Dallas Arboretum And Botanical Gardens2278 Votes Currently Open [Closes at 05:00 pm]
- Address: 8525 Garland Road, Dallas, TX 75218 (East Dallas), United States
- Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: 1-2145156515
- Ticket Price: 15 USD
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Botanical Garden, Family And Kids
The White Rock Lake and its surroundings, is not something you’d want to miss! Away from the urban set-up of Dallas, lies a 70 acre plot of land that has some of the most exquisite collection of vegetation you’ll ever see. Huge gardens, old and historic residences and the lake will all be more than enough to let you forget that you live in a world different than the one perceived at the Dallas Arboretum & Botanical Gardens. The country’s largest collection of azaleas can be seen blossoming during the spring at The Jonsson Color Garden whereas in the fall, more than 150,000 flowers are up for display!
Entrance Ticket Details For Dallas Arboretum And Botanical Gardens
- Non-Member - Adult general garden admission (13-64) - USD 15.
- Seniors general garden admission (65 & over) - USD 12.
- Children general garden admission (3-12) -USD 10.
- Member- General garden admission - Free.
- Children's Garden admission: Free vouchers based on level of membership.
- On-site self parking: Free
- Gaston/Garland parking- USD 5
How to Reach Dallas Arboretum And Botanical Gardens
- DART Mockingbird station
- Restaurant DeGolyer (American food served)
- Verona Italian Restaurant (Italian cuisine)
- Hypnotic Donuts (Cafe)
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Dallas Arboretum And Botanical Gardens Reviews & Ratings
A must-see destination if you live or are visiting Dallas. A nice time to visit is fall and winter from September/October through Christmas. Weather cooperates and the pumpkin display and 12-days of Christmas are amazing. Great for family, friend or date night. Beautiful grounds with many active and passive areas. Spring and Summer are also nice, however, it can get hot, but doable. If you live in Dallas, purchasing a Family Pass or Season Pass is an easy decision.
I love this place! We've visited several botanical gardens and the Children's Garden here is by far one of the best. Bring snacks to have on one of the lawns or better yet, plan to have lunch or tea at the cafe. I recommend making a reservation if your going on the weekend. We were there in October for the pumpkin patch & it was a little nutty, so I'd say try and go during the week, but we still enjoyed our time there.
Have been to the Arboretum several times and have always had a great experience Today (Oct 12, 2019) I was pleasantly surprised to see that they had a Pumpkin patch showing with the Charlie Brown theme. It was great to see so many families having a grand time with all their kids and grand kids. This place is truly one of Dallas’ treasures and I hope many more generations can enjoy its pristine beauty and awe inspiring landscapes.
Attended a wedding here. Garden setting with view of distant skyline across the lake. Serving staff attentive and friendly. Pavilion large enough for dinner and dancing to 10 member band. Great venue for this occasion.
Always a pleasure, even in the winter months! Plenty of scenic arrangements to take pictures at; a great place for family and dates. Best go there during early spring so you catch everything when it's just blooming and so that you get there before it gets so devilishly hot in the summer. The places they have to eat there are also of nice quality, albeit a bit pricey. The gift shop is nice as well. The only problem I have with the place just how hot it gets in the summer, you can barely walk a few minutes without getting winded!