Join us for a bird walk at The Battery with NYC Audubon! Explore the diversity of over-wintering birds that find food and habitat on The Battery's waterfront, such as ducks, geese, loons, sparrows, and finches. We might even spot a seal! Register to participate by following this link to our Eventbrite page.Find out more »
7 Days a Week, 10 am – 10 pm
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Read about the ceremony on our blog
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Warrie Price discusses The Battery’s transformation over the past two decades
Join us in The Battery to experience the magic for yourself.
The Battery welcomed summer with food, drinks, and dancing with Isa from Florence + The Machine, sponsored by St~Germain.
NY Classical Theatre presents free performances of Romeo & Juliet through July 15th.
Join us September 20th. 100% of funds raised at the Luncheon support The Battery’s perennial gardens.
Learn about our amazing trees on The Battery Blog
Join us for March cutback.
Join our skilled gardeners to learn about plant care and division, and leave with some plants to take home!
Join our expert gardeners to learn about the many native plants and wildflowers included in our perennial gardens, and enjoy $1 off happy hour wine at Table Green.
Join The Battery Conservancy’s Chief Horticulturalist on a tour through our vibrant perennial gardens designed by renowned Dutch designer, Piet Oudolf.
Tuesdays and Wednesdays between April 23rd and May 22nd, from 8am – 9am
Join us to celebrate innovation, support the revitalization of The Battery, and honor Dell Technologies, Starr Whitehouse Landscape Architects and Planners, and George Tsypin Opera Factory
Our Family Volunteer Day and our Gardening with Kids workshop will engage and inspire family members of all ages!
Tuesday, September 17th. A celebration of the Monarch Butterfly in culture and science.
Bring your sleeping bags, Dads, Moms and Kids. We provide family tents, a lightning bug show, campfire songs, and s’mores!
Registration opens 2 weeks before each event.
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