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Upcoming Events at the Arboretum

See event details on Early Morning Walks (Members Only)

Early Morning Walks (Members Only)

Friday, Mar 15 2019

Take advantage of your membership with an early morning walk. Refresh and enjoy the peace we often miss in the concrete jungles of our city. The Dallas Arboretum offers an escape where peacefulness is more easily obtained in the early hours of a morning.
See event details on Dallas Blooms: Life’s A Picnic

Friday, Mar 15 2019

Dallas Blooms


Life’s a Picnic


Presented by Iberiabank
Experience 500,000 spring-blooming bulbs and an AMAZING picnic-themed topiary.
See event details on Hollywood Picnic Treats and Eats

Friday, Mar 15 2019

Each week, the Terrace Café will offer a special sandwich of the week, paired to match the highlighted film of the week.
See event details on Creativity Corner: Career Style

Friday, Mar 15 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden admission
The Rory Meyer’s Children’s Adventure Garden is celebrating Career Week! Get your kids excited about science careers, stop by the creative corner to try on a different career “hats”. Take your favorite future home with you!
See event details on Historical Tours

Friday, Mar 15 2019

Free with paid admission – Visit the DeGolyer House for a tour of the beautiful, historically preserved home, while listening to incredibly knowledgeable docents speak about the history of the home through November 13.
See event details on STEAM booths

Friday, Mar 15 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden Admission – While school is out, bring your children to a week full of exploration. Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics (STEAM) professionals from around the metroplex gather in the Children’s Adventure Garden to share the excitement of their profession with the future generations. Hands-on activities and demonstrations are sure to inspire your children to contemplate careers in STEAM. Appropriate for ages 5 years and up.
See event details on Daily Tastings

Friday, Mar 15 2019

Free with paid admission – Guests can sample recipes featuring Cilantro and Parsley.

See event details on Best Picnic Scenes throughout Film – Sound of Music (1965)

Best Picnic Scenes throughout Film – Sound of Music (1965)

Friday, Mar 15 2019

Free with paid garden admission – The Arboretum will be screening a different film that illustrates some of the top cinematic picnic scenes. On Sundays, enjoy the films on a larger screen. This week: The Sound of Music (1965).
See event details on Little Adventurers Activities

Friday, Mar 15 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden admission – Bring your little adventurers for a hands-on experience with science, technology, engineering, art, and math! Each day of the week will feature new stories, songs, crafts and so much more.
See event details on Learn to Grow – Best Herbs & Veggies for DFW

Learn to Grow – Best Herbs & Veggies for DFW

Friday, Mar 15 2019

Free with paid General Admission
Best herbs and vegetables for the Dallas area Confused by all of your options in the nurseries? No worries! Ana Swinson, the Arboretum’s Greenhouse Manager, will share her favorites, as well as tips for getting a great crop every time.
See event details on Whiskey Coffee Visits

Friday, Mar 15 2019

Free with paid general admission – Join us as we have Whiskey Coffee visit and are selling their unique and delicious flavors in front of the Orientation Theatre.
See event details on Plant Lab: Amazing Race

Friday, Mar 15 2019

Free event with paid Children’s Garden Admission
Dirt is important and has a special job. From growing vegetables to creating a habitat, each different kind of soil has a purpose. Get down in the dirt with us to learn the methods scientists use to classify different soils and take part in what we call The Amazing Race.
See event details on Beverly Ann Moore

Friday, Mar 15 2019

BAM/BeverlyAnnMoore is a self taught artist and Dallas Arboretum Member, who created an expressive composition exclusively for the Dallas Arboretum Spring Summer Season.  The work is full of vibrant flowers, butterflies, and plants and represents the radiant moments at the arboretum. Products include 16”x20” posters, greeting cards, tea towels, canvas totes and picnic blankets. Additional product designs available are inspired by gardens, nature, White Rock Lake and areas in Dallas.  The other art item is a Home Blessing Amulet inspired by Wabi Sabi and Native American Indian culture . These are composed of wood, beads, gem stones, found objects, seeds and seed pods from indigenous plants (Mountain Laurel, Yucca, Squash, Sunflowers).Art and amulets can be viewed at www.beverlyannmoore.com
See event details on Friday Franks

Friday, Mar 15 2019

Free with paid general admission
Enjoy local pitmasters as they serve up some BBQ tastings. Just Encased Craft Sausages will be onsite selling their delicious dogs. Take in live music while picnicking by the larger-than-life picnic topiary.
See event details on STEAMTOGRAPHY

Friday, Mar 15 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden Admission – Dyes can be heavy or light and travel at different speeds in a flash! Become a scientist and create your own chromatography that Chemist and Biologist use. Learn about the speed and separation of colors using your creativity.
See event details on Plant Lab: Amazing Race

Friday, Mar 15 2019

Free event with paid Children’s Garden Admission
Dirt is important and has a special job. From growing vegetables to creating a habitat, each different kind of soil has a purpose. Get down in the dirt with us to learn the methods scientists use to classify different soils and take part in what we call The Amazing Race.
See event details on Plant Lab: Amazing Race

Friday, Mar 15 2019

Free event with paid Children’s Garden Admission
Dirt is important and has a special job. From growing vegetables to creating a habitat, each different kind of soil has a purpose. Get down in the dirt with us to learn the methods scientists use to classify different soils and take part in what we call The Amazing Race.

