Fort Worth Botanical Garden Is Having A Japanese Fall Festival Next Month
A great day for the gardens.
Any event held in a lush garden is always stunningly beautiful and tons of fun. Lucky for us, the Fort Worth Botanical Garden is having a Japanese Fall Festival from November 23 to the 24. You'll have tons to explore, and this time, they are expanding the event so big it will surpass just the Japanese garden and into an extra general garden area.
Tickets to the event are just $12 for adults, and there will be so many fun things to do. You have access to the entire garden, which means you can explore to your heart's desire. You'll be able to do a little shopping with cultural vendors around every corner. There is going to be plenty of space for you to sit and enjoy the show, as well as have a picnic during the event.
The festival will be from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Food vendors will be roaming around so you can experience some authentic Japanese food. Artists will take the stage with traditional and modern performances.
A tea ceremony will be performed during the events for an extra layer of fun. The entire garden itself is perfectly instagrammable but there will also be photo stations available for more festival delights. There will be tons of new foods and drinks you might not have tried before, so be sure to try them all.
You won't be allowed into the event after 4 p.m., so we suggest you get there early. Parking at the garden is free, but the parking lot does tend to fill up quickly.
In the meantime, you can check out all of thesearound the Metroplex. You can also stop by this massive next month.
When: November 23 and 24
Address: 3220 Botanic Garden Blvd., Fort Worth, Texas 76107
Why You Need To Go: This festival will let you experience tons of amazing things all in one place. It will feel like you've really been transported to Japan.