San Antonio Botanical Garden

San Antonio Botanical Garden

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Description

At the end of the 19th century, this palace was attached to a botanical garden from the 1960s. The formal garden consists of four large rectangular display areas, which will change with the seasons to show different colors and textures. There are also Japanese gardens, rose gardens, old-fashioned gardens and Sensari gardens for the blind.

Surrounded by a courtyard and a tropical lagoon full of aquatic plants, this greenhouse was designed by Emilio Ambaszis and opened to the public in 1988. Plants from deserts to tropical rainforests are gathered in pyramid-shaped glass roofs and greenhouses. partially polluted glass.

History

The San Antonio Botanical Garden was established in 1980 and is managed on 33 acres of land in downtown San Antonio with support from downtown San Antonio and the entertainment department.

The formal bed includes four large rectangular display areas, which will change with the seasons to provide a variety of interesting colors and textures.
Sometimes calm, sometimes charming, sometimes funny, the changing spectacle is always fascinating.

Calendar of events: https://www.sabot.org/calendar/

Monday9AM–7PM
Tuesday9AM–7PM
Wednesday9AM–7PM
Thursday9AM–9PM
Friday9AM–7PM
Saturday9AM–5PM
Sunday9AM–5PM