See event details on Early Morning Walks (Members Only)

Early Morning Walks (Members Only)

Saturday, Mar 16 2019

Take advantage of your membership with an early morning walk. Refresh and enjoy the peace we often miss in the concrete jungles of our city. The Dallas Arboretum offers an escape where peacefulness is more easily obtained in the early hours of a morning.
See event details on Dallas Blooms: Life’s A Picnic

Saturday, Mar 16 2019

Dallas Blooms


Life’s a Picnic


Presented by Iberiabank
Experience 500,000 spring-blooming bulbs and an AMAZING picnic-themed topiary.
See event details on Hollywood Picnic Treats and Eats

Saturday, Mar 16 2019

Each week, the Terrace Café will offer a special sandwich of the week, paired to match the highlighted film of the week.
See event details on Historical Tours

Saturday, Mar 16 2019

Free with paid admission – Visit the DeGolyer House for a tour of the beautiful, historically preserved home, while listening to incredibly knowledgeable docents speak about the history of the home through November 13.
See event details on Creative Corner: Go Green Station

Creative Corner: Go Green Station

Saturday, Mar 16 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden Admission
From 10am-2pm, Go Green with us on the Moody Oasis for a special chance to create your own recyled craft!
See event details on *Puppet Show* The Purpose for Pollinating

*Puppet Show* The Purpose for Pollinating

Saturday, Mar 16 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden admission – Join us in the Glade for an exciting puppet show starring Mr. Tree and friends who will share the importance of pollination.
See event details on Daily Tastings

Saturday, Mar 16 2019

Free with paid admission – Guests can sample recipes featuring Cilantro and Parsley.

See event details on Best Picnic Scenes throughout Film – Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975)

Best Picnic Scenes throughout Film – Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975)

Saturday, Mar 16 2019

Free with paid garden admission – The Arboretum will be screening a different film that illustrates some of the top cinematic picnic scenes. On Sundays, enjoy the films on a larger screen. This week: Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975).
See event details on *Puppet Show* The Purpose for Pollinating

*Puppet Show* The Purpose for Pollinating

Saturday, Mar 16 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden admission – Join us in the Glade for an exciting puppet show starring Mr. Tree and friends who will share the importance of pollination.
See event details on Plant Lab: Amazing Race

Saturday, Mar 16 2019

Free event with paid Children’s Garden Admission
Dirt is important and has a special job. From growing vegetables to creating a habitat, each different kind of soil has a purpose. Get down in the dirt with us to learn the methods scientists use to classify different soils and take part in what we call The Amazing Race.
See event details on Beverly Ann Moore

Saturday, Mar 16 2019

BAM/BeverlyAnnMoore is a self taught artist and Dallas Arboretum Member, who created an expressive composition exclusively for the Dallas Arboretum Spring Summer Season.  The work is full of vibrant flowers, butterflies, and plants and represents the radiant moments at the arboretum. Products include 16”x20” posters, greeting cards, tea towels, canvas totes and picnic blankets. Additional product designs available are inspired by gardens, nature, White Rock Lake and areas in Dallas.  The other art item is a Home Blessing Amulet inspired by Wabi Sabi and Native American Indian culture . These are composed of wood, beads, gem stones, found objects, seeds and seed pods from indigenous plants (Mountain Laurel, Yucca, Squash, Sunflowers).Art and amulets can be viewed at www.beverlyannmoore.com
See event details on Plant Lab: The Density Rainbow

Saturday, Mar 16 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden admission
Join us to create a density rainbow column using various liquids like honey, water, and oil. By using liquids you can find at home this lab explores density properties and shows how liquids can stack on top of each other.
See event details on Bentley’s Batch 5 barbecue sauce tasting

Bentley’s Batch 5 barbecue sauce tasting

Saturday, Mar 16 2019

Free with paid General admission – Enjoy a delicious tasting of Bentley’s Batch 5 barbecue sauce.
See event details on Perot TECH Truck Visits

Saturday, Mar 16 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden Admission – Tinker, hack, and make your way to a solution. This mobile learning center provides hands-on, maker-based science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM) experiences that foster creativity and confidence.
See event details on OmniGlobe Presentation: Which Biome is My Home?

OmniGlobe Presentation: Which Biome is My Home?

Saturday, Mar 16 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden Admission From the tropical rainforests of the equator, to the arctic tundras of the Earth’s Northern hemisphere, biomes define the living geography of the Earth’s surface. Come learn how biomes give a macro view of all the Earth’s ecosystems.
See event details on OmniGlobe Presentation: Mother Earth

OmniGlobe Presentation: Mother Earth

Saturday, Mar 16 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden admission – Our planet Earth is naturally considered to be in the Goldi-Locks zone.
See event details on Pollination Station

Saturday, Mar 16 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden Admission – Tour our Moody Oasis and find different types of pollinators busy at work. How many pollinators do you see? Why is their work so important?
See event details on Plant Lab: Amazing Race

Saturday, Mar 16 2019

Free event with paid Children’s Garden Admission
Dirt is important and has a special job. From growing vegetables to creating a habitat, each different kind of soil has a purpose. Get down in the dirt with us to learn the methods scientists use to classify different soils and take part in what we call The Amazing Race.
See event details on Plant Lab: The Density Rainbow

Saturday, Mar 16 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden admission
Join us to create a density rainbow column using various liquids like honey, water, and oil. By using liquids you can find at home this lab explores density properties and shows how liquids can stack on top of each other.
See event details on Live Music: Reckless Angels Band

Saturday, Mar 16 2019

Free with paid General Admission
Enjoy picnicking and live music with Reckless Angels Band
See event details on OmniGlobe Presentation: Which Biome is My Home?

OmniGlobe Presentation: Which Biome is My Home?

Saturday, Mar 16 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden Admission From the tropical rainforests of the equator, to the arctic tundras of the Earth’s Northern hemisphere, biomes define the living geography of the Earth’s surface. Come learn how biomes give a macro view of all the Earth’s ecosystems.
See event details on OmniGlobe Presentation: Mother Earth

OmniGlobe Presentation: Mother Earth

Saturday, Mar 16 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden admission – Our planet Earth is naturally considered to be in the Goldi-Locks zone.
See event details on Plant Lab: Amazing Race

Saturday, Mar 16 2019

Free event with paid Children’s Garden Admission
Dirt is important and has a special job. From growing vegetables to creating a habitat, each different kind of soil has a purpose. Get down in the dirt with us to learn the methods scientists use to classify different soils and take part in what we call The Amazing Race.
See event details on Plant Lab: The Density Rainbow

Saturday, Mar 16 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden admission
Join us to create a density rainbow column using various liquids like honey, water, and oil. By using liquids you can find at home this lab explores density properties and shows how liquids can stack on top of each other.

