Madison Square Park is open with safety protocols in place to protect our community.
In the 18th- and 19th-century, scientific fervor and intellectual curiosity resulted in many voyages of discovery by European nations. Naturalists, zoologists, and gardener-botanists accompanied colonial [Read More]
Join this year’s Mad. Sq. Artist Krzysztof Wodiczko and Brooke Kamin Rapaport, Deputy Director and Martin Friedman Chief Curator, on Tuesday, July 14 from 2 – [Read More]
Summer is here and so is our extensive collection of hydrangeas. At Madison Square Park, there are over 300 individual hydrangea plants, most of them [Read More]
A Conversation with artist Jammie Holmes & Dr. Seph Rodney of Hyperallergic Join us for a conversation on Tuesday, June 30 from 11 AM – [Read More]
Get the latest Park news and updates by following us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. To receive the most up-to-date information on city-wide parks, visit NYC Department of Parks. [Read More]
Over thousands of years, pollinators found in Madison Square Park have coevolved with regional plants to transfer pollen between male and female flower parts. In [Read More]
Aesculus hippocastanum, the horse chestnut, is a large deciduous tree native to the Balkans Peninsula. These trees, when mature, can grow to be between 50 [Read More]
As a managed green space, Madison Square Park is a vital source of food and shelter for native and migrating fauna throughout the year. This [Read More]
Our Green Team is back in the Park to bring you an exciting display of summer blooms. Featuring plants native to different continents around the [Read More]
Support your Park and protect the staff who are working hard to keep it blooming.