Fort Worth Botanic Garden
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The Fort Worth Botanic 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 Japanese Gardens.
If you want a great place to take a break this is an excellent option. The Botanic Garden is only one exit away and makes for a great place to enjoy the evenings. There is a fee to access the park.
Lush 110-acre garden & event venue with famed Japanese landscape, nature classes & May herb fest.
Fort Worth Botanic Garden “Over 109 acres, the Fort Worth Botanic Garden has been showing off its beauty to visitors since 1934. This awe-inspiring mesh of colors and textures features more than 2500 species of plants and 23 gardens. Japanese gardens, rose gardens, and even a rainforest conservatory…
Home to more than 2,500 species of plants in its 23 specialty gardens, the Fort Worth Botanic Gardens is the oldest botanic garden in Texas. Visit the world-renowned Japanese Garden, where the koi-filled pools, Japanese architecture, meticulously-maintained plants, and dramatic waterfalls create a…
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