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Enjoy all four season in the Fort Worth Botanic Garden. No matter the season there is always something spectacular to see, our most popular gardens are the Fuller, Rose and Japanese. Guest also enjoy the Native Texas Boardwalk, Rock Springs, Four...more
Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
3220 Botanic Garden Blvd, Fort Worth, TX 76107-3420
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I love the summer concerts in the garden with the FW Symphony Orchestra!
I've been many, many times, and it's a magnificent experience that will stimulate all your senses.
Between the natural beauty of the gardens, the music, and the fireworks, it's an experience you...More
What a beautiful place!!!!!!!! The flowers, trees, fountains, gift shop - every was so nice. It really made for an enjoyable day. The staff is excellent. The restaurant was closed, but the little waitress gave us a glass of water. So nice. Thank you so...More
Spent the day here after our son’s FFA chapter spent the day here volunteering. Even he said it is the perfect place for wedding and senior photos. The entire place is meticulously kept. Well worth your time.
These beautiful gardens are vast and most all of them are open to the public for free. There are a few areas that you have to pay to enter. One of these is the Japanese garden which is so peaceful, and I believe, worthy of...More
If you thought this city had no more to offer, think again. While planning your itinerary be sure to pencil in an hour or two for the Botanical Gardens. Step into a paradise of flora and fauna. Let the flagrant blossoms assault your senses. I...More
Went in beginning of March. Some flowers were beginning to bloom, but not much. Still pretty to see and maintained. Bummed had to pay to get into the Japanese Garden exhibit. Not much, though. Will be back at a later time for better showing.