Feed the fish at the Gardens

Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens 2655 South Park Avenue, Buffalo, New York, United States

Feed the koi in a new learning experience at 9:30 a.m. on select days at the Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens. You enjoy early early access to the Botanical Gardens before they open to the public that day. Each participant receives a cup of koi fish food, an exclusive button and time to help feed the fish. This special encounter is limited to 15 people per experience. All tickets must be purchased ahead of time To purchase tickets go

Without flowers, there would be no us

Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens 2655 South Park Avenue, Buffalo, New York, United States

The Arcangel Gallery at the Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens is hosting a new exhibit with the works of Madeline Bartley. “Without Flowers, there would be no us” is a series of works on paper that pays tribute to adjusting oneself to new spaces. Viewers will encounter hand printed artworks on paper and fabrics that integrate watercolor drawings, embroidery and collage. Highlighting place-making with botanical elements with a background saturated in colors and assorted stencils. Bartley’s recent works on paper

Plants from the past: Herbarium Exhibit

Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens 2655 South Park Avenue, Buffalo, New York, United States

A herbarium is a collection of plants that have been preserved for scientific study. Many of the specimens chosen for this exhibit were originally home to, or collected from, our Botanical Gardens. These specimens are currently housed within the Clinton Herbarium at the Buffalo Museum of Science. To learn more about the Herbarium or to get involved, please visit www.sciencebuff.org/volunteer.  Get up close with several high-resolution reproductions of actual herbarium specimens, some of which are over 100 years old. Learn about the important role that the first Director of the Botanical Gardens, 

Without flowers, there would be no us

Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens 2655 South Park Avenue, Buffalo, New York, United States

The Arcangel Gallery at the Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens is hosting a new exhibit with the works of Madeline Bartley. “Without Flowers, there would be no us” is a series of works on paper that pays tribute to adjusting oneself to new spaces. Viewers will encounter hand printed artworks on paper and fabrics that integrate watercolor drawings, embroidery and collage. Highlighting place-making with botanical elements with a background saturated in colors and assorted stencils. Bartley’s recent works on paper

Plants from the past: Herbarium Exhibit

Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens 2655 South Park Avenue, Buffalo, New York, United States

A herbarium is a collection of plants that have been preserved for scientific study. Many of the specimens chosen for this exhibit were originally home to, or collected from, our Botanical Gardens. These specimens are currently housed within the Clinton Herbarium at the Buffalo Museum of Science. To learn more about the Herbarium or to get involved, please visit www.sciencebuff.org/volunteer.  Get up close with several high-resolution reproductions of actual herbarium specimens, some of which are over 100 years old. Learn about the important role that the first Director of the Botanical Gardens, 

Without flowers, there would be no us

Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens 2655 South Park Avenue, Buffalo, New York, United States

The Arcangel Gallery at the Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens is hosting a new exhibit with the works of Madeline Bartley. “Without Flowers, there would be no us” is a series of works on paper that pays tribute to adjusting oneself to new spaces. Viewers will encounter hand printed artworks on paper and fabrics that integrate watercolor drawings, embroidery and collage. Highlighting place-making with botanical elements with a background saturated in colors and assorted stencils. Bartley’s recent works on paper

Plants from the past: Herbarium Exhibit

Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens 2655 South Park Avenue, Buffalo, New York, United States

A herbarium is a collection of plants that have been preserved for scientific study. Many of the specimens chosen for this exhibit were originally home to, or collected from, our Botanical Gardens. These specimens are currently housed within the Clinton Herbarium at the Buffalo Museum of Science. To learn more about the Herbarium or to get involved, please visit www.sciencebuff.org/volunteer.  Get up close with several high-resolution reproductions of actual herbarium specimens, some of which are over 100 years old. Learn about the important role that the first Director of the Botanical Gardens, 

Without flowers, there would be no us

Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens 2655 South Park Avenue, Buffalo, New York, United States

The Arcangel Gallery at the Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens is hosting a new exhibit with the works of Madeline Bartley. “Without Flowers, there would be no us” is a series of works on paper that pays tribute to adjusting oneself to new spaces. Viewers will encounter hand printed artworks on paper and fabrics that integrate watercolor drawings, embroidery and collage. Highlighting place-making with botanical elements with a background saturated in colors and assorted stencils. Bartley’s recent works on paper

Plants from the past: Herbarium Exhibit

Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens 2655 South Park Avenue, Buffalo, New York, United States

A herbarium is a collection of plants that have been preserved for scientific study. Many of the specimens chosen for this exhibit were originally home to, or collected from, our Botanical Gardens. These specimens are currently housed within the Clinton Herbarium at the Buffalo Museum of Science. To learn more about the Herbarium or to get involved, please visit www.sciencebuff.org/volunteer.  Get up close with several high-resolution reproductions of actual herbarium specimens, some of which are over 100 years old. Learn about the important role that the first Director of the Botanical Gardens, 

Without flowers, there would be no us

Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens 2655 South Park Avenue, Buffalo, New York, United States

The Arcangel Gallery at the Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens is hosting a new exhibit with the works of Madeline Bartley. “Without Flowers, there would be no us” is a series of works on paper that pays tribute to adjusting oneself to new spaces. Viewers will encounter hand printed artworks on paper and fabrics that integrate watercolor drawings, embroidery and collage. Highlighting place-making with botanical elements with a background saturated in colors and assorted stencils. Bartley’s recent works on paper

Plants from the past: Herbarium Exhibit

Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens 2655 South Park Avenue, Buffalo, New York, United States

A herbarium is a collection of plants that have been preserved for scientific study. Many of the specimens chosen for this exhibit were originally home to, or collected from, our Botanical Gardens. These specimens are currently housed within the Clinton Herbarium at the Buffalo Museum of Science. To learn more about the Herbarium or to get involved, please visit www.sciencebuff.org/volunteer.  Get up close with several high-resolution reproductions of actual herbarium specimens, some of which are over 100 years old. Learn about the important role that the first Director of the Botanical Gardens, 

Without flowers, there would be no us

Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens 2655 South Park Avenue, Buffalo, New York, United States

The Arcangel Gallery at the Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens is hosting a new exhibit with the works of Madeline Bartley. “Without Flowers, there would be no us” is a series of works on paper that pays tribute to adjusting oneself to new spaces. Viewers will encounter hand printed artworks on paper and fabrics that integrate watercolor drawings, embroidery and collage. Highlighting place-making with botanical elements with a background saturated in colors and assorted stencils. Bartley’s recent works on paper

Plants from the past: Herbarium Exhibit

Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens 2655 South Park Avenue, Buffalo, New York, United States

A herbarium is a collection of plants that have been preserved for scientific study. Many of the specimens chosen for this exhibit were originally home to, or collected from, our Botanical Gardens. These specimens are currently housed within the Clinton Herbarium at the Buffalo Museum of Science. To learn more about the Herbarium or to get involved, please visit www.sciencebuff.org/volunteer.  Get up close with several high-resolution reproductions of actual herbarium specimens, some of which are over 100 years old. Learn about the important role that the first Director of the Botanical Gardens, 

Without flowers, there would be no us

Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens 2655 South Park Avenue, Buffalo, New York, United States

The Arcangel Gallery at the Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens is hosting a new exhibit with the works of Madeline Bartley. “Without Flowers, there would be no us” is a series of works on paper that pays tribute to adjusting oneself to new spaces. Viewers will encounter hand printed artworks on paper and fabrics that integrate watercolor drawings, embroidery and collage. Highlighting place-making with botanical elements with a background saturated in colors and assorted stencils. Bartley’s recent works on paper