Japanese Gardens

★★★★★
  • 3220 Botanic Garden Boulevard

    Fort Worth, TX 76107

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  • 817-871-7686

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The Japanese Gardens are really lovely no matter when you go. The trees are selected to have beautiful foliage in all seasons, and especially in the fall put on a brilliant display of colors, particularly the Japanese maples. There is a raked Zen garden which is freshly raked every morning, and the fish pond is a real adventure with huge koi who practically swim out of the pond to eat from your hand the food available at vending stations around the pond. A beautiful peaceful way to spend an afternoon for only a few dollars which go toward the upkeep of the gardens.

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The Japanese Gardens are really lovely no matter when you go. The trees are selected to have beautiful foliage in all seasons, and especially in the fall put on a brilliant display of colors, particularly the Japanese maples. There is a raked Zen garden which is freshly raked every morning, and the fish pond is a real adventure with huge koi who practically swim out of the pond to eat from your hand the food available at vending stations around the pond. A beautiful peaceful way to spend an afternoon for only a few dollars which go toward the upkeep of the gardens.

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The Japanese Garden at the Botanical Gardens is such a wonderful little escape from everyday life. I have gone and wondered around there many times and love the elm trees and plants that are native to Japan. They even have bonsai trees. They have little Japanese sculpture and a bridge type thing. There is a meditation type area too. You have to pay to go into the garden but it helps maintain it and allows for them to get more plants and areas. There is a lot of parking and the botanical gardens are nice to go thru too. It is close to the zoo and the museum district.

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The Japanese Garden at the Botanical Gardens is such a wonderful little escape from everyday life. I have gone and wondered around there many times and love the elm trees and plants that are native to Japan. They even have bonsai trees. They have little Japanese sculpture and a bridge type thing. There is a meditation type area too. You have to pay to go into the garden but it helps maintain it and allows for them to get more plants and areas. There is a lot of parking and the botanical gardens are nice to go thru too. It is close to the zoo and the museum district.

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The Japanese Gardens are a sub garden of the Botanical Gardens in Fort Worth. The garden has trees and flowers that are native to Japan. They even have a Koi pond. They have little areas set up as meditation areas also. You can sit on the very soft grass and just enjoy the quiet. They have Japanese arbors and some small scultpures. The price is very minimal. It is a great escape in the middle of Fort Worth.

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The Japanese Gardens are a sub garden of the Botanical Gardens in Fort Worth. The garden has trees and flowers that are native to Japan. They even have a Koi pond. They have little areas set up as meditation areas also. You can sit on the very soft grass and just enjoy the quiet. They have Japanese arbors and some small scultpures. The price is very minimal. It is a great escape in the middle of Fort Worth.

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We recently visited the Japanese Gardens with our son and had a great time! The gardens are beautiful and there are alot of really nice meditation type settings. Our son really enjoyed feeding the fish- they practically eat out of your hand. The atmosphere is very relaxing and calming and is great for introducing a little bit from another culture. We really enjoyed the Japanese Gardens!

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We recently visited the Japanese Gardens with our son and had a great time! The gardens are beautiful and there are alot of really nice meditation type settings. Our son really enjoyed feeding the fish- they practically eat out of your hand. The atmosphere is very relaxing and calming and is great for introducing a little bit from another culture. We really enjoyed the Japanese Gardens!

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The Japanese Gardens are absolutely breathtaking! It's like walking into another culture right in the middle of the metroplex. The grounds are obviously well taken care of. Because of the admission fee, this isn't somewhere that we go to on a regular basis- it is more for a special treat. This is a great place to take the whole family- relaxing and educational!

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The Japanese Gardens are absolutely breathtaking! It's like walking into another culture right in the middle of the metroplex. The grounds are obviously well taken care of. Because of the admission fee, this isn't somewhere that we go to on a regular basis- it is more for a special treat. This is a great place to take the whole family- relaxing and educational!

