See spectacular seasonal exhibitions inside a landmark glasshouse that also features a tropical rain forest and cactus-filled desert with plants that can be seen nowhere else in New York.

Explore 50 diverse gardens and plant collections across 250 acres of year-round beauty throughout the National Historic Landmark landscape, including 30,000 magnificent trees.

Enjoy exciting hands-on activities for the entire family in two gardens designed especially for children that connect plants and people, as well as wide-ranging adult education classes in several tri-state locations.

Discover the 50-acre Forest, Rock Garden, Home Gardening Center, and so much more during daily tours and programs.

Meadow Garden

Meadow Garden Discover 86 acres of beauty in our new Meadow Garden, a showcase of ecological design.

Seasonal Walk

Seasonal Walk, a 200-foot-long double border adjacent to the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory, has been reimagined by legendary Dutch garden designer Piet Oudolf. Using his “new wave planting style” that captures the vitality of nature within artfully designed gardens, Oudolf has combined thousands of native plants, perennials, grasses, and bulbs to provide a year-round visual feast of flowers and foliage.

More than 8,000 new bulbs and perennials were added to the expanded borders of Seasonal Walk, including the newest gardenworthy cultivars, unusual plant species, and selections not currently available in North America. The plants selected were chosen not only for their color and drama, but also for their shape and structure in order to create a distinct architecture for the borders.

The magnificently transformed site—a plantsman’s delight and long a favorite of Garden visitors and brides-to-be—celebrates the changing nature of plants, highlighting their ephemeral beauty in fall and winter as much as in spring and summer.