Absolutely beautiful! Went to the gardens while on vacation and was truly impressed! Best part- it is free! There are walking trails around the gardens and lots of opportunities for beautiful pictures.
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Compact but some would say just the right size, this Japanese Garden Gem is something San Antonio should be proud of. Located in an old limestone quarry, the paths and pools are elegantly laid out to present an abundance of native and non native flora....More
We visited the Garden because we are looking for a peaceful scenery for a XV photo shoot. Let me tell you this place surpassed my expectations. It's amazingly pretty with koi fish and beautiful stages. The only thing is it was packed so you have...More
Take the #7 bus from Alamo Plaza and go to the Japanese (Chinese--interesting story) Tea Gardens built on the site of a former rock quarry.
The place is so beautiful!! It was late afternoon when we went and it was a bit hot in May. A lot of stairs! Worth the drive over.
These sunken gardens are beautiful and have a lot of history attached to them. They went from Japanese to Chinese back to Japanese. Lots of people take special pictures here as well as events..
We visited the gardens over the weekend and they are beautiful. It's a nice short walk. There's many flowers, ponds, fish, and waterfalls. The views are fantastic and they're free! If you like getting free activities in your trip you should visit this place. It's...More
I like the technical aspect of converting an old quarry into something that people view as beautiful, and it really is impressive. Also as other people mentioned, it's free! There were a lot of people there randomly scattered around the gardens taking graduation photos in...More
My wife and I decided to visit on an early Sunday afternoon. Planned on spending a few hours but was only there maybe an hour. Although it was fairly busy while we were there, it still seemed like a peaceful, enjoyable time. Plenty of beautiful...More