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Monday, Sept. 26 (See map view)

The exhibit feature ancient, rarely seen fossils, and life-like models, including a 23-foot-long feathered tyrannosaur (Yutyrannus huali) and a small four-winged dromeosaur (Anchiornis huxleyi) with a 22-inch wingspan and vivid, patterned plumage. Visitors will encounter a tiny dinosaur whose sleeping posture precisely echoes that of a living bird, an extinct-dinosaur nest containing remains of the adult that guarded the hatchlings, and the fossil cast of a relative of Triceratops that had simple feathers on its body. 10 am to 4 pm.

The cast of the largest dinosaur that ever walked the earth is now on exhibit. The 122-foot long dino is residing on the fourth floor. This giant herbivor belongs to a group known as titanosaurs, and weighed about 70 tons. 11 am to 5 pm.

Plants and imaginations grow at the Howell Family Garden, where kids are allowed!—no, encouraged!—to play in the dirt. Display gardens, such as the Global Gardens, Bean Tunnel and Salad Bowl, and daily interactive gardening activities delight and inspire. 1:30 pm to 5:30 pm.

Tuesday, Sept. 27 (See map view)

Celebrate the season by putting on a festive fall puppet show and having a spooky tea party in the Victorian playhouse. Guided activities feature making a sprout-a-seed necklace and exploring flowers, fruits, and seeds. 10 am to 6 pm.

Just in time for the spooky season - Sculptor and artist Ray Villafane returns to New York Botanical Garden to create an original installation that explores the evolution of the scarecrow in the United States, from its everyday role in agriculture to its status as a cultural icon in films and comic books. 10 am to 6 pm.

The exhibit feature ancient, rarely seen fossils, and life-like models, including a 23-foot-long feathered tyrannosaur (Yutyrannus huali) and a small four-winged dromeosaur (Anchiornis huxleyi) with a 22-inch wingspan and vivid, patterned plumage. Visitors will encounter a tiny dinosaur whose sleeping posture precisely echoes that of a living bird, an extinct-dinosaur nest containing remains of the adult that guarded the hatchlings, and the fossil cast of a relative of Triceratops that had simple feathers on its body. 10 am to 4 pm.

Parents often use Story time in Nolen Library as a jumping-off point to explore galleries in the museum. Afternoon sessions are recommended for kids 3 to 7; morning sessions for those 3 and younger. “Strolling Guides” handed out at the afternoon sessions encourage families to search for subjects and imagery that have been touched upon in the books they’ve listened to. 10:30 am to 11:30 am.

The cast of the largest dinosaur that ever walked the earth is now on exhibit. The 122-foot long dino is residing on the fourth floor. This giant herbivor belongs to a group known as titanosaurs, and weighed about 70 tons. 11 am to 5 pm.

Plants and imaginations grow at the Howell Family Garden, where kids are allowed!—no, encouraged!—to play in the dirt. Display gardens, such as the Global Gardens, Bean Tunnel and Salad Bowl, and daily interactive gardening activities delight and inspire. 1:30 pm to 5:30 pm.

Garden beds are filled with plants featured in the favorite recipes of the chefs from Mario Batali’s restaurants. Kids can explore the gardens to solve Mario’s Menu Mystery. 1:30 pm to 6 pm.

Garden beds are filled with plants featured in the favorite recipes of the chefs from Mario Batali’s restaurants. Kids can explore the gardens to solve Mario’s Menu Mystery. 1:30 pm to 6 pm.

Create miniature works of art (4"x6") or less using multiple mediums like acrylic paint, water color, pastel, pencil, ink, and surfaces like wood, canvas, paper, metal, and glass. 2 pm to 3:30 pm.

Create miniature works of art (4"x6") or less using multiple mediums like acrylic paint, water color, pastel, pencil, ink, and surfaces like wood, canvas, paper, metal, and glass. 2 pm to 3:30 pm.

Wednesday, Sept. 28 (See map view)

Celebrate the season by putting on a festive fall puppet show and having a spooky tea party in the Victorian playhouse. Guided activities feature making a sprout-a-seed necklace and exploring flowers, fruits, and seeds. 10 am to 6 pm.

