Each season offers a unique hue and texture that will liven up the city’s Botanical Gardens’ 38-acre oasis. You can take in the splendor of plants and birds, learn something new or let your children get on an outdoor adventure The Botanical Garden has something for every person. Enjoy life at its best with vibrant floral display, Texas native trail areas modern glass pyramids brimming with the most beautiful plants from all over the globe.
1980, it was established as a non-profit organization founded in 1980; since its inception, the Botanical Garden has inspired people to be connected with the natural world and recognize the importance of plants to our lives. The Botanical Garden is centrally located in the middle of San Antonio, Texas; the Botanical Garden has been nationally acknowledged for its dedication to exceptional displays, botanical diversity and education, environmental stewardship, and cultural events that connect nature and people.
Lightscape (Nov. 19, 2021 – Jan. 2, 2022)
San Antonio’s most recent holiday event, Lightscape, is making its Texas debut. Visitors will be amazed by the magical light show that is which will be set along a gorgeously lit one-mile pathway that winds around the Botanical Garden. These stunning illuminations will delight the senses, and the spectacle will feature unique installations of Texas made by international and local artists. A1 Water & Mold Removal San Antonio
Mean Green Brunch (Dec. 12, 10 a.m. from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.)
Bring your children on a trip to the San Antonio Botanical Garden for an exclusive family-friendly brunch hosted by the mean-looking one – the Grinch. The brunch will include a tasty holiday breakfast, hands-on activities, cuddly-as-a-cactus photo opportunities, and much more. The event includes access to the Botanical Garden. Cash bars will be open to guests over 21 years old.
The San Antonio Botanical Garden is an organization that is non-profit and supported by the generosity of its members and friends, planned giving, and corporate partners. Your donations allow the Botanical Garden to create programming for all ages, encouraging appreciation for plants as fuel sources for food, medicine, protection from the elements, healthy ecosystems, and a sense that you are well. There are a variety of ways you can contribute to this Botanical Garden. Check out the options below to discover what is best for you.
- The Annual Fund
- Tribute and Memorial Gifts
- Corporate Giving
- Legacy Giving
- Giving Circles
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