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8525 Garland Road, Dallas, Texas 75218

Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden

autumn at the arboretum

Autumn at the Arboretum

The Art of the Pumpkin

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Sep. 19–Nov. 1

One of the world’s most beautiful gardens.”

 – MSN

Statement from the Dallas Arboretum

We take pride in the fact that the Dallas Arboretum has been and continues to be a welcoming place for all of our citizens. We view ourselves as integral to the community of Dallas and stand firmly against racism and injustice. We value striving for racial fairness and understanding, as the lives of our black citizens matter. We invite all of those in our city to come to our botanic garden and let the beauty of nature nurture you while we each work in our own ways to promote a spirit of inclusiveness and understanding. The Arboretum is here for all of Dallas and we want everyone to enjoy our urban oasis on White Rock Lake.

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paseo in september 2020
grotto september 2020
statue in the poetry garden
elephant ears along the paseo

Explore the Arboretum

  • Learn More about Updates Regarding COVID-19

    Updates Regarding COVID-19

    Sunday, August 2 at
  • Learn More about Oktoberfest

    Located at Main Garden

    September 20 from 11am–4pm
    The garden celebrates Oktoberfest with beer samples, food vendors and live music all weekend!
    More Details about Oktoberfest

    Oktoberfest

    Sunday, September 20 at
  • Learn More about Weekend Music & Performances

    Located at Martin Rutchik Concert Stage & Lawn

    Saturdays & Sundays from 2–4pm
    Visitors are welcome to kick up their feet every weekend with live music.
    More Details about Weekend Music & Performances

    Weekend Music & Performances

    Saturday, September 26 at
  • Learn More about Dallas College Cooks

    Located at A Tasteful Place

    Each Monday, enjoy this popular cooking demo with Chef Lisa Roark from Dallas College’s nationally recognized culinary institute.
    More Details about Dallas College Cooks

    Dallas College Cooks

    Monday, September 21 at
  • Learn More about Dining Options

    Dining Options

    Monday, June 15 at
  • Learn More about Hoffman Family Gift Store

    Located at Gift Store

    Find the perfect garden gift.
    More Details about Hoffman Family Gift Store

    Hoffman Family Gift Store

    Tuesday, July 21 at
  • Learn More about Virtual Visit to the Arboretum

    Located at Online

    If you live too far away, have mobility issues, are busy or just miss the beauty of the Arboretum, let us bring it to you digitally.
    More Details about Virtual Visit to the Arboretum

    Virtual Visit to the Arboretum

    Tuesday, June 2 at
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A World-Class Destination

We are the premier place to visit in the Dallas area, and one of the top botanical gardens in the world.

Become a Member

Enjoy Year-Round Views

Not only does membership to the Arboretum include exclusive benefits and member discounts, but your support also helps us fulfill our mission to build and maintain a public venue that promotes the art, enjoyment and knowledge of horticulture, while providing opportunities for education and research.

Become a Member

  • Free year-round admission
  • Free parking
  • Discounts throughout and reduced ticket prices for programs
  • Members Only Events and Hours

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Beauty Across 66 Acres

Pumpkin Village at the Pecan Grove
benches gathered around an indoor globe exhibit

See What Others Are Saying

I’ve been to many, many botanical gardens in the world, and I think yours is one of the most beautiful and colorful that I’ve seen. It’s extraordinary. The enjoyment that it engenders in so many people is quite amazing. ~Martha Stewart”

I’ve been all over the world, and the Dallas Arboretum is one of the most extraordinary experiences in my life. I cannot wait to come back! ~Ali MacGraw”

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