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Tuesday, September 17th, 2019

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Autumn in the Bronx

Twin Islands in Pelham Bay Park (photo: NYC Parks/Malcolm Pinckney)

With only eleven days left before Fall begins, Curbed New York shows its readers ten of the best places for foliage in the city and the New York Botanical Garden, Wave Hill, and Pelham Bay Park are the Bronx spots that occupy positions 3, 4, and 5 respectively.

The article features an interactive map alongside some reasons why these places are the best to be at in the fall.

One reason they notice Pelham Bay, the borough’s largest park, is its huge size that can encompass different types of trees, and one reason they single out Wave Hill and the Botanical Garden are their guided walk tours.

Read the full September 9, 2019 report by Amy Plitt and Tanay Warerkar in CURBED NEW YORK…

thisistheBronx news summary by: Diego Barcacel Peña

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