Well laid out, with easy to understand map of the site. Pleasant, friendly, and helpful staff members. We spent roughly three hours here, and look forward to returning in the future.
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If you're looking for a quiet place to just get away this is the place. It's such a peaceful place filled with beauty. There are so many familiar and unfamiliar plants and trees. There are easy paths to walk and enjoy with benches along the...More
I visited the SA Botanical Garden with some elderly friends who usually have a little bit of trouble getting around. We were pleasantly surprised at how easy it was to navigate. We had to back track a few places to find a ramp rather than...More
This is one of the most awesome adventures you will take here in San Antonio, Texas! The San Antonio Botanical Garden is a excellent place to start your San Antonio adventure. It will place you in the right frame of mind before you hit all...More
What to say about this garden? Only go and see it if you like nature, flowers, and water gardens and work of arts (great sculptures). There was also a well done Halloween display of scarecrows and tiny colorful houses showing various lawns and flowers... don't...More
Spent most of our time right towards the front of the property photographing the dozens of humming birds. Make sure to buy some duck food and take a few minutes to relax by the pond.
The Gardens are located on the VIA bus route, so this makes them very convenient. We went to the zoo in the morning and the gardens in the late afternoon. Bus makes it easy to get around and was on time and very clean. Garden...More
Large, well maintained garden. Several enclosed desert, rain forest etc greenhouses. The Japanese garden here is much better than the one by the zoo. There are new areas being built so new things are coming. Very nice and interesting.
Wow! Loved these gardens! We went in September and the purple passionflowers were blooming. I don't think I'd ever seen one -- so amazingly delicate! The gardens have different fountains, including a natural pond area where we were greeted by several ducks, apparently hoping for...More