Fort Worth Botanic Garden

Interesting
Texas' oldest botanic garden began as a Depression-era relief program in 1933. The 109-acre gardens feature more than 2,500 native and exotic species. The rose garden is abloom in late April and October. A Japanese garden features waterfalls and colorful koi. The Exhibition Greenhouse is home to an impressive begonia collection, while tropical plants fill the lush, 10,000sq-ft Conservatory.

Useful information

Address:

3220 Botanic Garden Boulevard, 76107-3420 Fort Worth

Phone:

+1 817-392-5510

Price:

2 $ (-12 years old 1 $)

Opening hours

gardens: daily dawn-dusk; greenhouse: Mon-Fri 8am-10pm, weekends 8am-7pm (5pm in winter); Conservatory and Japanese garden: daily 9am-7pm (5pm in winter)

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