$5 for One Admission to the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden (Up to $10 Value)

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Amanda R. ·
August 12, 2014
It was a great family experience. The display was so interesting and the Thursday music was so cool


Manny F. ·
June 24, 2013
relaxing and beautiful


Masha B. ·
November 14, 2012
Love going to arboretum

What You'll Get

European explorers were so impressed by the natural splendor of the New World that they immediately penned songs such as "America the Beautiful" and "Happy Birthday to You," which was originally written for an oak tree. Find your musical muse with today's Groupon: for $5, you get one admission to the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden, located on the southeastern shore of White Rock Lake (up to a $10 value).

The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden dazzles nature-lovers and urbanites alike with 66 acres of stunning, plant-based pageantry. The site's display gardens provide gluttonous eyeballs with an all-you-can-eat visual buffet, gorging them on verdant vistas such as the Palmer Fern Dell and the Jonsson Color Garden, home to more than 2,000 types of azaleas. Amble along the Paseo de Flores, the arboretum's main pedestrian artery, or wander peaceful pecan groves, where delicious nuts grow up dreaming of becoming even more delicious pies. A number of aquatic features also dot the landscape, including a reflecting pool in A Woman's Garden, a water curtain in the Lay Ornamental Garden, and multiple fountains, disproving the long-held theory that flowers and water are entirely incompatible.

A frequent recipient of accolades from accolade-senders such as MSN and Southern Living magazine, the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden is the perfect spot for a romantic stroll or a game of floral charades. Hungry horticulturalists can keep growling stomachs from frightening the foliage by availing themselves of the DeGolyer Garden Café or the Lula Mae Slaughter Terrace Restaurant, or by setting up their own homemade picnic of potato-chip salad and meatball sundaes.

Not valid October 30–31 or November 26–28.


Yelpers give the Dallas Arboretum a 4.5-star average rating. TripAdvisors give it 4.5 owl eyes, and Insider Pagers give it a five-star rating:

  • The blooms were amazing, so many colors! The area was huge lots of grass perfect for having a small picnic with your loved ones! – Gloria S., Yelp
  • I would encourage you to visit the Dallas Arboretum, take a picnic lunch and take your shoes off and run your toes through the grass. – Susan L., Insider Pages

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Mar 1, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 10 per person. Not valid 10/30 - 10/31 or 11/26 - 11/28. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens

Spread across 66 acres on the shores of White Rock Lake, Dallas Arboretum's themed gardens showcase the broad biodiversity of Texas' unique climate. The gardens' lush plantings and eye-catching vistas have earned the arboretum numerous accolades, including a spot on Travel Channel's list of "Best Botanical Gardens in the US." The Nancy Rutchik Red Maple Rill includes a century-old Japanese maple. Landscaping work is showcased as well: A Woman's Garden has won national acclaim for its garden rooms, reflecting pool, and floral displays. The Arboretum has four major festivals a year: Dallas Blooms, which showcases more than 500,000 spring blooming bulbs, Summer Flower Village, Pumpkin Village, and The 12 Days of Christmas display. Their eight-acre Rory Meyer's Children's Adventure Garden opened in 2012.

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