*Last entry is an hour before closing


*Last entry is an hour before closing

Fall 2022 Japanese Festival

WHAT: Fort Worth Botanic Garden Fall Japanese Festival | Hosted in cooperation with the Fort Worth Japanese Society 

WHEN: November 5-6, 2022 | 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. (last admission at 3 p.m.) 

WHERE: Fort Worth Botanic Garden (3220 Botanic Garden Blvd)

Parking is available at Lots A & B, in front of Garden Center

Uber & Lyft drop off Garden Center turnaround

FREE/Overflow parking at 3701 Birchman Ave, Ft. Worth Christ Chapel Bible Church | 3408 W. Freeway (along the I30 access road) | Dickies Yellow lots

WHY: Fort Worth Botanic Garden invites visitors to celebrate fall in the Japanese Garden while exploring the arts and culture of Japan. Enjoy traditional Japanese dance, Taiko drummers, martial arts, sword demonstrations, raku pottery, food trucks, and more in the garden.

MORE: Adults $12 | Seniors 65+ $10 | Children 6-15 $6 | Children 5 & under are FREE

Register here for tickets:

FWBG Members receive free admission and must be logged in to receive their free tickets. Join at

Food will be sold at food trucks/concessions. No outside food is allowed.

No photo passes will be sold during the Fall Japanese Festival.

Research Team

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