See event details on Early Morning Walks (Members Only)

Early Morning Walks (Members Only)

Sunday, Mar 17 2019

Take advantage of your membership with an early morning walk. Refresh and enjoy the peace we often miss in the concrete jungles of our city. The Dallas Arboretum offers an escape where peacefulness is more easily obtained in the early hours of a morning.
See event details on Dallas Blooms: Life’s A Picnic

Sunday, Mar 17 2019

Dallas Blooms


Life’s a Picnic


Presented by Iberiabank
Experience 500,000 spring-blooming bulbs and an AMAZING picnic-themed topiary.
See event details on Hollywood Picnic Treats and Eats

Sunday, Mar 17 2019

Each week, the Terrace Café will offer a special sandwich of the week, paired to match the highlighted film of the week.
See event details on Daily Tastings

Sunday, Mar 17 2019

Free with paid admission – Guests can sample recipes featuring Cilantro and Parsley.

See event details on Best Picnic Scenes throughout Film – Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975)

Best Picnic Scenes throughout Film – Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975)

Sunday, Mar 17 2019

Free with paid garden admission – The Arboretum will be screening a different film that illustrates some of the top cinematic picnic scenes. On Sundays, enjoy the films on a larger screen. This week: Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975).
See event details on Creative Corner: Go Green Station

Creative Corner: Go Green Station

Sunday, Mar 17 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden Admission
From 10am-2pm, Go Green with us on the Moody Oasis for a special chance to create your own recyled craft!
See event details on *Puppet Show* The Purpose for Pollinating

*Puppet Show* The Purpose for Pollinating

Sunday, Mar 17 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden admission – Join us in the Glade for an exciting puppet show starring Mr. Tree and friends who will share the importance of pollination.
See event details on *Puppet Show* The Purpose for Pollinating

*Puppet Show* The Purpose for Pollinating

Sunday, Mar 17 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden admission – Join us in the Glade for an exciting puppet show starring Mr. Tree and friends who will share the importance of pollination.
See event details on Plant Lab: The Density Rainbow

Sunday, Mar 17 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden admission
Join us to create a density rainbow column using various liquids like honey, water, and oil. By using liquids you can find at home this lab explores density properties and shows how liquids can stack on top of each other.
See event details on Perot TECH Truck Visits

Sunday, Mar 17 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden Admission – Tinker, hack, and make your way to a solution. This mobile learning center provides hands-on, maker-based science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM) experiences that foster creativity and confidence.
See event details on Plant Lab: Amazing Race

Sunday, Mar 17 2019

Free event with paid Children’s Garden Admission
Dirt is important and has a special job. From growing vegetables to creating a habitat, each different kind of soil has a purpose. Get down in the dirt with us to learn the methods scientists use to classify different soils and take part in what we call The Amazing Race.
See event details on OmniGlobe Presentation: Which Biome is My Home?

OmniGlobe Presentation: Which Biome is My Home?

Sunday, Mar 17 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden Admission From the tropical rainforests of the equator, to the arctic tundras of the Earth’s Northern hemisphere, biomes define the living geography of the Earth’s surface. Come learn how biomes give a macro view of all the Earth’s ecosystems.
See event details on Historical Tours

Sunday, Mar 17 2019

Free with paid admission – Visit the DeGolyer House for a tour of the beautiful, historically preserved home, while listening to incredibly knowledgeable docents speak about the history of the home through November 13.
See event details on Pollination Station

Sunday, Mar 17 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden Admission – Tour our Moody Oasis and find different types of pollinators busy at work. How many pollinators do you see? Why is their work so important?
See event details on Plant Lab: Amazing Race

Sunday, Mar 17 2019

Free event with paid Children’s Garden Admission
Dirt is important and has a special job. From growing vegetables to creating a habitat, each different kind of soil has a purpose. Get down in the dirt with us to learn the methods scientists use to classify different soils and take part in what we call The Amazing Race.
See event details on Plant Lab: The Density Rainbow

Sunday, Mar 17 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden admission
Join us to create a density rainbow column using various liquids like honey, water, and oil. By using liquids you can find at home this lab explores density properties and shows how liquids can stack on top of each other.
See event details on St. Patty’s Day

Sunday, Mar 17 2019

Free with general admission
Wear green and enjoy picnicking and live music with The Royal Dukes Band from 2-4pm. Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with green beer from Café on the Green. Enjoy live festive music from Roberta Rast as she tears it up on the fiddle.
See event details on OmniGlobe Presentation: Which Biome is My Home?

OmniGlobe Presentation: Which Biome is My Home?

Sunday, Mar 17 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden Admission From the tropical rainforests of the equator, to the arctic tundras of the Earth’s Northern hemisphere, biomes define the living geography of the Earth’s surface. Come learn how biomes give a macro view of all the Earth’s ecosystems.
See event details on Plant Lab: Amazing Race

Sunday, Mar 17 2019

Free event with paid Children’s Garden Admission
Dirt is important and has a special job. From growing vegetables to creating a habitat, each different kind of soil has a purpose. Get down in the dirt with us to learn the methods scientists use to classify different soils and take part in what we call The Amazing Race.
See event details on Plant Lab: The Density Rainbow

Sunday, Mar 17 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden admission
Join us to create a density rainbow column using various liquids like honey, water, and oil. By using liquids you can find at home this lab explores density properties and shows how liquids can stack on top of each other.

