Named Gardens and Features

With over 66 acres of finely manicured grounds, the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden provides breathtaking views for visitors year-round.

The Arboretum opened its doors in 1984, combining the 44-acre DeGolyer Estate and the 22-acre Alex Camp House to create a horticultural masterpiece in North Texas. Today, 19 named gardens and numerous areas within combine to create the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden. The premier color displays in these gardens engage visitors of all ages throughout the seasons.

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Rory Meyers Children's Adventure Garden

Trammell Crow Visitor

Education Pavilion and Entry Plaza

Margaret Elisabeth Jonsson Color Garden

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A Woman’s Garden

The Nancy Rutchik Red Maple Rill

The Lyda Bunker Hunt Paseo de Flores

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Boswell Family Garden

McCasland Sunken Garden

The Eugenia Leftwich Palmer Fern Dell

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The Nancy Clements Seay Magnolia Glade

Nancy’s Garden

Crape Myrtle Allee

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Chandler Lindsley Shadow Garden

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The Martha Brooks Camellia Garden

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DeGolyer Gardens

Lay Family Garden

Rose Mary Haggar Rose Garden

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The Trial Gardens

Dallas Arboretum
and Botanical Garden

Open Daily 9am - 5pm
Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Year's Day
Administrative Office Open Monday Through Friday, 8:30am - 5pm