Fort Worth Botanic Garden, Fort Worth
About Fort Worth Botanic Garden, Fort Worth
Fort Worth Botanic Garden, Fort Worth - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 3220 Botanic Garden Blvd, Fort Worth, TX 76107, United States
Ticket Price: 2 USD
Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
Timings: 06:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
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This is the oldest garden in Texas and was established in 1934. It has more 2000 species of exotic and rare plants in its 21 special gardens. The garden mainly features-
- The Back yard vegetable Gardens which hosts many educative events.
- The Conservatory featuring orchids, bromeliads and other trees.
- The Four Seasons Gardens with Iris, daylilies and many chrysanthemums.
- Fragrance Garden has a collection of fragrant plants and a beautiful fountain.
- The Fuller Garden is the site for weddings and garden parties.
- The Japanese garden is one of the most beautiful parts here with 3 koi ponds, waterfalls, bridges, tree house, pagodas, pavilions, zen gardens, cherry trees, Japanese maples.
- The Lower Rose garden which almost a replica of the Villa Lante of Italy.
- The Native Texas Board walk is a path lined with rare herbal plants with information about them.
- The Oval Rose Garden has a variety of rose plants.
- The Perennial Garden features a collection of herbs used for cooking. Here you will also find a small waterfall and ponds.
- The Rock Springs are elevated pathways over springs and rocks.
- The Water Conservation Garden is a demonstrative xeriscape garden.
- The Water Wise Entrance is the 1st garden you will enter into featuring agave, Texas sage, salvia greggi, Mexican Bush Sage, red yucca and Espranza.
Fort Worth Botanic Garden Information
- Timings may change some times. Check the website for detailed information.
Fort Worth Botanic Garden Ticket Prices
- Seniors $1.00; Children (4-12 yrs.) $1.00; Under 4 – Free
- One adult may sponsor up to 5 children.
How To reach Fort Worth Botanic Garden by Public Transport
- Bus number 7 till University and Harley- Botanic Gardens
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Could be romantic, fun, relaxing, whatever you want it to be! The $7 for the Japanese garden is worth it. Really great experience. When we were here there were a lot of people taking graduation, prom, and wedding pictures. There was even a wedding reception that blocked off a portion of the garden. None of that took away from the beauty and enjoyment of the place. The ONLY knock is that the highway is pretty close by and you can hear the rushing cars going by on that side of the gardens.
It was beautiful! Being from Niagara Falls Canada. We have spectacular scenery along our Niagara Pkwy. This was an absolutely stunning place for me to visit today! It was also nice to see security on their toes making someone pick up their dog feces! They had no intentions of doing so. We had an incredible visit!
What a fantastic place to visit. Maps a provided. And it is free. Just a wonderful walk through nature. My only caveat is that there are some branches in the parking lot hanging over the walk way to the entrance that should be trimmed back for safety.
It is a beautiful place to visit with family, maybe for a date, or something. I’ve been quite often so we decided to have our wedding here last week and it was lovely as far as pictures. But the staff threw the feel all off and didn’t make it as pleasant as i feel it should be.. When i got there, they would let me in my changing room because whoever took my payment didn’t “write it” on the clipboard. I was already behind from make up, so i had to argue with them in order for them to unlock the door so that i can just hurry and get dressed. Then after we got dressed, the same guy came, rushing us to tell us all of our stuff had to be out, seconds before im walking out. I should have been warned before. So I was standing in the hall, with all of my suitcases minutes before walking down the walkway to my ceremony. ...WHICH couldn’t start on time either because there were still visitors walking through and it wasn’t ready to go. It atleast ended with beautiful pictures that will last more than that the memory but to have all of that frustrate you on your day and time wasted that you paid for, this just wasn’t the place for it.
One of my favorite spots in FW is the botanical gardens. Acres of lawns, flowers, plants, roses, water gardens, trees and nature. The spring time is the very best time to go to the gardens and see all the blooming beauty. This is a great spot for you garden lovers and a great way to spend a leisurely weekend. There are many walking trails, water features, shaded areas, etc. Every couple of years they have a butterfly exhibit in the conservatory which is amazing. They import thousands of larvae and hatch them out throughout the weeks of the exhibit. It's spectacular, and so much fun. All of the gardens are lovely, but the Japanese Garden is especially beautiful. Great place for families and kids of all ages. I'm so glad I live here and can go to this Beautiful place whenever I want. I try to go 2 or 3 times a year just to walk the gardens. It is a beautiful place right in the middle of the city.Take a picnic and a blanket and spread out on the lawn and just enjoy the day.
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