Fort Worth Botanic GardenCurrently Open [Closes at 08:00 pm]
- Address: 3220 Botanic Garden Blvd, Fort Worth, TX 76107, United States
- Timings: 06:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-8178717686
- Ticket Price: 2 USD
- Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
- Tags: Botanical Garden, Family And Kids
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.
- Timings may change some times. Check the website for detailed information.
- Seniors $1.00; Children (4-12 yrs.) $1.00; Under 4 – Free
- One adult may sponsor up to 5 children.
- Bus number 7 till University and Harley- Botanic Gardens
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63.75% of people who visit Fort Worth include Fort Worth Botanic Garden in their plan
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People usually take around 4 Hrs to see Fort Worth Botanic Garden
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Nice place to walk through. Doesn't cost anything except the Japanese gardens. It's a nice long walk. There are areas of just walking to gardens. There are water fountains and ponds with fish. Very relaxing
An oasis in Trinity Park. Always beautifully manicured! Great place to enjoy thousands of colorful species of plants and trees on well kept paths lined with roses, mums, etc...Get in an hour or two of exercise with a brisk walk, or enjoy a leisurely stroll. Always fun!
This place is just gorgeous, absolutely you have to go to the Japanese garden. I did eat at their on the grounds restaurant during a seminar and the food was pretty good. I have friends who just go holy moly over their weekend brunch so you might try that I haven't made it for that yet.
Fort Worth’s Botanical Gardens are a great place to unwind from the hustle and bustle of plain old life. It’s hard to find the kind of serine quiet that you will experience here at the Gardens anywhere else. If you ever have the opportunity to come here, even for a small amount of time, take it, nothing beats just enjoying nature and pausing to think and get priorities straight.
The Fort Worth Botanic Gardens is an excellent place to picnic, take pictures, or just hang out with friends. It has beautiful scenery and lots of trails inside. If you're looking for a gorgeous photoshoot backdrop then you've found the right place.