Arboretum Night Owls
Experience the wonder of the Rory Meyers Children’s Adventure Garden at night!
Experience the wonder of the Rory Meyers Children’s Adventure Garden at night! Guests will participate in Texas Native Wetlands, Pure Energy and OmniGlobe programs, as well as venture out on a flashlight night hike with experienced Arboretum staff in this shortened version of our popular overnights. We are happy to host your child’s birthday party, scouts, church or school groups! A light snack is included. This event may combine individual families or groups.
Open to families or groups with children ages 5 – 12. Children must be accompanied by parent.
If you have a group of 20 or more participants and would like to request a date, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Time & Pricing
6 – 10pm
Child: $35 ($30 Member)
Adult: $35 ($30 Member)
Parking: included with purchase
Girl Scout Daisy Night Owls
Start your Daisy Flower Garden Journey in the best outdoor learning classroom in Dallas – the Rory Meyers Children’s Adventure Garden! Snack and parking fee included. Each troop and individually registered girls must be accompanied by an adult. Pre-registration required. The earned award and take action project are not included.
School Night Owls
Explore science content with an after-hours evening in the Children’s Adventure Garden.
Students will participate in unique earth and life science classes, as well travel through the solar system in our OmniGlobe Theater
, and explore the gardens in a flashlight night hike with experienced Arboretum staff.
If you have a group of 30 or more participants and would like to request a date, please contact us at email@example.com
A light snack and free parking are included. Perfect for entire grade levels, clubs or family events.
6 – 10pm
Friday or Saturday nights
$25 per student
Adult to student ratio – 1:8 (free)
$25 for each additional adult
Choose one class from the following:
K – 2
Flight of the Honeybee
3rd – 6th
It’s a Bug’s Life
Complete program descriptions located here