See event details on Early Morning Walks (Members Only)

Early Morning Walks (Members Only)

Monday, Mar 18 2019

Take advantage of your membership with an early morning walk. Refresh and enjoy the peace we often miss in the concrete jungles of our city. The Dallas Arboretum offers an escape where peacefulness is more easily obtained in the early hours of a morning.
See event details on Dallas Blooms: Life’s A Picnic

Monday, Mar 18 2019

Dallas Blooms


Life’s a Picnic


Presented by Iberiabank
Experience 500,000 spring-blooming bulbs and an AMAZING picnic-themed topiary.
See event details on Hollywood Picnic Treats and Eats

Monday, Mar 18 2019

Each week, the Terrace Café will offer a special sandwich of the week, paired to match the highlighted film of the week.
See event details on Best Picnic Scenes throughout Film – Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975)

Best Picnic Scenes throughout Film – Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975)

Monday, Mar 18 2019

Free with paid garden admission – The Arboretum will be screening a different film that illustrates some of the top cinematic picnic scenes. On Sundays, enjoy the films on a larger screen. This week: Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975).
See event details on Little Adventurers Activities

Monday, Mar 18 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden admission – Bring your little adventurers for a hands-on experience with science, technology, engineering, art, and math! Each day of the week will feature new stories, songs, crafts and so much more.
See event details on Daily Tastings

Monday, Mar 18 2019

Free with paid General Admission – Enjoy a delicious tasting of three different recipes made with vegetables harvested from our garden.
See event details on Mommy & Me Monday

Monday, Mar 18 2019

Free with paid General Admission
Bring a picnic with the kiddos and enjoy children’s activities including face painting by A Fresh Perspective, Country Critters Petting Zoo and Kindermusik at noon.
See event details on Historical Tours

Monday, Mar 18 2019

Free with paid admission – Visit the DeGolyer House for a tour of the beautiful, historically preserved home, while listening to incredibly knowledgeable docents speak about the history of the home through November 13.
See event details on Plant Lab: Amazing Race

Monday, Mar 18 2019

Free event with paid Children’s Garden Admission
Dirt is important and has a special job. From growing vegetables to creating a habitat, each different kind of soil has a purpose. Get down in the dirt with us to learn the methods scientists use to classify different soils and take part in what we call The Amazing Race.
See event details on El Centro College Cooking Demonstration

Monday, Mar 18 2019

Free Registration REQUIRED-Chef instructors & students of El Centro College’s culinary institute lead this demo & cooking class, designed to refine guests’ kitchen skills and showcase seasonal produce found in A Tasteful Place.
See event details on Spring Tea

Monday, Mar 18 2019

February 25th to April 5th, 2019 Monday – Friday, 11am and 2pm. For Monday Teas call 214-515-6511 or email Teas@dallasarboretum.org before 2pm Friday
See event details on Eco-Engineering

Monday, Mar 18 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden Admission – Looking for a natural, eco-friendly way to tell time? If so, you’ll love engineering citrus into currents. Join us to learn more.
See event details on Plant Lab: Amazing Race

Monday, Mar 18 2019

Free event with paid Children’s Garden Admission
Dirt is important and has a special job. From growing vegetables to creating a habitat, each different kind of soil has a purpose. Get down in the dirt with us to learn the methods scientists use to classify different soils and take part in what we call The Amazing Race.
See event details on Spring Tea

Monday, Mar 18 2019

February 25th to April 5th, 2019 Monday – Friday, 11am and 2pm. For Monday Teas call 214-515-6511 or email Teas@dallasarboretum.org before 2pm Friday
See event details on OmniGlobe Presentation: Worlds Beyond Our Sun

OmniGlobe Presentation: Worlds Beyond Our Sun

Monday, Mar 18 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden admission – Science fact or science fiction? Come learn about the search for other livable planets outside our galaxy. How many Earths do you think are out there?
See event details on Plant Lab: Amazing Race

Monday, Mar 18 2019

Free event with paid Children’s Garden Admission
Dirt is important and has a special job. From growing vegetables to creating a habitat, each different kind of soil has a purpose. Get down in the dirt with us to learn the methods scientists use to classify different soils and take part in what we call The Amazing Race.
See event details on Fibonacci Fundamentals

Monday, Mar 18 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden Admission – Nature is full of amazing patterns and connections. Come learn how we can connect math, nature and art.

See event details on Early Morning Walks (Members Only)

Early Morning Walks (Members Only)

Tuesday, Mar 19 2019

Take advantage of your membership with an early morning walk. Refresh and enjoy the peace we often miss in the concrete jungles of our city. The Dallas Arboretum offers an escape where peacefulness is more easily obtained in the early hours of a morning.
See event details on Dallas Blooms: Life’s A Picnic

Tuesday, Mar 19 2019

Dallas Blooms


Life’s a Picnic


Presented by Iberiabank
Experience 500,000 spring-blooming bulbs and an AMAZING picnic-themed topiary.
See event details on Hollywood Picnic Treats and Eats

Tuesday, Mar 19 2019

Each week, the Terrace Café will offer a special sandwich of the week, paired to match the highlighted film of the week.
See event details on Tiny Tot Tuesday

Tuesday, Mar 19 2019

Free with paid General Admission

Bring a picnic with the kiddos and enjoy children’s activities including face painting by A Fresh Perspective, Country Critters Petting Zoo and Kindermusik at noon.
See event details on Little Adventurers Activities

Tuesday, Mar 19 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden admission – Bring your little adventurers for a hands-on experience with science, technology, engineering, art, and math! Each day of the week will feature new stories, songs, crafts and so much more.
See event details on Daily Harvest

Tuesday, Mar 19 2019

Free event with general admission – Join our horticulture team as they harvest veggies right out of the garden in A Tasteful Place. Hear all about what they are harvesting and how they do so.
See event details on Best Picnic Scenes throughout Film – Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975)

Best Picnic Scenes throughout Film – Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975)

Tuesday, Mar 19 2019

Free with paid garden admission – The Arboretum will be screening a different film that illustrates some of the top cinematic picnic scenes. On Sundays, enjoy the films on a larger screen. This week: Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975).
See event details on Historical Tours

Tuesday, Mar 19 2019

Free with paid admission – Visit the DeGolyer House for a tour of the beautiful, historically preserved home, while listening to incredibly knowledgeable docents speak about the history of the home through November 13.
See event details on Daily Tastings

