Fort Worth Botanic Garden
The Botanical Gardens is a huge city garden with a Japanese garden in the back. Great for picnics and days spent outside. During the summer they offer a summer concert series on the weekends!
Enjoy a relaxing walk through the gardens. There is a fee to enter the Japanese garden but you can take a picnic lunch and enjoy many beautiful areas for free.
Lush 110-acre garden & event venue with famed Japanese landscape, nature classes & May herb fest.
The Fort Worth Botanic Garden is a botanical garden located at 3220 Botanic Garden Boulevard, Fort Worth, Texas. The garden was established in 1934 and is the oldest major botanic garden in Texas, it is located in the heart of the cultural district. It is most popular areas are The Fuller, Rose, and…
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