Directions, Parking, & Accessibility
Welcome to the heart of Queens! Queens Botanical Garden is conveniently located on Main Street in Flushing, Queens, NY and accessible by car and public transportation.
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Main Garden Entrance
43-50 Main Street, Flushing, NY 11355
Parking Garden Entrance (for parking)
42-80 Crommelin Street, Flushing, NY 11355
Parking is available year-round during Garden open hours.
Per vehicle, includes tax
On Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 14, $15 parking is in effect.
$8 on weekdays
$10 on weekends
Members enjoy $2 off parking fees
$15 for special event or program days*
*Please check program description or with program host
Parking vouchers are not applicable for special event parking rates.
Directions By Bus
Take Q44SBS or Q20A/B from the Bronx (south-bound) or Jamaica (north-bound) to Flushing, Queens.
Directions By Train
Take the no. 7 subway or Long Island Rail Road (Port Washington line) to Main Street/Flushing. Then, take the Q44SBS or Q20A/B bus, or walk eight blocks south to QBG along Main Street.
Directions By Car
Midtown Tunnel — Tunnel to Long Island Expressway (East) to Exit 23 Main Street. Turn left onto Main Street. Follow to Dahlia Avenue and turn left. Dahlia Avenue becomes Crommelin Street. The parking lot entrance is on the left.
Triborough Bridge — Bridge to Grand Central Parkway to Long Island Expressway (East). Follow directions from Midtown Tunnel.
Queens, Brooklyn, and Staten Island — Belt Parkway or Jackie Robinson Parkway to Van Wyck Expressway to Exit 12A (College Point Boulevard). Follow College Point Boulevard to Blossom Avenue. Make right. Blossom Avenue becomes Crommelin Avenue. Make a quick right into the Garden’s parking lot.
Long Island — Long Island Expressway (West) to Exit 23 Main Street. Make right turn on Main Street. Follow to Dahlia Avenue and turn left on Dahlia Avenue. Dahlia Avenue becomes Crommelin Street. The parking lot entrance is on the left.
New Jersey — New Jersey Turnpike to George Washington Bridge I-87 south to Triborough Bridge. Follow directions from Triborough Bridge.
Upstate and Connecticut — Throgs Neck Bridge to Clearview Expressway to Long Island Expressway (West). Follow directions from Long Island.
Queens Botanical Garden is dedicated to fostering an inclusive environment for everyone, regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, color, national origin, age, disability (physical or mental), sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, parental status, marital status, and political affiliation, as well as gender expression, mental illness, socioeconomic status or background, neuro(a)typicality, physical appearance, predisposing genetic characteristic or immigration status.
The majority of pathways at the Garden are paved and the Garden’s flat topography make it an excellent destination for visitors with ambulatory disabilities. There are a few periphery pathways that are not paved. We would recommend that each guest use their discretion and caution when deciding if any unpaved trails are suitable for them. Those areas are:
Woodland Trail | Fragrance Walk | Herb Garden Bridge
Please note that our Parking Garden has accessible parking spaces in Bay 1.
QBG provides wheelchairs as a courtesy to visitors. They are provided on a first-come, first-served basis at the Main Street Entrance, Parking Garden Entrance and Visitor & Administration Building. A valid driver’s license or government-issued picture identification card (ID) is needed in order to loan you a wheelchair. ID will be held during your visit and returned upon return of the wheelchair.
Braille signage is in use throughout the Visitor & Administration Building.
QBG does not allow pets on the grounds. Service animals are permitted in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
QBG provides learning opportunities for students of all abilities. All classroom spaces are accessible. When scheduling a visit, please notify our group bookings department of any learning or physical needs of the students. Contact [email protected] for more information.
Questions? Please call 718.886.3800.