Tuesday, Mar 19 2019

Free with paid General Admission – Enjoy a delicious tasting of three different recipes made with vegetables harvested from our garden.
See event details on Spring Tea

Tuesday, Mar 19 2019

February 25th to April 5th, 2019 Monday – Friday, 11am and 2pm. For Monday Teas call 214-515-6511 or email Teas@dallasarboretum.org before 2pm Friday
See event details on Plant Lab: Amazing Race

Tuesday, Mar 19 2019

Free event with paid Children’s Garden Admission
Dirt is important and has a special job. From growing vegetables to creating a habitat, each different kind of soil has a purpose. Get down in the dirt with us to learn the methods scientists use to classify different soils and take part in what we call The Amazing Race.
See event details on McShans Floral Demonstration

Tuesday, Mar 19 2019

-Free with paid admission – Learn how to incorporate vegetables and other natural items directly from your garden to your table in a beautiful floral display.
See event details on McShan Florist Demonstration

Tuesday, Mar 19 2019

Free with paid admission – Learn how to incorporate vegetables and other natural items directly from your garden to your table in a beautiful floral display.
See event details on Eco-Engineering

Tuesday, Mar 19 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden Admission – Looking for a natural, eco-friendly way to tell time? If so, you’ll love engineering citrus into currents. Join us to learn more.
See event details on Plant Lab: Amazing Race

Tuesday, Mar 19 2019

Free event with paid Children’s Garden Admission
Dirt is important and has a special job. From growing vegetables to creating a habitat, each different kind of soil has a purpose. Get down in the dirt with us to learn the methods scientists use to classify different soils and take part in what we call The Amazing Race.
See event details on Spring Tea

Tuesday, Mar 19 2019

February 25th to April 5th, 2019 Monday – Friday, 11am and 2pm. For Monday Teas call 214-515-6511 or email Teas@dallasarboretum.org before 2pm Friday
See event details on OmniGlobe Presentation: Worlds Beyond Our Sun

OmniGlobe Presentation: Worlds Beyond Our Sun

Tuesday, Mar 19 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden admission – Science fact or science fiction? Come learn about the search for other livable planets outside our galaxy. How many Earths do you think are out there?
See event details on Plant Lab: Amazing Race

Tuesday, Mar 19 2019

Free event with paid Children’s Garden Admission
Dirt is important and has a special job. From growing vegetables to creating a habitat, each different kind of soil has a purpose. Get down in the dirt with us to learn the methods scientists use to classify different soils and take part in what we call The Amazing Race.
See event details on Fibonacci Fundamentals

Tuesday, Mar 19 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden Admission – Nature is full of amazing patterns and connections. Come learn how we can connect math, nature and art.

See event details on Early Morning Walks (Members Only)

Early Morning Walks (Members Only)

Wednesday, Mar 20 2019

Take advantage of your membership with an early morning walk. Refresh and enjoy the peace we often miss in the concrete jungles of our city. The Dallas Arboretum offers an escape where peacefulness is more easily obtained in the early hours of a morning.
See event details on Dallas Blooms: Life’s A Picnic

Wednesday, Mar 20 2019

Dallas Blooms


Life’s a Picnic


Presented by Iberiabank
Experience 500,000 spring-blooming bulbs and an AMAZING picnic-themed topiary.
See event details on Hollywood Picnic Treats and Eats

Wednesday, Mar 20 2019

Each week, the Terrace Café will offer a special sandwich of the week, paired to match the highlighted film of the week.
See event details on Little Adventurers Activities

Wednesday, Mar 20 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden admission – Bring your little adventurers for a hands-on experience with science, technology, engineering, art, and math! Each day of the week will feature new stories, songs, crafts and so much more.
See event details on Best Picnic Scenes throughout Film – Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975)

Best Picnic Scenes throughout Film – Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975)

Wednesday, Mar 20 2019

Free with paid garden admission – The Arboretum will be screening a different film that illustrates some of the top cinematic picnic scenes. On Sundays, enjoy the films on a larger screen. This week: Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975).
See event details on NASA Astronaut Chris Cassidy Meet and Greet

NASA Astronaut Chris Cassidy Meet and Greet

Wednesday, Mar 20 2019

Free with complimentary with paid Children’s Garden Admission – Scientist and NASA Astronaut Chris Cassidy discusses what life is like at a space station! This is a rare event you will not want to miss out and it is all included with your Children’s adventure garden admission!
See event details on Historical Tours

Wednesday, Mar 20 2019

Free with paid admission – Visit the DeGolyer House for a tour of the beautiful, historically preserved home, while listening to incredibly knowledgeable docents speak about the history of the home through November 13.
See event details on Daily Tastings

Wednesday, Mar 20 2019

Free with paid General Admission – Enjoy a delicious tasting of three different recipes made with vegetables harvested from our garden.
See event details on Driven to Explore NASA Mobile Exhibit

Driven to Explore NASA Mobile Exhibit

Wednesday, Mar 20 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden Admission – Children enjoy an interactive NASA exhibit where they can touch a moon rock and more! Explore the NASA mobile exhibit in the Rory Meyers Children’s Adventure Garden Parking Lot.
See event details on Spring Tea

Wednesday, Mar 20 2019

February 25th to April 5th, 2019 Monday – Friday, 11am and 2pm. For Monday Teas call 214-515-6511 or email Teas@dallasarboretum.org before 2pm Friday
See event details on Plant Lab: Amazing Race

Wednesday, Mar 20 2019

Free event with paid Children’s Garden Admission
Dirt is important and has a special job. From growing vegetables to creating a habitat, each different kind of soil has a purpose. Get down in the dirt with us to learn the methods scientists use to classify different soils and take part in what we call The Amazing Race.
See event details on Free Soup Demo with Becky Foulk (Free Tasting)

Free Soup Demo with Becky Foulk (Free Tasting)

