Bursting with life year-round, the nature trails and conservatory at San Antonio Botanical Garden feature blossoms from all over the world. Admire the cacti gardens and desert blooms as you walk the outdoor paths. Small signs along the way identify the plants. Keep an eye out for the garden's many birds. Self-guided tours are popular, or you can reserve a spot via the website on a guided bird or nature tour. For the current blooming schedule, check the website. If you work up an appetite, enjoy a meal at the Carriage House Bistro. With our international travel planner, San Antonio attractions like San Antonio Botanical Garden can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
San Antonio Botanical Garden Reviews
My husband and I visited the San Antonio Botanical Gardens in San Antonio, Texas, on Thursday morning, November 15, 2018. The gardens were not in full bloom because of the season and cold weather at t... more »
My wife & I have visited botanical gardens throughout the world. The San Antonio Botanical Garden is one of our top 5. As one other reviewer mentions, it starts out a little unimpressive but when you ... more »
We just had a scout night at the Botanical Garden. It was amazing!! The rainy weather did not stop the activities because the staff was incredibly prepared, helpful and protected our safety. I was so amazed with the new areas of the garden and look forward to more fun times during dry weather. Thank you to all the staff my family had an awesome time.
I hadn't visited the botanical gardens since 2016 and it has changed so much for the better!! The kids adventure garden is like a mini splash pad with a small water fall, a creek, and fountains. The bathrooms are also super clean and air conditioned. We ended up converting our day pass to a membership for $75. Rosella had a limited menu for brunch, but we enjoyed it. The alcoholic drinks are well made and the food tastes better than it looks. The only thing is my daughter's bagel was burnt and my husband's eggs were overcooked. They don't have a kids menu on the weekend, but you can pick a few things of the sides menu to create a meal.
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