There's always something new to see at the 38-acre San Antonio Botanical Garden. Each season brings a variety of color and texture in the plant world. You’ll find favorites in the Rose Garden and encounter tropical selections in the exhibit rooms of the Lucile Halsell Conservatory along with many other botanical sites.
There's a Texas Native Trail that showcases the diverse regions that make up the second largest state of the United States. Check out landscape examples in the Formal and Display Gardens and along WaterSaver Lane and WaterSaver Garden. A bird-watch structure has benches for comfort and special viewing portals for birding.
There are also numerous examples of histpric and modern architecture, including the prize-winning Lucile Halsell Conservatory (1988); the Sullivan Carriage House (1896); an East Texas Log Cabin; a South Texas Adobe; the Auld House (1880s), the largest piñon pine cabin in Texas; and the Friedrich Wilhelm Schumacher limestone house (1849).
The Garden is open every day of the year except Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.