The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden
The Dallas Arboretum, one of the most beautiful outdoor attractions in Dallas, is 66 acres of spectacular display gardens and seasonal floral displays. The Arboretum is home to seasonal outdoor floral festivals, concerts, art shows, weddings and more. Join us in the garden and nature nurture you!
One of the best arboretum gardens to visit. Spend a day strolling through the trails, admiring the flowers and vegetation and finding hidden art. Outstanding place. One of my favorite in Dallas.
Pack a picnic lunch and a blanket and enjoy your meal al fresco surrounded by the most beautiful flowers in the city!
66 acre botanical garden with fun and beauty for everyone. “I’ve been to many, many botanical gardens in the world, and I think yours is one of the most beautiful and colorful that I’ve seen. It’s extraordinary. The enjoyment that it engenders in so many people is quite amazing. ~Martha Stewart”
“Located just 1.5 miles away, enjoy nearly 10 miles of hiking and biking trails, beautiful views of the lake and picnic areas. You're literally 5 minutes away from one of the most heavily used parks in the Dallas Park system! ”
“We came for the Dior exhibition. I bought tickets online because they were timed. Upon arrival we paid $15 to park in garage. Neat experience overall. Everyone was nice and pointed us in the right direction. As you walk in there's a cafe and store. I like the entrance design as they have some seating to wait and it's a drive up to pickup or drop off.”
“This museum is very unique. A lot of information to take in. Interactive displays throughout. Need some time to see all exhibits. Definitely worth the trip to see everything. Also had live fossil scraping.”
“Drive about 12 minutes to Klyde Warren Park - a popular park nestled in between the Dallas skyline with food trucks and kid-friendly play areas. ”
“Definitely a must see if you're in the area!! Worth the trip! Not a bad price. A short wait in line. Still require masks, so bring a comfortable one if you go. Also make sure you buy your tickets online BEFORE you go. Seems like it's usually sold out on the day of. Great for history fans!”