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San Antonio Botanical Garden

Recognized nationally for commitment to outstanding displays, botanical diversity, education, environmental stewardship, and experiences that connect people to the natural world, the Garden is a top San Antonio attraction that serves as a museum of plants, a tranquil escape, a living classroom, a research and conservation facility, and entertainment venue where art, architecture, music, and ... More

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San Antonio Botanical Garden is a lovely place to visit. There is a huge variety of plants and if you’re lucky, you’ll see a few animals too. The grounds are well kept and if I lived in San Antonio, I would visit frequently. More

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(210) 536-1400 · 555 Funston Pl San Antonio, TX 78209 More

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The San Antonio Botanical Garden welcomes guests to colorful floral displays, true-to-Texas native areas, and futuristic glass pyramids filled with exotic plants from around the world. A recent eight-acre expansion includes a new entrance with additional (free) parking, the Mays Family Display Garden, a 34-bed culinary garden, an outdoor CHEF ... More

San Antonio Botanical Garden - The City of San Antonio ...

About With its mission to inspire people to connect with the plant world and understand the importance of plants in our lives, the San Antonio Botanical Garden is right on track. The Garden offers 41-acres of greenery and plant life in the center of the city. Visitors are invited to stroll the Texas Native Trail, the Water Saver Garden and Water Saver Homescapes, the Old Fashioned Garden, the ... More

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The restored garden features a lush year-round garden and a floral display with shaded walkways, stone bridges, a 60-foot waterfall and ponds filled with Koi. The project cost $1,587,470 funded from public and private sources including the City of San Antonio, the San Antonio Parks Foundation, and Friends of the Parks. More