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New York Botanical Garden

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New York Botanical Garden

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2900 Southern Blvd, Bronx, NY 10458-5153
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Neal F wrote a review 09 Jan
Hartsdale, New York449 contributions145 helpful votes
Went to visit the GLOW attraction at night at the garden. It was great, even if it was a little chilly out. The light were beautiful and my wife and granddaughter had a great time. Unfortunately, this is a limited attraction only for the holiday season.
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Date of experience: January 2021
Companion436142 wrote a review 08 Jan
Marrakech, Morocco2 contributions
Drove in from NJ to see NYBG Glow with friends. Bought 6 tickets at $30 AND paid $20 parking for two cars- only to be disappointed. Thought it would be fun to see some great creative light displays with the music we read about, but there wasn’t much to see. we walked the garden loop lit by fun snowflake balls with two side garden walks through a lit ball garden with a steel drum duo and the other a giant gazebo. Only to then walk a partially lit path to the ice sculpture - nice but not too exciting -and then came upon one single hip hop dancer performing to the dance of the sugar plum fairies. Then we were at the front gate again. Nothing truly unique or inspiring throughout the walk, and certainly NOT worth the admission fee or parking. Wasn’t expecting crazy light displays like you see in some neighborhoods, but something with pizazz or interesting light effects were expected, not just lit paths and colored up lights on buildings. In total, with a bathroom stop, we were there 35 minutes. Didn’t see a point in standing in the cold line for over priced hot chocolate at the end. 😔
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Date of experience: January 2021
Lolly’s Look wrote a review 05 Jan
New York City, New York12 054 contributions13 256 helpful votes
The NY Botanical garden is a beautiful spot for the Christmas season. The train show is amazing and the grounds are decorated. The Glo area with ice carvings, music and lighted decorations is worth the visit.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Marianela R wrote a review 04 Jan
Berkeley Heights, New Jersey2 contributions
Not an activity to do in Winter, $20 parking plus $22 each adult ( we are 5) for us to realize the only indoor activity wasn't open for the ticket we paid, basically we wasted $130 for a walk in the park, better to go to central park for free. there is nothing to see in winter, leaves are gone, no flowers all we saw were piles of snow, it should be free of charge in winter or close to the public.
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Date of experience: January 2021
Julie S wrote a review Dec 2020
New York City, New York282 contributions102 helpful votes
How fun it was to go see NYBG Glow, open until January 9. Last night there was a steel drum band playng Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, an ice carver, a big outdoor fire pit and lots of gorgeous lights and colors. If you're a member, you also can tour the famous train show in an almost empty Conservatory. This is a festive and cheerful way to celebrate the holiday and so joyful.
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Date of experience: December 2020