Japanese Tea Garden
he Japanese Tea Garden reopened in March 2008, with fanfare that included a serenade of Japanese songs by Tafoyalla Middle School Japanese students, keyboard by Carol Gulley, calligraphy and origami demonstrations, and an enormous Koi-shaped cake. The garden had been closed while the San Antonio…
This small park is a tranquil spot just off the highway! Worth a stop when visiting the Zoo, DoSeum, or the Witte.
This is a very unique place, it was orginially a quarry and has a great display of plants, fish and a relaxing atmosphere. the "tea room" is nice for a snack and rest if walking
“San Antonio's zoo is one of the most well kept and humane zoos in the country. The lonely Rhino finally got a partner a few years ago. We were all relieved. Great place to take the kids, within walking distance or a short ride ”
“This is one of San Antonio's best held secret. It is a large space with elevations that let you see downtown. The care taken in the various gardens is impeccible ”
“The Witte museum is always a great place to visit for a look into natural and Texas history and some really neat activities. ****They also offer FREE general admission every Tuesday from 3pm-8pm.****”
“Beautiful park with picnic tables, walking and bike trails, and playground. ”