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Excellent example of the style

I've visited Japanese gardens across North America, and this is one of the best around. Nicely... read more

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S Brent P

The Fort Worth Japanese Garden is really a sight to see, I would save it for last because it's the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Janis M
Fort Worth, Texas
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3400 Japanese Garden Ln, Fort Worth, TX 76107-3422
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Reviewed yesterday

I've visited Japanese gardens across North America, and this is one of the best around. Nicely designed walking paths lead through various areas, including well thought out waterways, and a "dry" (Kare sansui) garden in one area makes for a great experience. Yes, and "oasis"...More

Thank S Brent P
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Fort Worth Japanese Garden is really a sight to see, I would save it for last because it's the best place to sit and relax and reflect. I can see why the Japanese are such calm serene people, their ability to bring life down...More

Thank Janis M
Reviewed 1 week ago

One of my favorite places to relax and breathe. This part of the garden requires extra $ to get in, but to me it is always worth it. Tranquil and beautiful.

Thank imtriciahogan
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

My bad was that there was a wedding and you were limited to what to visit. It is okay honestly. I thought I would see flowers as well, but it was all greeny ... for relax or read a book is good atmoshere but the...More

Thank wim313
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Our family loves this area in Fort Worth. The Japanese Garden is so special. Most times its quiet and makes meditation very easy. The beautiful fish respond to you as you watch them glide from spot to spot in the ponds. There are hundreds of...More

Thank jlwesty
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The Japanese Garden is in the same city park as the Botanic Garden, well worth the cost. A beautiful and peaceful place within a bustling city.

Thank topboom
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Very relaxing gardens, you can get food and feed the koi and the gardens are just lovely, if you are in town you must see them.

Thank cassira12
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The Japanese Garden is located inside of Fort Worth's Botanical Garden, In 1973 they took a small valley and made into a beautiful place to visit. The Japanese influence is seen through out it. Fort worth's sister city of Nagaoka, Japan donated many items to...More

Thank joemA7195HZ
Reviewed 10 July 2018

Absolutely great place to visit or host a small event. I shoot wedding photography and portraits and have been here several times! I do recommend shooting for morning or evening if hours of operation allow because the sun cast through the trees can be rough...More

Thank Lacy A
Reviewed 2 July 2018

Beautiful Japanese inspired Gardens. They do charge if you want to do wedding or engagement photos, but it would most definitely be worth the fee. Every turn of the corner is a beautifully manicured garden worthy of the term breathtaking. A definite must see.

Thank vickiedadams1964
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14 April 2018|
Response from Cheryl H | Reviewed this property |
I don't know because I only go in the autumn to see the fall colours. Call them.
Brittany V
12 April 2018|
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Response from Jlb21967 | Reviewed this property |
You'll have to call and ask.
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4 February 2018|
Response from Solodam J | Reviewed this property |
I'm not sure. Check their website as they have special christmas activity