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Urban Advantage at QBG

Welcome to Queens Botanical Garden where Urban Advantage students have access to 39 acres of trees, flowers and animals and can get an exceptional introduction to the natural world without a trek into the wilderness.

To book and for more info, email Groups@queensbotanical.org or call us at 718.886.3800 ext. 230.

When contacting, please make sure to have the following information:
•    Preferred dates
•    Title of program
•    Your name and contact information
•    Your organization’s title and contact information
•    Number of classes and students
•    Voucher numbers

Advance registration is required for all programs. A scheduled visit is not confirmed until a voucher is received. Please check your invoice for due dates. Queens Botanical Garden reserves the right to refuse registrations for any reason.

Workshops and Tours Available for Middle School Urban Advantage Groups
•    Biomes and Ecosystems (additional fees apply)
•    City Safari
•    Energy: You Move Me
•    Growing Together
•    Healing with Plants: The Amazing Legacy of Dr. George Washington Carver
•    Honeybees and other Pollinators
•    Making Scents of Plants
•    Plant Propagation
•    Water: Round & Round It Goes
•    What’s in Bloom
•    Wild Plants and the First Americans
•    A Worm in the City
•    Guided Garden Tour
•    Sustainability Tour
•    Self-Guided Tour (available April 1st through October 31st)

Workshops and Tours Available for Elementary School Urban Advantage Groups
•    Biomes and Ecosystems (additional fees apply)
•    Bugging Out
•    City Safari
•    Color Me Autumn
•    Growing Together 
•    Healing with Plants: The Amazing Legacy of Dr. George Washington Carver 
•    Honeybees and other Pollinators
•    Making Scents of Plants
•    Plants and Animals
•    Plants We Eat!
•    Trees and Me
•    What’s in Bloom
•    Wild Plants and the First Americans
•    A Worm in the City
•    Guided Garden Tour
•    Sustainability Tour
•    Self-Guided Tour (available April 1st through October 31st)

Please click here for additional information about our programs, rescheduling, and cancellation policy.

For questions related to Urban Advantage, please contact Marnie Rackmill at mrackmill@queensbotanical.org.  

 

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