Keep an eye on the Apiary with the newly installed live feed.
The bees at the Bryant Park Apiary have been at work all summer making honey and pollinating the park’s plants and flowers. With their population steadily increasing, our hives have been literally buzzing with activity. Tended by Andrew Coté of the New York City Beekeepers Association, The Apiary is located between Ping Pong and Heiskell Plaza.
We understand that some bee enthusiasts are chained to their desks for most of the work day, and just don’t get the chance to visit a real, working apiary. If that applies to you, we’ve made it easy for you to check in to see how things are going by installing a live BeeCam. We’ll keep it on for the rest of the summer, so you’re always just a click away.
When you do have time to get to the park, try to make it on the second Friday of the month and attend one of our Beekeeping seminars, where you can taste honeys and learn about the lives of honeybees from our beekeeper. The next one is on Friday, August 11, 12pm–1pm. The final seminar of the season is on September 8.
Ten young bands take the Bryant Park Stage for a two-day festival on Friday, August 18 and Saturday, August 19.
Special edition of Bryant Park Presents features artists from the Far East.
Three more chances to discuss works of fiction with Jessica Strand of NYPL's Books at Noon.
Food hall now features extended outdoor seating and new food vendors.