Binghamton, New York: Blossom the Black Angus Bull Team Field Report

60 Morgan Rd, Binghamton, NY
South edge of town, in Ross Park. Take I-81 exit 4S onto Hwy 363. Follow it south and exit into southbound Hwy 434. Cross the bridge, veer right, then turn left at the first light onto Washington St. Drive south one mile, then turn left onto Morgan Rd. The Park is a half-mile on the right; turn left immediately inside the Park to get to the Bull.
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Blossom the Black Angus Bull

A sizzling steakhouse bull, reincarnated as a friendly flower cow. Report...

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The Story Garden w/Blossom The Black Angus Bull

The Story Garden encourages taking a moment to stop and read a story. They also have "Peter Rabbit's Garden," where they are growing some herbs and vegetables for the local food bank - sweet! Definitely a place to check out, rain or shine! Good to see for all ages - and kids will love it! We don't have kids (yet) and we enjoyed it immensely!

[Allee McCauley, 06/30/2011]


Blossom the Black Angus Bull

Blossom has been moved to the Discovery Center/Story Garden/Binghamton Zoo. Still on Morgan but takes a little hunting - definitely worth it! Give yourself an extra hour or so to go through the garden too - you won't regret it!!

[Allee McCauley, 06/12/2011]

Blossom the Bull

Blossom the Black Angus Bull

The bull that formerly resided on the canopy of the Vestal Steakhouse has been moved to the discovery center in Binghamton. They have painted flowers on the bull and named it "Blossom."

[christopher, 12/26/2004]
Two-story Black Angus Bull

The Bull is a landmark in Vestal N.Y. It is made of fiberglass and stands two stories high on the canopy of a landmark restaurant, The Vestal Steakhouse, which I use to own but have closed down recently. The bull is still there, and I have had several offers to buy it as far away as Texas.

[Tom Iacovelli, 06/01/2003]

December 2004: Has been moved to Binghamton, NY.

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