LIGHTSCAPE is underway at the Garden, and guests are loving the new experiences and new pricing options. Top of the list is the all-new “Christmas Village,” complete with fire pits, s’more-roasting, hot cocoa, holiday music and photo opportunities with Santa Claus! Reserve your tickets today.
Bring your whole family to visit Lightscape, the immersive holiday experience featuring more than one million lights. Guests will be enchanted by custom-designed installations that come alive with color, imagination and sound. Each light installation is expertly choreographed to holiday-themed music to create a magical atmosphere.
It was 1973. “Bad, Bad Leroy Brown” and “Killing Me Softly with His Song” played on the radio, “The Exorcist” terrified theater audiences and the Japanese Garden opened its doors. Join us Nov. 4 and 5 for a special Fall Japanese Festival to celebrate one of Fort Worth’s most beloved places.
Texas is home to more than 400 species of plants at risk of extinction, including 163 considered “critically imperiled” within the state, according to data from Texas Parks & Wildlife. The Garden is committed to protecting the rare plants of Texas. This sort of work requires the cooperation of scientists, state and federal agencies, land owners and members of the public. To coordinate their efforts and exchange information on research progress and best practices, the Garden is hosting the 2023 Texas Plant Conservation Conference Aug. 14 and 15.