Get outdoors this spring and take advantage of the Japanese Spring Festival at the Fort Worth Botanical Garden. Over the weekend of March 27 and 28, the garden will celebrate the Year of the Ox, supported by the Fort Worth Japanese Society. Olympus Team Ranch is here to give you the details, so you don't miss out on this exclusive event!
The Year of the Ox
The theme for the Japanese Spring Festival this year is the Year of the Ox. As part of the zodiac, 2021 is associated with the element of metal, so it is known as the Year of the Metal Ox. Which makes this year lucky for those pursuing new career opportunities and financial planning.
What to See
The festival will have performances, food carts, and local vendors. Oh, also gorgeous themed gardens. Walk around and enjoy the Texas breeze, the flowers, and native and non-native greenery. Plan to spend a couple of hours outdoors, whether alone or with the whole squad.
How to Go
Plan ahead! The Botanical Garden is only selling tickets online. Meaning if you show up on the day of the festival, you won't be able to purchase your tickets before you go in. Check out ticket prices and where to park online.
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