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Clark Botanic Garden

193 I U Willets Rd, Albertson, NY 11507-2215
+1 516-484-2208
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lovely quiet oasis in a busy area

Beautiful botanic garden hidden away behind the railroad tracks. Two ponds with turtles, fish... read more

Reviewed 13 December 2017
LIFrancophile
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Long Island, New York
Nice place to take a walk or just Relax.

Nice place to walk around and appreciate Nature. The Admission is free. There is a box at the... read more

Reviewed 15 November 2017
bluejasmine1024
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Long Island, New York
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193 I U Willets Rd, Albertson, NY 11507-2215
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Reviewed 13 December 2017

Beautiful botanic garden hidden away behind the railroad tracks. Two ponds with turtles, fish, frogs, a stream running though the gardens. Los of benches for resting, plenty of walking paths and trails through the woods. You forget that you are only a few feet from...More

Thank LIFrancophile
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Reviewed 15 November 2017

Nice place to walk around and appreciate Nature. The Admission is free. There is a box at the entrance where you can give a donation. The Parking is Free. The have a little gift shop on the premises. There is no place to get food...More

Thank bluejasmine1024
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Reviewed 30 June 2017

If you are looking for a park for a picnic, quite stroll, or beautiful flowers, this place will not disappoint. Has a great kid gardening program. The BEST Halloween Spook Walk in Nassau county for all ages. Not to scary during the day.. scary enough...More

Thank edison2918
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Reviewed 4 May 2017 via mobile

We always love visiting the Clark Botanical Gardens as there's always ample parking and typically available seating during concerts and events. The Halloween event is my daughters favorite. The beauty overall lends to the idea of an enchanted forest.... right down the street.

Thank daddyblaize
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Reviewed 13 February 2017

This has been one of my favorite places to visit for many years. It has beautiful seasonal flowers, a pond, a gazebo, lovely walking paths with benches when you need them and picnic tables should you pack a lunch. Many informational programs are held in...More

1  Thank Hhs23
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Reviewed 22 December 2016

This is a neighbor gem and a very special place. This is a lovely spot to decompress from a stressful day, have a picnic lunch, take a scenic stroll. The garden is manageable in size and It is fun to see how the garden changes...More

Thank audtiernan
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Reviewed 3 September 2016

Small but very nicely laid out garden. It's hilly, with a few ponds, a couple of nice photo place opportunities. Only difficulty is lack of directional signs. One could walk around and get lost quite easily.

1  Thank jack M
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Reviewed 13 August 2016

Small, quiet, 12 acre garden that has it all. Free admission, man made pond, streams, beautiful trees, bushes, wildflowers, perennials, and Daylilly gardens. There is even a small gift shop.

2  Thank pixitaker
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Reviewed 9 August 2016

Great place to spend a day! This is in the middle of residential area just steps from the Albertson LIRR station on the Oyster Bay line.

1  Thank WorldTraveler1660
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Reviewed 9 July 2016

We lived a short walk from the garden for close to 25 years and we would bring our kids there for the Spooky Walk during the Halloween season at night; but Clark Garden is much more than that. Not nearly as big as the Planting...More

1  Thank YankeeJeff
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