Wednesday, Mar 20 2019

Free with paid admission – Stop by A Tasteful Place to watch Chef Becky Foulk, Author of Cooking Soup to Nuts, prepare one of her favorite recipes! Don’t miss the opportunity to purchase her cook book.
See event details on Wine Down Wednesdays with Checkered Past Winery

Wine Down Wednesdays with Checkered Past Winery

Wednesday, Mar 20 2019

Free with paid General Admission
Take a tip from the pros as they let you sample some of the best wines to take on a picnic. This is a perfect opportunity to get some suggestions for a fantastic spring wine.
See event details on Eco-Engineering

Wednesday, Mar 20 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden Admission – Looking for a natural, eco-friendly way to tell time? If so, you’ll love engineering citrus into currents. Join us to learn more.
See event details on Plant Lab: Amazing Race

Wednesday, Mar 20 2019

Free event with paid Children’s Garden Admission
Dirt is important and has a special job. From growing vegetables to creating a habitat, each different kind of soil has a purpose. Get down in the dirt with us to learn the methods scientists use to classify different soils and take part in what we call The Amazing Race.
See event details on Spring Tea

Wednesday, Mar 20 2019

February 25th to April 5th, 2019 Monday – Friday, 11am and 2pm. For Monday Teas call 214-515-6511 or email Teas@dallasarboretum.org before 2pm Friday
See event details on Homeschool Club: Learn, Grow, Eat & Go

Wednesday, Mar 20 2019

Homeschool students experiment with gardening and nutritious food in this Jr. Master Naturalist program.
See event details on OmniGlobe Presentation: Worlds Beyond Our Sun

OmniGlobe Presentation: Worlds Beyond Our Sun

Wednesday, Mar 20 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden admission – Science fact or science fiction? Come learn about the search for other livable planets outside our galaxy. How many Earths do you think are out there?
See event details on Plant Lab: Amazing Race

Wednesday, Mar 20 2019

Free event with paid Children’s Garden Admission
Dirt is important and has a special job. From growing vegetables to creating a habitat, each different kind of soil has a purpose. Get down in the dirt with us to learn the methods scientists use to classify different soils and take part in what we call The Amazing Race.
See event details on Fibonacci Fundamentals

Wednesday, Mar 20 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden Admission – Nature is full of amazing patterns and connections. Come learn how we can connect math, nature and art.

See event details on Early Morning Walks (Members Only)

Early Morning Walks (Members Only)

Thursday, Mar 21 2019

Take advantage of your membership with an early morning walk. Refresh and enjoy the peace we often miss in the concrete jungles of our city. The Dallas Arboretum offers an escape where peacefulness is more easily obtained in the early hours of a morning.
See event details on Dallas Blooms: Life’s A Picnic

Thursday, Mar 21 2019

Dallas Blooms


Life’s a Picnic


Presented by Iberiabank
Experience 500,000 spring-blooming bulbs and an AMAZING picnic-themed topiary.
See event details on Discount: CC Young Senior Thursdays

Discount: CC Young Senior Thursdays

Thursday, Mar 21 2019

Thursdays 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Seniors can enjoy $12 admission and a 20 percent discount at the Hoffman Family Gift Store. Discount is only available at the ticket booth.
See event details on Hollywood Picnic Treats and Eats

Thursday, Mar 21 2019

Each week, the Terrace Café will offer a special sandwich of the week, paired to match the highlighted film of the week.
See event details on Little Adventurers Activities

Thursday, Mar 21 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden admission – Bring your little adventurers for a hands-on experience with science, technology, engineering, art, and math! Each day of the week will feature new stories, songs, crafts and so much more.
See event details on Best Picnic Scenes throughout Film – Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975)

Best Picnic Scenes throughout Film – Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975)

Thursday, Mar 21 2019

Free with paid garden admission – The Arboretum will be screening a different film that illustrates some of the top cinematic picnic scenes. On Sundays, enjoy the films on a larger screen. This week: Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975).
See event details on Basket Weaving Demo & Sale-The Texas Basket Weavers

Basket Weaving Demo & Sale-The Texas Basket Weavers

Thursday, Mar 21 2019

Need a handmade one-of-a-kind basket for your picnic or for your table at home? The Texas Basket Weavers demonstrate and sell their beautiful baskets during our picnic-themed spring festival.
See event details on Daily Harvest

Thursday, Mar 21 2019

Free event with general admission – Join our horticulture team as they harvest veggies right out of the garden in A Tasteful Place. Hear all about what they are harvesting and how they do so.
See event details on Daily Tastings

Thursday, Mar 21 2019

Free with paid General Admission – Enjoy a delicious tasting of three different recipes made with vegetables harvested from our garden.
See event details on Historical Tours

Thursday, Mar 21 2019

Free with paid admission – Visit the DeGolyer House for a tour of the beautiful, historically preserved home, while listening to incredibly knowledgeable docents speak about the history of the home through November 13.
See event details on Spring Tea

Thursday, Mar 21 2019

February 25th to April 5th, 2019 Monday – Friday, 11am and 2pm. For Monday Teas call 214-515-6511 or email Teas@dallasarboretum.org before 2pm Friday
See event details on Rakkasan Tea Demo & Sale

Thursday, Mar 21 2019

Free with paid admission – Rakkasan Tea delivers premium, loose-leaf tea imported solely from carefully selected estates in post-conflict countries as a way to promote peace and economic growth, and joins us as the Arboretum to demonstrate ways to create different teas, as well as to sell some of their amazing product.
See event details on Plant Lab: Amazing Race

Thursday, Mar 21 2019

Free event with paid Children’s Garden Admission
Dirt is important and has a special job. From growing vegetables to creating a habitat, each different kind of soil has a purpose. Get down in the dirt with us to learn the methods scientists use to classify different soils and take part in what we call The Amazing Race.
See event details on Eco-Engineering

Thursday, Mar 21 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden Admission – Looking for a natural, eco-friendly way to tell time? If so, you’ll love engineering citrus into currents. Join us to learn more.
See event details on Plant Lab: Amazing Race

