Nearly adjacent to the zoo, this is a wonderful quiet and beautiful garden. Grounds well maintained. Excellent birds. Just a nice place to spend some time
If in San Antonio don't miss the Japanese Gardens near the zoo. The layout,planting and Japanese carp in many colours have to be seen and enjoyed. This is a reclaimed quarry and the most imaginative use of a problem area I've ever seen.
These gardens are gorgeous. There is a rocky gazebo when you first come in...very picturesque. The large coy fish pond is nice as well. Don't be fooled though, the garden isn't as large as I thought. Still a great walking experience.
Love Japanese Gardens and had this on our list of "must sees" at the start of our plans. We were not disappointed. The gardens are extensive, although because they are set in an old quarry, there are some hills involved. For those who have difficulty walking on hilly and somewhat rocky terrain, this may be problematic. However, the variety and... More
I stop here every time I come to San Antonio. I love to see the changes at different times of the year. I ended up taking my daughters graduation pictures here because of the beautiful backgrounds we came across. It is very easy to get to via the bus lines, plus the zoo is very close.
What a pleasant spot. We went not knowing what to expect. We were visiting and wanted a "break from the action". The grounds are gorgeous, well maintained, and highly recommended. Although not a traditional type Tea Garden this is no shortcoming. Water features are well thought out and the foliage is supportive of displaying beauty. The only thing I would... More
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