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Nueces County is designated a
“high community transmission area.”
Following CDC 7/27/21 guidelines, we’re requiring everyone age 3 & older, regardless of vaccination status, to WEAR FACE MASKS INDOORS at the South Texas Botanical Gardens.
We continue to social-distance, & observe posted capacity limits.
Thank you for protecting yourself, other guests, staff & volunteers!
Four weekends of lights, trees, petting zoo, hay rides, s’mores & cocoa & SANTA await families beginning the day after . A huge, live lighted fir tree, photos with parrots, photo cut-outs, a “Hay Maze,” smaller trees, and decked out tortoises –all full of Holiday spirit.
Friday evenings, 5:30-7 pm. Saturdays, 9 am-6 pm. Nov. 26/27, Dec. 3/4, Dec. 10/11, Dec. 17/18.
Finally, it’s back, Friday, October 29, 6:30-9:30 pm, the magical evening OUTDOORS, among flowers & friends! Committees are energized with multiple music, food & drink stations; custom botanical craft beer; garden strolls; traditional silent auction (no phones); DJ & dancing in the Rose Garden; take-all raffle; butterfly release, & of course casual attire & valet parking!
Sponsorships: $1000, $2000, $3000, $5000, $10,000.
Single tickets, $125, beginning September 29.
Campers will explore the world of parrots, reptiles, butterflies & other nature topics led by Education & Animal Care staff & volunteers. Daily Science investigations, crafts, journaling, more . . .16 campers maximum divide into small groups rotating through different daily adventures!
…bloom-filled conservatories, majestic rose pavilion,
butterfly house, architecturally-unique garden design, tropical plumeria grove—plus mesquite-lined nature trail, rustic Palapa Grande and wetland boardwalk. You’ll love the beauty-versus-beast contrasts at this 182-acre botanical and nature domain, like our parrots and reptiles.
…through field trips, nature camps, birdwatching, animal interactions, horticulture classes and workshops, winter lectures, plant and landscape displays, family visits! Environmental education through nature tourism explains benefits of learning to better share our ecosystem with plant and wildlife.
…our urban oasis of native habitat and natural wetlands on Oso Creek. Our conservation programs involving plants, wildlife and water, include: Endangered Slender Rush Pea, Black-Laced Cactus colonies, Pockets of Wildlife Habitat along Oso Creek, Native Grasses: Highly Structured, Managed & Natural.
Both scenic floral, or more casual outdoor venues—
as well as comfortable indoor spaces are available for MEMBERS to rent throughout the year.
Rental occasions have included weddings, bridal and baby showers, birthdays, grad parties,
corporate or club meetings, team-building functions, local events, lectures or classes, memorial services . . .
during or after regular hours! In spring and summer months, we celebrate weddings almost every weekend!
Prices are reasonable and surroundings memorable for your special occasion!
A botanical garden cannot thrive or grow, without members!
Personal and corporate memberships
supply substantial annual operating funds.
In return, members get valuable benefits
which outweigh yearly dues contribution—
like RECIPROCAL FREE ADMISSION to 340 other gardens,
14 of them in Texas!
for Categories and amazing benefits!
There are many ways to donate and support your Botanical Gardens—
from Unrestricted Gifts, Current Needs, sponsoring an event,
funding an exhibit, a water feature—or even a building!
Most donations are given in the present; while some are planned
as a legacy gift, or “Planned Giving.”
No matter the size or timing, every contribution improves visitor experience, brings more visitors, more donors, and GROWS your Gardens!
for easy ways to give; or donor suggestions to discuss
with your tax consultant, financial advisor or estate attorney.