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Take a nice leisurely tour of the Japanese Garden at the Fort Worth Botanic Garden and enjoy a wonderful lunch afterwards at The Gardens Restaurant. The Japanese Garden is a 7 acre land of wonder. You’ll discover natural wonders around ever turn as you stroll along the walkway. One of the centerpieces of the Japanese Garden is the pond which features thousands of exotic Imperial Carp (Koi) that you can feed. After you finish exploring the Japanese Garden you can stroll on over to The Gardens Restaurant which features a Garden Sampler, Tequila Chicken Panini Sandwich, Grilled Portobello Wrap, Herb Encrusted Salmon, Aztec Fettuccini, New York Cheesecake, Tiramisu, and Chocolate Mousse Cake.
Admission to the Japanese Garden is separate from the Conservatory admission. The cost is $5 per person. If you are a senior though, be sure to mention this and you will save $0.50 off the cost of your admission. Children also get a discount off the regular admission price. Children 12 years and under get $2 off the regular admission price and kids under 3 years old get free admission. Of course if you are already a member of the Fort Worth Botanic Garden then you will get free admission to the Japanese Garden. Even with that it is still worth it to take advantage of this deal while it is still available because you also get lunch included with your admission to the Japanese Garden.
Now if you are planning just a normal visit to the Fort Worth Botanic Garden then you will want to make sure that you at least check out the Fort Worth Botanic Garden coupons to make sure that you get the absolute most savings possible on your admission costs. The Japanese Garden is open daily from 9 am to 7 pm and The Gardens Restaurant is open from 11 am to 3 pm.