July 3, 2018

Mad. Sq. Barkfest 2018

Please join us at Mad. Sq. Barkfest, a family-friendly event for dogs and dog-lovers. At the event, the Southern Gravel will be transformed into an outdoor [Read More]


Trees For Bees

Two weeks ago, Madison Square Park Conservancy partnered with The Honeybee Conservancy to celebrate Pollinator Week. It has also been one year since we debuted our [Read More]

June 28, 2018

Take A Self-Guided Garden Tour!

Enjoy our Self-Tour Garden Maps, featuring seasonal Mad. Sq. Hort highlights from our Southern Fountain and Reflecting Pool displays. These maps help you identify and locate [Read More]

June 19, 2018

Diana Al-Hadid on Gradiva

Deputy Director of Mad. Sq. Art and Martin Friedman Senior Curator, Brooke Kamin Rapaport sat with Diana Al-Hadid to hear an excerpt from Wilhelm Jensen’s [Read More]

June 16, 2018

What’s Happening Here: Eternal Light Monument Renovations

Madison Square Park Conservancy is working with the United War Veterans Council on a landscape redesign to give the Eternal Light Memorial flagstaff the prominence [Read More]

June 14, 2018

Pollinator Week Tour | June 18

Join us for a tour led by a Mad. Sq. Park Gardener and Guillermo Fernandez, Director of The Honeybee Conservancy, which will explore the different [Read More]

Plants for Birds

This year we will celebrate National Pollinator Week from June 18-24, which aims to honor and protect the bees, butterflies, birds, and beetles that comprise the [Read More]

June 11, 2018

Then & Now: Victorian Influence in Mad. Sq. Park

At Madison Square Park, we focus on the conservation and celebration of all flora and fauna that make up our unique urban gardens. As part [Read More]

Mad. Sq. Hort, News

Press Buzz for Delirious Matter

Located on our Oval Lawn, peripheral lawns, and the northern reflecting pool are six sculptures that seamlessly appear to be deteriorating, growing, and blurring the [Read More]

June 6, 2018

Theater for One at Madison Square Park: Gradiva Who Walked Through Hell and Came Back

If you happened to be in the park on Wednesday, May 30th, between 6pm and 9pm, a woman carrying a red umbrella may have approached [Read More]