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There is no combination ticket for those 19 and under. Ages 19 and under enter the Brooklyn Museum free of charge; those 12 and under enter the Brooklyn Botanic Garden free of charge. Child passes are not needed to visit these attractions.

Brooklyn Museum & Brooklyn Botanic Garden Combo tickets

Gate Prices Adult $25.00
Child (3-12)

Just a short subway ride from Manhattan brings you to one of the world's oldest and largest museums: the Brooklyn Museum. Follow up your visit with a stroll through the awe-inspiring 52-acre botanical garden. The stunning Beaux Arts building alone is worth the trip!

Housed in a 560,000 square-foot building, the permanent collection of the Brooklyn Museum represents virtually all the world’s cultures, ranging from the ancient to the contemporary. The museum prides itself on its long tradition of acquiring both Western and non-Western art. Its collections contain thousands of pieces, including African Art, Arts of the Islamic World, Decorative Arts, European Art, Egyptian, Classical & Ancient Near Eastern Art, Arts of the Pacific Islands, Arts of the Americas, Asian Art, Photography, and the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art.

Take a quick hop over to Brooklyn and visit the Brooklyn Museum and Brooklyn Botanic Garden on your trip to NYC. This ticket gives you access to both attractions, which are part of central Brooklyn’s vast complex of venues and gardens from the 19th century. All is accessible via a newly renovated subway station.

Exciting temporary exhibits also rotate through the halls of the Brooklyn Museum, and include diverse displays such as Body Parts: Ancient Egyptian Fragments and Amulets, Sam Taylor-Wood: Ghosts, Norman Rockwell: Behind the Camera, Assyrian Reliefs, Tipi: Heritage of the Great Plains, and The Dinner Party by Judy Chicago.

Brooklyn Botanic Garden:

Brooklyn is surprisingly green, and the Brooklyn Botanic Garden is a great place to spend a day breathing in the fresh air. The garden is located right next to the Brooklyn Museum, making for a full day’s worth of activities. Fifty two acres of world-famous botanical gems will leave you in awe, as you walk around the soothing Japanese Hill-and-Pond Garden, and the Cherry Esplanade, with its stunning blooms. The reflective nature of water is a central theme in this garden, as you will notice when looking at the Lily Pool Terrace, which is home to almost one hundred different kinds of water lilies.

Also featured at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden is the Steinhardt Conservatory, with its collection of exotic plants, and the C.V. Star Bonsai Museum. Even if the weather is a bit chilly, the garden is worth a trip, as it contains plants and exhibits that thrive in all climates and seasons.

The New York Explorer Pass is the best choice for maximum savings and flexibility. Choose to use your pass for Brooklyn Museum & Brooklyn Botanic Garden Combo tickets, then look to the list of other top attractions for your other Explorer Pass admission choices!

Getting In

Present your Pass at the entrance to the Brooklyn Museum. This ticket will be valid for same-day entry for both the Brooklyn Museum and the Brooklyn Botanic Garden.


Brooklyn Botanic Garden Hours:
Tuesday-Friday: 8AM-6AM
Saturday and Sunday: 10AM-6PM

Tuesday-Friday: 8AM-4:30PM
Saturday and Sunday: 10AM-4:30PM
*Last admission into the garden is 30 minutes before closing.

Brooklyn Museum Special Hours:
First Saturday of each month (except September): 11AM-11PM
Target first Saturdays: 5AM-11PM

Brooklyn Botanic Gardens Special Hours:
Memorial Day and Columbus Day: 10AM-6PM
Veteran’s Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day and Washington’s Birthday, 10AM-4:30PM


Mondays (except select holidays), Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day


The Botanic Garden has a separate entrance directly behind the museum. Additionally, passes are not accepted during the following festival dates (a separate admission fee will apply): Sakura Matsuri festival in late April, Chile Pepper festival in late September, and Ghouls & Gourds festival in late October. Please check the Garden's website to confirm that dates of those festivals.


200 Eastern Parkway
Brooklyn, NY 11238

Driving Directions

From Brooklyn Bridge: Left at Tillary; right on Flatbush Ave to Grand Army Plaza; 2/3 around Plaza; turn right onto Eastern Parkway. Museum is on Eastern Parkway and Washington Ave.; Manhattan Bridge enters directly onto Flatbush Ave.

Public Transportation

By Subway: 2 or 3 trains to Eastern Parkway/Brooklyn Museum (transfers to the 2 and 3 trains are available from the 4 and 5 trains at Nevins Street and the B, D, Q, N, R, and LIRR trains at Atlantic/Pacific St).

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