This colorful botanical garden is located in the Brooklyn neighborhood. It is considered by the New York Times the most important "natural" attraction in New York. What is surprising is the incredible number of different gardens within the garden itself. You have to discover this great mechanism similar to the Chinese matrioska.
The botanical garden extends over twenty hectares. Depending on the season you can admire different plants during their bright bloom. The park's most important areas are the Japanese garden, where was recreated a pond with a small waterfall, and a Shinto temple, among cherry trees, azaleas, and the Bonsai Museum. For many people, the most exciting part of BBG is the Shakespeare Garden. There you can see the plants mentioned by the immense english writer.