Fort Worth Botanic Garden


Fort Worth Botanic Garden is a true haven for nature enthusiasts and a testament to the beauty and diversity of the natural world.

Opened in 1934, the botanic garden located in the center of Fort Worth, Texas, spans over 100 acres, making it one of the oldest and largest botanic gardens in all of Texas. The garden is home to a staggering variety of plant species, including native Texan plants, exotic tropical blooms, and meticulously manicured gardens.

The garden is divided into several themed areas, each showcasing different botanical wonders. One of its highlights being the Fuller Garden, featuring beautiful rose gardens with over 2,500 rose bushes of various varieties and colors.

The garden provides a serene escape from the bustling city, offering peaceful walks, picnic spots, and beautiful landscapes.

Fort Worth Japanese Garden & Festival

The 7.5-acre Japanese Garden is another must-visit area, with its meandering pathways that lead you through meticulously pruned bonsai trees, serene koi ponds, and traditional Japanese structures,

It offers a peaceful retreat, populated with various plants that were donated by Fort Worth’s Japanese sister city Nagaoka.


3220 Botanic Garden Blvd, Fort Worth, TX 76107

Opening hours

Open daily from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Quick facts

  • Oldest major botanic garden in Texas
  • Features the largest begonia collection in the US

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