The exhibit feature ancient, rarely seen fossils, and life-like models, including a 23-foot-long feathered tyrannosaur (Yutyrannus huali) and a small four-winged dromeosaur (Anchiornis huxleyi) with a 22-inch wingspan and vivid, patterned plumage. Visitors will encounter a tiny dinosaur whose sleeping posture precisely echoes that of a living bird, an extinct-dinosaur nest containing remains of the adult that guarded the hatchlings, and the fossil cast of a relative of Triceratops that had simple feathers on its body. 10 am to 4 pm.

Just in time for the spooky season - Sculptor and artist Ray Villafane returns to New York Botanical Garden to create an original installation that explores the evolution of the scarecrow in the United States, from its everyday role in agriculture to its status as a cultural icon in films and comic books. 10 am to 6 pm.

Parents often use Story time in Nolen Library as a jumping-off point to explore galleries in the museum. Afternoon sessions are recommended for kids 3 to 7; morning sessions for those 3 and younger. “Strolling Guides” handed out at the afternoon sessions encourage families to search for subjects and imagery that have been touched upon in the books they’ve listened to. 10:30 am to 11:30 am.

The cast of the largest dinosaur that ever walked the earth is now on exhibit. The 122-foot long dino is residing on the fourth floor. This giant herbivor belongs to a group known as titanosaurs, and weighed about 70 tons. 11 am to 5 pm.

Groups must schedule in advance. Space is limited. Kids engage in activities that encourages self expression through process-oriented art—allowing for individual expression. Interpretation of literary arts through a different art form includes discussion and sharing of ideas. 11 am to 12:30 pm.

Plants and imaginations grow at the Howell Family Garden, where kids are allowed!—no, encouraged!—to play in the dirt. Display gardens, such as the Global Gardens, Bean Tunnel and Salad Bowl, and daily interactive gardening activities delight and inspire. 1:30 pm to 5:30 pm.

Garden beds are filled with plants featured in the favorite recipes of the chefs from Mario Batali’s restaurants. Kids can explore the gardens to solve Mario’s Menu Mystery. 1:30 pm to 6 pm.

Garden beds are filled with plants featured in the favorite recipes of the chefs from Mario Batali’s restaurants. Kids can explore the gardens to solve Mario’s Menu Mystery. 1:30 pm to 6 pm.

Make a glamorous jelly fish out of Styrofoam cups to take home. This is a fun activity for kids and parents. 2 pm to 3:30 pm.

Thursday, Sept. 29 (See map view)

Children will create their own line figure characters in motion and give them personality. This is a fun activity for kids ages five to 12. 9 am to 10 am.

Celebrate the season by putting on a festive fall puppet show and having a spooky tea party in the Victorian playhouse. Guided activities feature making a sprout-a-seed necklace and exploring flowers, fruits, and seeds. 10 am to 6 pm.

Just in time for the spooky season - Sculptor and artist Ray Villafane returns to New York Botanical Garden to create an original installation that explores the evolution of the scarecrow in the United States, from its everyday role in agriculture to its status as a cultural icon in films and comic books. 10 am to 6 pm.

The exhibit feature ancient, rarely seen fossils, and life-like models, including a 23-foot-long feathered tyrannosaur (Yutyrannus huali) and a small four-winged dromeosaur (Anchiornis huxleyi) with a 22-inch wingspan and vivid, patterned plumage. Visitors will encounter a tiny dinosaur whose sleeping posture precisely echoes that of a living bird, an extinct-dinosaur nest containing remains of the adult that guarded the hatchlings, and the fossil cast of a relative of Triceratops that had simple feathers on its body. 10 am to 4 pm.

Parents often use Story time in Nolen Library as a jumping-off point to explore galleries in the museum. Afternoon sessions are recommended for kids 3 to 7; morning sessions for those 3 and younger. “Strolling Guides” handed out at the afternoon sessions encourage families to search for subjects and imagery that have been touched upon in the books they’ve listened to. 10:30 am to 11:30 am.

The cast of the largest dinosaur that ever walked the earth is now on exhibit. The 122-foot long dino is residing on the fourth floor. This giant herbivor belongs to a group known as titanosaurs, and weighed about 70 tons. 11 am to 5 pm.

Plants and imaginations grow at the Howell Family Garden, where kids are allowed!—no, encouraged!—to play in the dirt. Display gardens, such as the Global Gardens, Bean Tunnel and Salad Bowl, and daily interactive gardening activities delight and inspire. 1:30 pm to 5:30 pm.

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