San Antonio Botanical Garden

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The San Antonio Botanical Garden has added several pieces of temporary art to its expanding campus, with five steel pieces by Rodrigo Garagarza, said the garden's executive director Bob Brackman.

Department of Arts and Culture

From a food-centric Cinematic piece to a new arts exhibit to a chocolate festival, there's plenty to sink your teeth into this weekend.

San Antonio Botanical Garden

The San Antonio Botanical Garden opened a new 8-acre addition to the facility on Saturday, including a parking lot that's interesting enough on its own to be called a "parking garden."

Jack Morgan

For its Holidays in Bloom event, the San Antonio Botanical Garden is dressed up in more than just red and green.  The Botanical Garden's Candace Andrews took me through the 38-acre hilltop gem.

 "It's a wonderful celebration of the holidays here at the garden. It'll run through December 31st. We've got holiday horticulture for everyone to enjoy."


The Children's Garden, the Carriage House, the many nooks and crannies of the San Antonio Botanical Gardens hold generations of memories. With an eight-acre expansion, the largest single expansion in the gardens' history, the site will have even more space for making those memories.

How will the expansion change the look and feel of the gardens?


  • Bob Brackman, executive director of the San Antonio Botanical Gardens