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More than 1 million plants can be admired in New York Botanical Garden's 50 different gardens. It covers 250 acres and has a conservatory, a children's adventure garden, a library, and also model trains zipping through a miniature New York City.
Covering 28 acres and being recognized as Bronx's cultural center, the Wave Hill has plenty of gardens and greenhouses in which the visitor could stroll. The shop sells hand-crafted gifts, and it also has a cafe. In here can be organized private events, such as weddings.
The Woodlawn Cemetery is renowned for its numerous monuments and mausoleums, spread across it 400 acres. It is also the final resting place of illustrious men, from veterans to artists and civic activists. It was established in 1863.
The new home of the New York Yankees, the Yankee Stadium was inaugurated in 2009 and was designed with elements which pay homage to the previous stadium, as well as to the team itself. It has restaurants, cafes, and many other amenities.
Covering 2,772 acres, the Pelham Bay Park is the largest public park in the state. It has forests, meadows, and other types of habitats, making it ideal for hiking and wildlife watching. Among the amenities can be remembered the playgrounds, the sport fields and courts, and the picnic areas.
Covering 1,146 acres, the Van Cortlandt Park has amenities for the entire family to enjoy: barbeque areas, playgrounds, sport courts and fields, as well as 6.75 miles of trails. It is popular among birdwatchers, with approximately 54 bird species to be spotted in here.