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“Innovating Public Art” Symposium Held on Friday, June 21

Participants in Madison Square Park Conservancy’s annual symposium on Friday, June 21 included, clockwise: Abigail DeVille, Stéphane Aquin, Leonardo Drew, Martin Puryear, Tod Williams, Billie Tsien, [Read More]

Meet the Mad. Sq. Dog: Sam

Meet Sam! Sam’s parents share why this adorable mini poodle loves Madison Square Park! Introduce Us to Sam: Sam is a 1-1/2 year old cream-colored [Read More]

Leonardo Drew: City in the Grass

Madison Square Park Conservancy has commissioned Leonardo Drew to create a monumental new public art project for the Park opening this spring. Marking the Conservancy’s [Read More]

Sensory Garden

Our horticulturalists and garden volunteers have been busy planting over 2000 plants in our summer seasonal garden display for you to enjoy. Experience a treat [Read More]

Music on the Green 2019

Wednesdays | 6pm–7pm | Oval lawn Enjoy a summer evening filled with dynamic award winning artists on the Oval Lawn. Eataly will be on site selling wine, [Read More]

Celebrating Pollinator Week

June 16-22 is national pollinator week and we recognize all of the hard work our wild visitors do every day. Birds, bats, bees, butterflies, beetles [Read More]

Mad. Sq. Hort Day: Hydrangea Hurrah 2019

Madison Square Park Conservancy presents Hydrangea Hurrah!  Join us for a FREE family-friendly garden party around the Northern Reflecting Pool celebrating the Park’s prized hydrangeas [Read More]

Mad. Sq. Kids Concerts  | Wednesdays | 9:30 AM-10:30 AM

Kick off your morning with free, kid-friendly and fun-filled live musical performances on the Farragut Lawn every Wednesday in July and August! Children can dance, jump, [Read More]

Family Art Tours | July 9

Led by a Mad. Sq. Park staff member, families will enjoy an interactive tour and activity centered around Leonardo Drew’s City in the Grass. Family Art Tours [Read More]

Family Hort Tours | June 18

Go on an adventure with a Mad. Sq. Park staff member to explore the many plants, trees, and creatures that make up the Park’s horticulture [Read More]