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Queens Botanical Garden, Flushing

Categories: Gardens, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
3.2/5 based on 65+ 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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  • A couple of years ago some childhood friends took me to hear LIVE Egyptian music and it was so amazing. So if you check online maybe you can find some good music here!! 
  • If you ve been to other botanical gardens in NY, this one is smaller in comparison. but if you don't like to deal with crowds and noisy children running around. You might be able to find peace and qui...  read more »
  • If you want to escape the hustle and bustle of downtown Flushing, it's worth your while to take a walk down Main Street to visit the Queens Botanical Gardens where you'll find the best that nature has...  read more »
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Not giving it five stars because it's the biggest and best botanical garden in the city, but because I support any effort in Queens to bring some countryside wisdom into the bowels of urban asphalt and concrete. Yes, it's a tranquil and beautiful place and they have a nice, new parking lot. But for me, as a local, it's really about what it represents. Nature is a key part of any future city plan and we need places like this to be thought leaders and to inspire us. Grab the kids, grab the girlfriend, grab grandma, whatever. Just go there. Do it!
  • Extremely poor service, and their staff is very uninformed and inconsiderate with work ethics. Highly do not recommend this place if you are booking a wedding.
  • Certainly not the largest of the borough gardens, but it's well kept and it's nice if you want a short stroll. The upside is that it's pretty easy to find street parking if you want to save money on parking.
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