Garden Visit for Two or Four at Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center (Up to 53% Off)

Southwest Austin

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Up to 53% Off

Customer Reviews

272 Ratings

Allow several hours to walk and enjoy the plants and scenery.
Joyce M. · June 13, 2015
Great place for little ones!
Jessica K. · October 19, 2014
The new Luci and Ian Family Garden is beautiful with lots of colorful flowers, hummingbirds, and bees!
David K. · October 9, 2014

What You'll Get


If flowers stopped growing, bees would have no way to make honey and little girls at weddings would walk down the aisle tossing handfuls of tree bark. Smell the roses with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $9 for general admission for two (an $18 value)
  • $17 for general admission for four (a $36 value)<p>

Accentuated with wildflowers and native vegetation, such as live oak, Texas persimmon, and the tangy barbecue bush, the gardens and trails highlight impeccable exterior landscaping, architecture, and sustainable urban design.<p>

The Fine Print


Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center


Water trickles through a butterfly roof when it rains, flowing through a Roman-styled aqueduct to a cistern placed for harvesting rainwater. Thorn-crested agaves and evergreen succulents flourish beneath the eaves. The architecture of this rainwater harvesting system—itself a recreation of a South Texas mission garden—embodies the dual purpose of the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center: to preserve native plant life and promote environmental and conservation research.

Although North American native plants thrive in this region when left to their own devices, urban development, agribusiness and the introduction of invasive species have slashed their numbers, reducing wildlife habitats and disrupting the fragile ecosystem. Lady Bird Johnson founded the Wildflower Center in 1982 to preserve these native plants and natural landscapes. Native Texas wildflowers and shrubs fill its 23 public gardens and trails, which form a natural habitat for cochineal insects and red-eared slider turtles. The center's Research and Innovation team restores damaged landscapes, and the Native Plant Information Network retains an online database of more than 8,600 native species.

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