You do not have to be a flora expert to enjoy the magnificent this 110-acre garden that is home to no less than 2,500 species. Located within Fort Worth's cultural district, the Fort Worth Botanic Garden consists of multiple gardens that include a Japanese Garden, Perennial Garden, Fragrance Garden, Lower Rose Garden, Oval Rose Garden, a Four Season Garden, and more.
The Fort Worth Botanic Garden is also home to the Texas Native Forest Boardwalk that stimulates the interest of children and adults alike in the native forests of Texas.
Things to Do
- The Family Discovery Program is an excellent opportunity for children ages 4 to high school to experience the Backyard Vegetable Garden and get their hands on some gardening activity.
- Little Sprouts is a sensory gardening encounter for children ages 18 months to 36 months. This educational program includes gardening behaviors as well as tasting fresh produce at the end f each session.
- A Walk-About - Talk About program allows families to tailor a field trip to their needs.
Fort Worth Botanic Garden Insider Tips
- Several maps are available on the premises to guide you quickly through the various gardens.
- A gift shop is available at the Fort Worth Botanic Garden and it allows visitors to browse through a selection of hummingbird feeders, floral stationary, stepping stones for your home garden and Asian treasures such as sake sets, fans, and parasols
- A selection of volunteer options is available at the Fort Worth Botanic Garden