Arts & Culture

Spring into the Blooming Season at the Dallas Arboretum

It's the best time of year to visit one of the most beautiful places in Dallas.

Ashley Turner
Posted on Feb 27, 2018

Springtime in Dallas calls for reveling in the (finally) warmer weather, exploring the outdoors and planning all your spring break fun. Make plans to visit the Dallas Arboretum to bask in the florals and festivals happening at the gardens.


Explore the beautiful florals at Dallas Blooms

See the largest floral festival of the Southwest at Dallas Blooms. This year's theme is "A World of Flowers" and will showcase different regions of the world with more than 500,000 colorful spring blooms on display. To go along with the theme, each week will highlight the different florals of France, the Mediterranean, Europe, Asia and the Americas to celebrate cultures around the world. Events throughout the festival will include live music, food and drink tastings, arts and culture activities and more. The festival is open now through April 8!


Treat yourself at A Tasteful Place

The newest edition to the Dallas Arboretum, A Tasteful Place, is an edible display garden offering tons of tasty events throughout the year. Enjoy daily cooking classes, tastings and demonstrations from the fresh fruit, vegetables and herbs that grow in the gardens, and the menu will reflect each cultural theme during the Dallas Blooms festival. Tastings and demos are free with paid daily admission, so make sure you stop by after visiting the gardens.


Dine at the Food & Wine Festival

Make it a date night or a night out with friends at the Arboretum's Food & Wine Festival on March 22. Dine and delight on delicious cuisine and wines from award-winning local chefs and wineries. The dinner menu will include dishes and desserts from four regions including, Pan Asian, South America, American Bistro and the Mediterranean. See the full list of chefs and restaurant participants here and be sure to get your tickets to this ultimate foodie event.



Header Photo credit: The Dallas Arboretum