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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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We had a morning open on a Monday before a return flight, most museums were closed but this was open. Lovely surprise, we spend two hours here wandering the gardens. Amoung the best I have ever been to.
Beautiful garden with so many gorgeous botanicals. Lovely! We saw tons of photographers and who can blame them because it's quite breathtaking. Definitely somewhere to consider for a wedding venue. And a must go for vacation spot to visit.
We arrived just after it opened at 8am and had the place to ourselves (and the army of gardeners). Beautiful place and well taken care of. Huge mature trees with many smaller ones dispersed throughout. Well maintained walkways and gardens.
We could not believe it...More
I love the Botanical Gardens in Fort Worth. I love to stand up on the stairs and look down into the beautiful gardens with their vivid, vibrant colors. The Gardens have often been a place of retreat on my lunch hour on stressful days. You...More
The Japanese’s gardens were worth the 5 hour trip alone. Would live to see them in the fall when there is fall color. The whole place was very beautiful and restful. Spring is a great time to visit with everything in bloom.
Such a beautiful day to enjoy the gardens planted and the plants native to Texas. Areas to sit in the shade and enjoy a snack and flowers in bloom and beginning to bloom. Young children can enjoy learning about foot prints and animals sounds. They...More
The Garden walk is a long path that takes you across a street and down to a beautiful rose garden. The wooden boardwalk through the woods is very educational for children. They can speak through tubes that run underneath the boardwalk. The boardwalk can be...More
This botanical garden is not that big but it is well planned with a path that you follow to see all the various areas of the garden. We were there in April and there were flowers scattered here and there but not overwhelming displays. It...More
Everything you need to know is on this site: fwbgorg/photography - You must call ahead for wedding photo shoots. They will allow an individual to take casual photos. A professional photographer will have to register and be... More
Everything you need to know is on this site: fwbgorg/photography - You must call ahead for wedding photo shoots. They will allow an individual to take casual photos. A professional photographer will have to register and be permitted to take pictures. Phone # on this site at the URL above...
You are a short distance to the square in downtown Fort Worth, which is a great place to hang out for dinner and shopping. I recommend the Omni Hotel, but there are many others. Other great areas nearby - the museum... More
You are a short distance to the square in downtown Fort Worth, which is a great place to hang out for dinner and shopping. I recommend the Omni Hotel, but there are many others. Other great areas nearby - the museum district, the restaurants on West 7th, and the restaurants on Magnolia Avenue.