Dallas, TX 75208
The Japanese Garden at Kidd Springs Park is a beautiful and peaceful oasis in the heart of Dallas. It was designed and built in 1970 by Lamberts Landscape Firm, and is one of the oldest Japanese gardens in Texas. The garden is located on a hillside overlooking a spring-fed pond, and is home to a variety of Japanese plants and trees, including azaleas, camellias, Japanese maples, and bamboo.
The garden is also home to a number of traditional Japanese garden features, such as a stone bridge, a teahouse, and a waterfall. Visitors can stroll through the garden on winding paths, or sit and relax on one of the many benches. The garden is a popular spot for weddings and other special events, and is also a popular place for locals to relax and enjoy the outdoors.
Things To See Do in the Japanese Garden at Kidd Springs Park
• Admire the beautiful Japanese plants and trees.
• Cross the stone bridge over the pond.
• Visit the teahouse.
• Listen to the sound of the waterfall.
• Sit and relax on one of the many benches.
• Enjoy the peace and tranquility of the garden.
The Japanese Garden at Kidd Springs Park is a free attraction and is open to the public every day. It is located at 700 W. Canty Street in Dallas, Texas.
• The best time to visit the garden is during the spring or fall, when the weather is mild.
• Wear comfortable shoes, as the garden has a number of walking paths.
• Bring a camera to capture the beauty of the garden.
• Be respectful of the garden and its visitors.
ContactPhone: (214) 670-7535
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