden displays, engaging public programs such as seasonal festivals and summer concerts, as well as innovative environmental education programs. QBG is also idyllic for weddings and business retreats.
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TripAdvisor
  • We brought our son for the summer petting zoo, they had a lot of animals from rabbits to ponies, it was nice and they also had kids rides. Lots of beautiful flowers and plants, my son got some seeds s...  more »
  • A place for local residents to learn gardening, recycling & composting. There is absolutely nothing of beauty to see here. The gardens are decrepit, tired and ill maintained.  more »
  • I love their free hours. The park is large enough and informed for all ages. Great for spring or fall. I'm not really a summer person, but it is nice during summer too. And winter is always free to vi...  more »
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  • Pales in comparison to Brooklyn botanical garden. BUT, it is a great place to take a leisure walk. To escape from the city feel. They don't have much flowers, but the place is spacious for a walk.
  • I love the gardens but their Halloween event was subpar and what was even more surprising was this was a paid event. I've attended several free events sponsored by the NYC parks department that were way better and at no cost. They really need to step it up.
  • Very peaceful and pretty. Parking isn't free and it's 7 to 10 dollars I believe. Street parking is your best bet and if you're lucky because flushing is very busy. The whole garden can be seen in under an hour, but it's a great place to sit and enjoy nature.
  • It's was a nice place to go walk around for a bit and look at some pretty flowers. I should have brought a blanket to relax on.
  • As for Botanical Garden it's rather small, so I wouldn't travel out to Queens just to visit this Botanical Garden as your only stop of the day. What we did was visit the Garden first, you'll be able to leave and come back in with your receipt if you're not a member. Plan lunch and other stops within walking distance and you're set for a fun day in Queens.