Event

Connecting Plants and People

Join our Director for a virtual tour of our gardens, natural areas, and some ways we carry out our mission.

Cultural Connection

The Rose: “Queen of Flowers”

Explore an illustrative guided to discover why the rose is considered the “Queen of Flowers.”

Tour

The Waterfalls of Fall Creek

Dan McClure, gorge historian, takes you to a restricted area at the bottom of Fall Creek Gorge, where Devonian-age siltstone walls tower more than 100 feet above.

Tour

The Waterfalls of Fall Creek

Step into an area of Fall Creek gorge that is inaccessible to the public, and learn about the history of the waterfalls climbing up Fall Creek to the Cornell University campus.

Cultural Connection

Rhododendron: Beyond its beautiful bloom

From mid-May to mid-June, a main attraction at Cornell Botanic Gardens is the Bowers Rhododendron […]

Tour

Tour Cornell Botanic Gardens—from anywhere!

We’re bringing the gardens around the Nevin Welcome Center to you in this narrated, virtual tour, highlighting the history, ecological value, and plants of some of some of Cornell Botanic Gardens most beloved landscapes.

Tour

Memories come alive in virtual tour

We’re bringing the gardens around the Nevin Welcome Center to you in this narrated, virtual tour, highlighting the history, ecological value, and plants of some of some of Cornell Botanic Gardens most beloved landscapes.

Update

Statement on Racism, Violence, and Hope

Our only hope for resilience, and path to meet our need to adapt, grow, and flourish lies in the diversity of people, plants, and all living creatures.

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Online Lecture, June 6: Connecting Plants and People

Join Cornell Botanic Gardens Director Christopher Dunn for a stroll through all your favorite outdoor places at Cornell and to hear how the gardens are working toward a world of diversity, beauty and hope.