Group Programs for Kids & Schools


QBG welcomes children from across New York City and beyond to our 39-acre living museum. QBG is an urban oasis where people, plants, and cultures are celebrated. The educational workshops and tours we offer guide young participants through inspiring gardens and real-world applications of environmental stewardship. Pre-K through High School learners use hands-on activities to explore topics from Honeybees to Biomes, and our instructors are noted for their wealth of knowledge about plants and animals as well as sustainable design and environmental stewardship principles. Get up close with nature through our interactive workshops and tours. Learn more below.

To book your visit call 718.886.3800 ext 230, email [email protected], or fill out our online request form.

QUEENS BOTANICAL GARDEN is located on property owned in full by the City of New York and its operation is made possible in part by public funds provided through the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, the New York City Department of Sanitation, the New York City Council, the New York State Assembly and Senate, and the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation. The Queens Borough President and Queens elected representatives in the City Council and State Legislature provide leadership funding. Corporations, foundations, and individuals provide additional support.

HSBC Bank provides leadership support for the Children’s Garden | Sponsored by HSBC Bank. The Consolidated Edison Company of New York provides support for education programs and workshops through the Con Edison Curriculum. Additional support for education programs is provided by the Frank J. Antun Foundation, Aviation Development Council, The Barker Welfare Foundation, City Gardens Club of New York City, One Point of Light Foundation, Dr. Robert C. & Tina Sohn Foundation, and TD Charitable Foundation. QBG gratefully acknowledges the Queens Delegation of the New York City Council, under the leadership of Council Member Karen Koslowitz and Speaker Corey Johnson.