Elizabeth Street Garden, New York City

4.7
Elizabeth Street Garden (ESG) is a 1-acre community sculpture garden in the Nolita neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City, located on Elizabeth Street between Prince and Spring Streets. The garden is managed by Elizabeth Street Garden, Inc. (ESG), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, and open to the public for general use and community events by ESG volunteers.

City-owned and privately leased, the Garden is open to the public daily, weather permitting. Neighborhood volunteers operate the Garden year-round and program more than 200 free, public educational, wellness and arts-related events annually for children, seniors and all who live and work in the community.

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  • This garden represent beauty all over soho. Such a great green spot! I have been here for my first time and got Impressed about the surrounding calm and artistichic atmosphere. I recommend this...  more »
  • Visited on a sunny afternoon, this is a beautiful garden with plenty of seating areas and nice vibe, well worth a visit if in the area. The group is collecting money to ensure the garden is...  more »
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  • A lovely place to take a break from your hectic day. ESG offers a respit within a sanctuary that is ripe for cleansing the mind and catching a deep breathe. Try it and consider donating to help keep this gem free and open to the public. Kudos to the volunteers and ground keepers that maintain this oasis. Thank you. See you soon.
  • The annual orchid demonstrate to was just magical. Smelling the orchids and also the lighting, enjoying drinks with good quality music made the evening a particular one. There’s live music plus some good stalls at typically the entrance. It seemed as if I was attending some wedding or even a special event. I would for sure recommend anyone to visit their evening shows.

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