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Botanical Garden
“he Japanese Tea Garden reopened in March 2008, with fanfare that included a serenade of Japanese songs by Tafoyalla Middle School Japanese students, keyboard by Carol Gulley, calligraphy and origami demonstrations, and an enormous Koi-shaped cake. The garden had been closed while the San Antonio Parks and Recreation Department and the San Antonio Parks Foundation completed infrastructure rehabilitation to the facility, to include walkways, piping, filtration, wall repairs, and pond sealing. The restored garden features a lush year-round garden and a floral display with shaded walkways, stone bridges, a 60-foot waterfall and ponds filled with Koi. The project cost $1,587,470 funded from public and private sources including the City of San Antonio, the San Antonio Parks Foundation, and Friends of the Parks. Members of the Jingu family, which lived and worked in the Garden, in the 1920s, attended the ceremony, along with the descendents of Ray Lambert, the Park Commissioner who conceived of the idea of turning an abandoned rock quarry into a "lily pond," also attended. The Parks Foundation is pursuing its next phase of improvement that will add lighting to the lower garden. The Japanese Tea Garden features areas available for rent, which are ideal for small weddings, a memorial service, as well as an area for large corporate gatherings, not to mention the renovated Jingu House Café. Come visit one of San Antonio’s historical jewels centrally located, just a short distance from downtown.”
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Botanical Garden
“The Zilker Botanical Garden is a botanical garden of varied topography located on the south bank of the Colorado River at 2220 Barton Springs Road, near downtown Austin, Texas, United States. The Botanical Garden was established as a non-profit organization in 1955, and is the centerpiece of Zilker Park.”
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Garten
“A glorious creation by the late Lady Bird Johnson to be a place of rest and education, honoring the Texas ecosystem. Paths through fields of wildflowers, beautiful natural stone architecture, gardens, ponds, playscapes, an auditorium, wedding and event center. ”
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Park
“Interactive natural science museum 80-acre nature center features educational exhibits including replicas of fossils & dinosaur tracks.”
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Skulpturengarten
“Outdoor attraction featuring life-size dinosaur statues, plus a playground, picnic area & gift shop.”
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Botanical Garden
“Right on the Wimberley square in the oldest house in historic Wimberley, this shop is so beautiful and unique. Plants, gifts, candles, essential oils, house decor and more, this shop is perfect for yurt-lovers. ”
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Park
“An outdoor oasis in the middle of the city. Discover resident wildlife, dig for fossils in the Dino Pit, trade natural treasures in the Naturalist Workshop, hike the Zilker Nature Preserve.”
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Garten
“It's where you are staying. Right there! The River! You can even fish in it. It's natural and calm and quiet here with not many people because it's in our small secluded area. Paths in the park too.”
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Park
“wonderful nature and science center for the whole family, right next to the trails too.”
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Botanical Garden
“The Japanese Tea Garden is FREE of charge! If you love nature and a beautiful scenery this is the place for you. Make sure to stop at the Jingu House which is located near the entrance. They have some delicious food and drinks. There is also a nice outside patio with some pretty amazing views. Take your time walking around and enjoy few photo opts with breathtaking views. ”
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