Enjoy A Day Out At The San Antonio Botanical Garden

Botanical Garden

Whether you want to see something beautiful or you just want to get ideas for your own garden, a great summertime activity is taking a trip to the San Antonio Botanical Garden. There’s always something going on there. From taking a casual stroll through the gardens to getting a bite to eat from the food trucks there, you’re sure to have a fun-filled day when you take a trip to see all that this garden has to offer. Want to learn more about how you can visit? Take a look at some of the details, and make plans to stop by sometime this weekend.

The Details

If you are wondering when you should visit the garden, you will love learning that it is open every day (excluding holidays) from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This includes weekends, so you should be able to find a time that works well for you. For adults, it costs $12 to get access to the gardens, but you’ll only have to pay $9 for children, ages 3-13. Are you bringing any children under the age of three? They will get in for free. Senior citizens who are 65 years of age or older, military, and students with a current ID will get a discount, so a ticket only costs $10 for them. Want to bypass these costs altogether? Just become a member!

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Becoming a Member

Those who absolutely love spending time at the garden should consider becoming a member so they can go to the museum whenever they want without paying for an individual ticket. On top of that, members get all kinds of other perks as well! So, it’s definitely something to consider if you plan on spending a lot of time at the garden. You can get an individual membership, which costs just $50 per year. Want to bring your kids along with you? That membership costs $65 per year. If you want to bring the whole family along, purchase a family/dual membership for $75 a year. There are also options if you want to bring three adults along and if you want to be able to bring a friend along every time you go to the garden. In addition, you can become a contributor, patron, or join the director’s circle, so look into all your options to decide which one is best for you and your family’s needs.

If you live in the nearby area, you absolutely have to pay a visit to the San Antonio Botanical Garden. Check it out this weekend.