The garden is large and easy to walk all around its variety of spaces. A great deal of the acreage is devoted to natural Texan plant life. It's not contrived in any sense. Many benches and shelters for resting and contemplation. The architecture of the conservatory was pretty innovative when new in the 80's. Nowadays it seems a little heavy handed and brutal, perhaps. But exploring it is still fun and unique. I only spent a little over an hour here before flying out, but found it well worth the $10 and a highlight of my time in San Antonio. Would love to come back to see it another time, when it's greener and not in the depths of winter.
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