Thursday, Mar 21 2019

Free event with paid Children’s Garden Admission
Dirt is important and has a special job. From growing vegetables to creating a habitat, each different kind of soil has a purpose. Get down in the dirt with us to learn the methods scientists use to classify different soils and take part in what we call The Amazing Race.
See event details on Spring Tea

Thursday, Mar 21 2019

February 25th to April 5th, 2019 Monday – Friday, 11am and 2pm. For Monday Teas call 214-515-6511 or email Teas@dallasarboretum.org before 2pm Friday
See event details on OmniGlobe Presentation: Worlds Beyond Our Sun

OmniGlobe Presentation: Worlds Beyond Our Sun

Thursday, Mar 21 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden admission – Science fact or science fiction? Come learn about the search for other livable planets outside our galaxy. How many Earths do you think are out there?
See event details on Plant Lab: Amazing Race

Thursday, Mar 21 2019

Free event with paid Children’s Garden Admission
Dirt is important and has a special job. From growing vegetables to creating a habitat, each different kind of soil has a purpose. Get down in the dirt with us to learn the methods scientists use to classify different soils and take part in what we call The Amazing Race.
See event details on Fibonacci Fundamentals

Thursday, Mar 21 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden Admission – Nature is full of amazing patterns and connections. Come learn how we can connect math, nature and art.

See event details on Early Morning Walks (Members Only)

Early Morning Walks (Members Only)

Friday, Mar 22 2019

Take advantage of your membership with an early morning walk. Refresh and enjoy the peace we often miss in the concrete jungles of our city. The Dallas Arboretum offers an escape where peacefulness is more easily obtained in the early hours of a morning.
See event details on Dallas Blooms: Life’s A Picnic

Friday, Mar 22 2019

Dallas Blooms


Life’s a Picnic


Presented by Iberiabank
Experience 500,000 spring-blooming bulbs and an AMAZING picnic-themed topiary.
See event details on Hollywood Picnic Treats and Eats

Friday, Mar 22 2019

Each week, the Terrace Café will offer a special sandwich of the week, paired to match the highlighted film of the week.
See event details on Best Picnic Scenes throughout Film – Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975)

Best Picnic Scenes throughout Film – Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975)

Friday, Mar 22 2019

Free with paid garden admission – The Arboretum will be screening a different film that illustrates some of the top cinematic picnic scenes. On Sundays, enjoy the films on a larger screen. This week: Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975).
See event details on Daily Tastings

Friday, Mar 22 2019

Free with paid General Admission – Enjoy a delicious tasting of three different recipes made with vegetables harvested from our garden.
See event details on Historical Tours

Friday, Mar 22 2019

Free with paid admission – Visit the DeGolyer House for a tour of the beautiful, historically preserved home, while listening to incredibly knowledgeable docents speak about the history of the home through November 13.
See event details on Master Class with Chef Peter Barlow

Friday, Mar 22 2019

CLOSED- Rescheduled: Join Chef Peter Barlow at 11am at A Tasteful Place for a Free Cooking Demonstration Acclaimed chef, Peter Barlow, leads a prelude master class to the Roots Waste Not; Want Not Dinner. Join the fight against food waste and learn techniques and healthy guidelines to turn leftovers into lunch.
See event details on Little Adventurers Activities

Friday, Mar 22 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden admission – Bring your little adventurers for a hands-on experience with science, technology, engineering, art, and math! Each day of the week will feature new stories, songs, crafts and so much more.
See event details on Plant Lab: Amazing Race

Friday, Mar 22 2019

Free event with paid Children’s Garden Admission
Dirt is important and has a special job. From growing vegetables to creating a habitat, each different kind of soil has a purpose. Get down in the dirt with us to learn the methods scientists use to classify different soils and take part in what we call The Amazing Race.
See event details on Master Cooking Demonstration with Chef Peter Barlow

Master Cooking Demonstration with Chef Peter Barlow

Friday, Mar 22 2019

Free with paid admission – Join us for a master cooking demonstration with acclaimed chef Peter Barlow, part of the Dallas Arboretum Food & Wine Festival” because he is pulling something different together for this demo than he was planning for the class.
See event details on Spring Tea

Friday, Mar 22 2019

February 25th to April 5th, 2019 Monday – Friday, 11am and 2pm. For Monday Teas call 214-515-6511 or email Teas@dallasarboretum.org before 2pm Friday
See event details on Eco-Engineering

Friday, Mar 22 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden Admission – Looking for a natural, eco-friendly way to tell time? If so, you’ll love engineering citrus into currents. Join us to learn more.
See event details on Plant Lab: Amazing Race

Friday, Mar 22 2019

Free event with paid Children’s Garden Admission
Dirt is important and has a special job. From growing vegetables to creating a habitat, each different kind of soil has a purpose. Get down in the dirt with us to learn the methods scientists use to classify different soils and take part in what we call The Amazing Race.
See event details on Master Class Cooking Demo with Chef Mary Chamberlin

Master Class Cooking Demo with Chef Mary Chamberlin

Friday, Mar 22 2019

Free with paid General Admission – Join us as we will have Cookbook Author Mary Chamberlin demonstrate Asparagus Soup with Crab Cakes, Hot Tamale Soup, and Quickie Chickie Vegetable Soup.
See event details on Spring Tea

Friday, Mar 22 2019

February 25th to April 5th, 2019 Monday – Friday, 11am and 2pm. For Monday Teas call 214-515-6511 or email Teas@dallasarboretum.org before 2pm Friday
See event details on OmniGlobe Presentation: Worlds Beyond Our Sun

OmniGlobe Presentation: Worlds Beyond Our Sun

Friday, Mar 22 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden admission – Science fact or science fiction? Come learn about the search for other livable planets outside our galaxy. How many Earths do you think are out there?
See event details on Plant Lab: Amazing Race

Friday, Mar 22 2019

Free event with paid Children’s Garden Admission
Dirt is important and has a special job. From growing vegetables to creating a habitat, each different kind of soil has a purpose. Get down in the dirt with us to learn the methods scientists use to classify different soils and take part in what we call The Amazing Race.
See event details on Fibonacci Fundamentals

Friday, Mar 22 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden Admission – Nature is full of amazing patterns and connections. Come learn how we can connect math, nature and art.

