As the sun rises on the eve of Bell Gardens Deep Cut, its a great way to relax with a glass of wine and nibble a cappuccino.
A little slice of paradise on the Hudson.
But if you’re craving something a little bit more special, you’re in luck, as Bell Gardens is having a grand opening on August 25 at 7 pm in downtown Manhattan.
Bell Gardens, which is located at 3rd Avenue and Lexington Street, was opened in 1868 by William Bell.
It’s the oldest and largest garden in the city and is also the home of the Bell gardens wine-making and coffee house.
In addition to producing many of the world’s best-known wines, Bell Gardens has been featured in the popular movies “The King’s Speech,” “The Lion King” and “The Big Lebowski.”
It is also home to the world-renowned Bell Gardens Conservatory, a large space that offers hands-on experience in a world of science and nature.
In addition to wine and a cappy, Bell gardens offers a wide range of food, arts and crafts, and more.
Bell gardens will be open from 7pm to midnight daily and is available for free admission to the public.
The garden’s opening will also mark the end of Bell gardens’ current season, which runs from May through September.
In its history, Bell has had many iconic residents: its namesake William Bell founded the Garden in 1872, named after him, and was also the first to build the first public toilet in New York City.
In 1917, Bell Garden was renamed to honor the former owner, who passed away in 1973.
In 2012, the Bell Gardens Gardens Conservancy was granted $5 million to upgrade and modernize the garden.
With this donation, the conservatory is now capable of operating at a level that is as safe and secure as it is beautiful, which has earned the conservancy a reputation for being a very safe place for its residents.
According to a press release, Bell’s legacy of creativity and hospitality will be reflected in Bell Gardens as well.
“As a result of the funds provided by the Conservatory’s investment, Bells signature Garden will be upgraded, which will include a new roof, a more secure location, a new kitchen and a new bar,” the release states.
“Additionally, Bell and its partners will also be creating a new and more engaging programming, including a new Bell Garden Movie Night on September 23 and an exhibition called ‘Bell’s Garden,’ which will feature original works by local artists and artists from across the country.”
Bell Gardens’ latest renovation is scheduled to be completed by mid-October, and the Conservancy will begin to turn the property into a permanent home for Bell Gardens in 2019.
For more information about Bell Gardens, visit bellgardens.org