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I love Japan and all things Japanese, and was delighted to discover the Japanese Gardens. I could come and stay forever. There are so many quiet meditation nooks and beautiful plants. The fish will eat right out of your hand! If you've never been, you *have* to put this outing into your plans. And bring a camera!

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I love Japan and all things Japanese, and was delighted to discover the Japanese Gardens. I could come and stay forever. There are so many quiet meditation nooks and beautiful plants. The fish will eat right out of your hand! If you've never been, you *have* to put this outing into your plans. And bring a camera!

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The Japanese gardens are always a good place to go. You can take your family, or out of town guests. The kids get a great kick out of feeding the fish and I really like the attention to detail that the caretakers have put in. This is inside the Fort Worth Botanical Gardens, so you park in the same area. The admission is very inexpensive for all the cool stuff inside.

PROS: Unique place in the middle of the city.
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5
★★★★★

The Japanese gardens are always a good place to go. You can take your family, or out of town guests. The kids get a great kick out of feeding the fish and I really like the attention to detail that the caretakers have put in. This is inside the Fort Worth Botanical Gardens, so you park in the same area. The admission is very inexpensive for all the cool stuff inside.

PROS: Unique place in the middle of the city.
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The ONLY reason this got a 4 was because you had to pay admission to enter this area of the gardens. But in many ways it was well worth the price. Event he children were drawn in by the beauty. The Koi are lovely... and they have som HUGE ones. The plants are so obviously well loved and cared for. A good date place I would imagine. Easy to find... and feels like you are waaaay out of Texas (100 plus degree heat aside!)

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The ONLY reason this got a 4 was because you had to pay admission to enter this area of the gardens. But in many ways it was well worth the price. Event he children were drawn in by the beauty. The Koi are lovely... and they have som HUGE ones. The plants are so obviously well loved and cared for. A good date place I would imagine. Easy to find... and feels like you are waaaay out of Texas (100 plus degree heat aside!)

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This was my favorite part of the botanic gardens. It only cost 3 dollars, but it was worth every penny. My favorite part was feeding the fish and walking the stones. It was great for pictures.

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This was my favorite part of the botanic gardens. It only cost 3 dollars, but it was worth every penny. My favorite part was feeding the fish and walking the stones. It was great for pictures.

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The Japanese Garden at the Botanic Garden in Fort Worth is perhaps the most beautiful and enchanting thing that you will find in the DFW metroplex. The beautiful greenery and peaceful surroundings really take you away from the hustle and bustle of city life and make you forget where you are, if even for an instant.

Definately a wonderful place to spend time for any reason!

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The Japanese Garden at the Botanic Garden in Fort Worth is perhaps the most beautiful and enchanting thing that you will find in the DFW metroplex. The beautiful greenery and peaceful surroundings really take you away from the hustle and bustle of city life and make you forget where you are, if even for an instant.

Definately a wonderful place to spend time for any reason!

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One of the city's hidden treasures, the Japanese Gardens takes guests on a breath-taking journey to the orient. This secluded seven-acre park features an authentic Japanese tea house, a meditation garden and a colorful moon bridge that spans the park's exotic lagoon. At the lagoon's edge, thousands of Imperial Carp (Koi) wait for tidbits from feeding stations, and will even eat from your hands. Winding pathways lead through hidden nooks, past small waterfalls and streams, and to new discoveries in every corner. A sense of peace of wonder permeates the park and sends guests home profoundly changed.

PROS: Romantic, family-friendly, affordable, peaceful getaway
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One of the city's hidden treasures, the Japanese Gardens takes guests on a breath-taking journey to the orient. This secluded seven-acre park features an authentic Japanese tea house, a meditation garden and a colorful moon bridge that spans the park's exotic lagoon. At the lagoon's edge, thousands of Imperial Carp (Koi) wait for tidbits from feeding stations, and will even eat from your hands. Winding pathways lead through hidden nooks, past small waterfalls and streams, and to new discoveries in every corner. A sense of peace of wonder permeates the park and sends guests home profoundly changed.

PROS: Romantic, family-friendly, affordable, peaceful getaway
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