Japanese Tea Garden
Really great place to go sightseeing and also have good food . You can take amazing photos in this place!
The Gardens are a beautiful and quiet place to reflect and enjoy the natural scenery. The aesthetics make for a great photo opportunity!
Botanical garden with koi. Take bread to feed fish and turtles and good shoes to walk to top of waterfall. Free
The Japanese Tea Garden has a glorious history of over 90 years, from the time it was an operating rock quarry to today, as one of the most loved, educational and cultural resources in San Antonio. The quarry was shaped into a complex that included walkways, stone arch bridges, an island and a…
Features a lush year-round garden and a floral display with shaded walkways, stone bridges, a 60-foot waterfall and ponds filled with Koi.
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“This is a 7 minute walk from the place. They have some recreated Texas landscapes, a magical children's area, and some old relocated limestone/timber cabins from the Hill Country. This is one of my favorite places to walk around. Admission fee for entry.”
“Entertainment for the entire family. The Witte was recently renovated. There is so much to see and do both outside & inside. It truly is a spectacular museum. Check calendar for current exhibits. ”
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