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Such a beautiful place, it costs a few bucks to get in but it is definitely worth it. If you have any young kids bring them and make sure they have a bathing suit. We brought our daughter, who is maybe a month or so...More
You need to visit the San Antonio Botanical Gardens when you visit San Antone. You really need at least a 1/2 day to see everything. they are currently doing some construction and updating some areas. But there is still plenty to see. The only way...More
The reason for this disappointing review is that my husband and I went during the week on a Wednesday hoping to avoid the crowds. We arrived around 10 am when they opened. The Botanical Gardens are beautiful. But the place was crawling with kids (not...More
It was very beautiful and had lots of pretty things to see. The trees and flowers were pretty for what was out this time of year. The weather that day was awesome sunny 70’s and clear sky. Great day for a walk.
Make sure to visit the Gardens in the Spring to early Summer. Very beautiful gardens. you will be happy that you made the trip. Bring a blanket and some lunch and grab a spot under a shade tree to relax..
We visited during early March 2019, which was unusually cold. Fortunately, there were some indoor spots, and places out of the wind that helped us warm up. There is quite a variety to see, spread out - lots of walking, with gentle slopes and very...More
I have been visiting the gardens since the 80s and the milestones keep coming. There is something here for everyone. We were impressed with a local chef showing off his culinary expertise explaining the wonders of a colorful salad while sitting amongst the vegetables underneath...More
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Yes, they do have a restaurant there. It is called Rosella's in the Garden and getting great ratings! They have a full coffee bar and breakfast in morning, sandwiches, crepes and burgers for lunch. And I believe they also... More
Yes, they do have a restaurant there. It is called Rosella's in the Garden and getting great ratings! They have a full coffee bar and breakfast in morning, sandwiches, crepes and burgers for lunch. And I believe they also are doing draft beer, wine and specialty cocktails now.