There are still some blooms to be seen in Brooklyn and a few chances remaining to grab a guided walk of botanical beauties.
The season for the guided walks of seasonal highlights at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden wraps up at the end of this month and won’t start up again until next spring. Tour participants can wander over the 52-acre site with a knowledgeable guide pointing out the fall highlights in the garden. The cherry blossom season isn’t the only time when the garden shines: The autumn garden is filled with late-blooming flowers and bright foliage.
The tours take place from 1 to 2 p.m. on Tuesdays through Sundays until October 31. The tours are free with admission to the garden. Head to the building steps of the Magnolia Plaza to meet up with the guide. For more information and the full calendar of events, click here.
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