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Fort Worth Botanic Garden, Fort Worth

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Explore the 44 hectares (109 acres) of specialty gardens featured at Fort Worth Botanic Garden. This botanical garden, founded in 1934, is the oldest of its kind in Texas. The facility boasts over 2,500 different species of plants, both native and exotic, in its 21 specialty gardens. The Conservatory and Japanese Garden are the most popular areas of the park, which also features special exhibits, events, and classes for both adults and children. Feed one of the thousands of koi fish in the Japanese Garden or participate in an educational activity at the Texas Native Forest Boardwalk, the park´s outdoor learning center. After exploring the grounds, you can escape the sun at the garden's gift shop or restaurant. Plan your Fort Worth Botanic Garden visit and explore what else you can see and do in Fort Worth using our Fort Worth trip itinerary planning tool.
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  • Well worth the time and money. The gardens were wonderful. The pace was at your leisure and the flowers and plants were a joy to see and appreciate. 
    Well worth the time and money. The gardens were wonderful. The pace was at your leisure and the flowers and plants were a joy to see and appreciate.  more »
  • The Fort Worth Botanic Gardens are simply gorgeous anytime of the year! They change there flowers weekly, it seems, and each time you go there is something new to admire. Incorporated within the... 
    The Fort Worth Botanic Gardens are simply gorgeous anytime of the year! They change there flowers weekly, it seems, and each time you go there is something new to admire. Incorporated within the...  more »
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  • My husband and I were told about this garden and heard how wonderful it is. We saw such beautiful pictures onlines, so we went and seen it for ourselves. Oh my word this place does not disappoint. My husband and I both are outdoorsy and nature type of people so for us it was like Christmas being able to see new things and walk the distance to see it. We also got to see the Butterfly Garden which was super unique and fun to see a few of the butterflies they had. We went on a beautiful March day 3 weeks ago and unfortunately not everything was full bloom but what we did see was breathtaking. These pictures don't do it enough justice but loved every minute of what we got to see. We can't wait to go back and visit it again to see it all in full bloom!
  • Two times the fun here. We had plans to attend the "Music of the Eagles" tonight, live music 🎶🤙 in the park, so we figured a bike ride there during the day to check out the parking and logistics of the place would be a good idea. It was... We found our north parking lot, how to get in, and where to directly walk in to. Our first time here attending and we had an ice chest to pull, so. Spend the additional 18 bucks for parking as you purchase your ticket online. Get the North parking which is very close to the entry. Easy walk to the sitting or festival area from there. Warning!!! It can be extremely hot and humid out there! PREPARE yourself! Plenty of concessions close by, well behaved crowd, but very hot and sticky. The fireworks helped though🧨

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