Visitors are invited to celebrate the vibrant colors of fall in the Japanese Garden while exploring the arts and culture of Japan during the Fall Japanese Festival on Nov. 4-5. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Japanese Garden’s opening in 1973.
The Fort Worth Botanic Garden will incorporate the beauty of tradition, culture, and botanicals for Día de Los Muertos, Oct. 28-Nov. 2. Widely observed in Hispanic cultures, Día de Los Muertos or the Day of the Dead, is a tradition where the living prepare for and celebrate the souls of the departed.
The Garden’s new free shuttle service, the Beauty Bus, has been celebrated as a wonderful addition by guests, who are taking to social media to share their excitement. “Just what the Garden needed!,” wrote one poster on Facebook. “Wonderful!” said another, and “Wow! That’s awesome!” wrote a third poster.
The Fort Worth Botanic Garden announces today its first-ever Zimbabwean sculpture exhibit, ZimSculpt, which runs April 15 through July 30, 2023.
In 1973, Richard Nixon began his second term, Pink Floyd released “Dark Side of the Moon” and “The Exorcist” beat out “The Sting” and “American Graffiti” as the highest-grossing films. Also, the Japanese Garden opened its gates. Come celebrate this milestone at the Spring Japanese Festival.
Dog Days was introduced in 2022 and has been a howling success for canine fur babies and their human companions. This year, the Garden is expanding the program to one weekend a month, allowing pooches and their favorite people more opportunities to frolic on the grounds.
The much-anticipated Lightscape, presented by Bank of America, has been open for about three weeks—and has established its place in the hearts of area residents. Guests are taking to social media to describe their reaction to the immersive experience that takes its guests through a twinkling field of bluebonnets, a blazing fire garden and a cathedral of light, with stops along the way for hot cocoa and roasted marshmallows. Learn more and buy your tickets today.
Lights, music and magic—it’s the ultimate holiday wishlist. And it’s what Lightscape promises to bring to the Fort Worth Botanic Garden this winter. Presented by Bank of America, Lightscape is a one-of-kind immersive experience that will take guests on a journey through the Garden along a walking trail lit by more than one million lights. You’ll travel through singing trees, undulating waves of bluebonnets, a fire garden and a stunning cathedral of light—with stops along the way for hot chocolate and toasted marshmallows.
Fort Worth Botanic Garden with DEI Consultants and Terra Design Studios invite feedback on the future family garden, the first major implementation of the 20-year master plan.
The blazing summer heat shows no sign of relenting, and it’s safe to say that most area residents are fed up with 100-degree-plus temperatures. Since there’s not much we can do except wait for fall, we here at the Garden invite you to find refreshment at our many ponds, fountains and streams.