See event details on Early Morning Walks (Members Only)

Early Morning Walks (Members Only)

Saturday, Mar 23 2019

Take advantage of your membership with an early morning walk. Refresh and enjoy the peace we often miss in the concrete jungles of our city. The Dallas Arboretum offers an escape where peacefulness is more easily obtained in the early hours of a morning.
See event details on Saturday Morning Members Only Yoga

Saturday Morning Members Only Yoga

Saturday, Mar 23 2019

March 23 – Cancelled due to weather

Members Only – Enjoy guided yoga in the serene beauty of the garden.

See event details on Dallas Blooms: Life’s A Picnic

Saturday, Mar 23 2019

Dallas Blooms


Life’s a Picnic


Presented by Iberiabank
Experience 500,000 spring-blooming bulbs and an AMAZING picnic-themed topiary.
See event details on Wild Weather Weekend!

Saturday, Mar 23 2019

In celebration of World Meteorology Day (March 23), the Children’s Adventure Garden will flood the garden with fascinating and absolutely wild weather programs. Storm on over to explore a whirlwind of weather information, learn what it takes to become a meteorologist, and try to hang onto your seats as we examine Hurricanes, Tsunamis, and Typhoons on our Omniglobe.
See event details on Hollywood Picnic Treats and Eats

Saturday, Mar 23 2019

Each week, the Terrace Café will offer a special sandwich of the week, paired to match the highlighted film of the week.
See event details on The Chef’s Garden ® Roots on the Road Conference

Saturday, Mar 23 2019

A day of inspiring conversation and delicious food. Enjoy four informative and interactive panels with culinary influencers and industry professionals and conclude the day with a “Waste Not; Want Not” dinner.
See event details on Daily Tastings

Saturday, Mar 23 2019

Free with paid General Admission – Enjoy a delicious tasting of three different recipes made with vegetables harvested from our garden.
See event details on Girls Scouts in the Garden Spring 2019

Saturday, Mar 23 2019

Girl Scouts in the Garden
See event details on Historical Tours

Saturday, Mar 23 2019

Free with paid admission – Visit the DeGolyer House for a tour of the beautiful, historically preserved home, while listening to incredibly knowledgeable docents speak about the history of the home through November 13.
See event details on Best Picnic Scenes throughout Film – Out of Africa (1985)

Best Picnic Scenes throughout Film – Out of Africa (1985)

Saturday, Mar 23 2019

Free with paid garden admission – The Arboretum will be screening a different film that illustrates some of the top cinematic picnic scenes. On Sundays, enjoy the films on a larger screen. This week: Out of Africa (1975).
See event details on Little Adventurers Activities

Saturday, Mar 23 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden admission – Bring your little adventurers for a hands-on experience with science, technology, engineering, art, and math! Each day of the week will feature new stories, songs, crafts and so much more.
See event details on Plant Lab: Amazing Race

Saturday, Mar 23 2019

Free event with paid Children’s Garden Admission
Dirt is important and has a special job. From growing vegetables to creating a habitat, each different kind of soil has a purpose. Get down in the dirt with us to learn the methods scientists use to classify different soils and take part in what we call The Amazing Race.
See event details on OmniGlobe Presentation: Hurricanes, Cyclones, and Typhoons

OmniGlobe Presentation: Hurricanes, Cyclones, and Typhoons

Saturday, Mar 23 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden admission – These incredibly powerful and destructive forces of nature affect the lives of people living all over the world. Enter into our Omni Globe Theater to see past natural disasters and learn about all three.
See event details on Adventure Program: It’s Electrifying

Adventure Program: It’s Electrifying

Saturday, Mar 23 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden Admission
Electrical energy is part of our everyday lives at home, at work, and at school. Come and explore how electrical circuits are needed to transfer energy into light, movement, or sound.
See event details on Plant Lab: Amazing Race

Saturday, Mar 23 2019

Free event with paid Children’s Garden Admission
Dirt is important and has a special job. From growing vegetables to creating a habitat, each different kind of soil has a purpose. Get down in the dirt with us to learn the methods scientists use to classify different soils and take part in what we call The Amazing Race.
See event details on Girls Scouts in the Garden Spring 2019

Saturday, Mar 23 2019

Girl Scouts in the Garden
See event details on Live Music: Forte!

Saturday, Mar 23 2019

Free with paid General Admission
Listen to the sounds of the best of the best party bands at the perfect place to picnic with your family this weekend at The Martin Rutchik Concert Stage and Lawn!
See event details on OmniGlobe Presentation: Hurricanes, Cyclones, and Typhoons

OmniGlobe Presentation: Hurricanes, Cyclones, and Typhoons

Saturday, Mar 23 2019

Free with paid Children’s Garden admission – These incredibly powerful and destructive forces of nature affect the lives of people living all over the world. Enter into our Omni Globe Theater to see past natural disasters and learn about all three.
See event details on Plant Lab: Amazing Race

Saturday, Mar 23 2019

Free event with paid Children’s Garden Admission
Dirt is important and has a special job. From growing vegetables to creating a habitat, each different kind of soil has a purpose. Get down in the dirt with us to learn the methods scientists use to classify different soils and take part in what we call The Amazing Race.
See event details on The Chefs Garden Waste Not; Want Not Dinner

Saturday, Mar 23 2019

Join us for the Waste Not; Want Not dinner, led by Chef Peter Barlow. A seasonal, zero-waste, farm-to table dinner, prepared from fresh, local grown produce. Cocktails served at 5:30 p.m. and dinner at 6:30 p.m.

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