Stroll Through the Japanese Tea Garden in San Antonio
Immerse yourself in the serene beauty of the Japanese Tea Garden in San Antonio, an enchanting oasis filled with lush greenery, Koi ponds, and a stunning waterfall!
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The Japanese Tea Garden in San Antonio, Texas, is a peaceful place with beautiful plants and trees. There are pathways to walk on, and you can see flowers, bushes, and a 60-foot waterfall. The waterfall flows into a pond with colorful Koi fish. There are also stone bridges to walk over and enjoy the view. This historic garden has connections to the Jingu family from the 1920s. Visit the Japanese Tea Garden for a relaxing experience in San Antonio.
For families with kids
For parents and grownups
Arrive at the Japanese Tea Garden
Stroll through the lush gardens and shaded walkways
This is one of my favorite places to visit in San Antonio. It is free to the public and so beautiful. It’s small but great for the whole family. There are stairs so probably not the best for people with major mobility issues but I do think there are areas that would be handicap accessible. It’s probably about a 1/4 mile hike. Perfect spot to enjoy and good location close to the airport, pearl, and zoo.
You can also take some amazing pictures in this beautifully landscape haven.
2 weeks ago
My sisters came and visited me here and wanted to take in some of the sights. I recommend coming early to avoid crowds, parking issue's and summer heat. The park is partialy handicap accessible bucause not all levels are accessible and several ramps are steep. It is very beautiful and several places for picture taking
a month ago
This place is so beautiful! We went on a day that was a bit overcast, which was just fine. It wasn't too busy, either. There are koi fish in the ponds and we even saw a turtle once. It was also free, so that's another good thing about the gardens.
2 months ago
Very pretty location. It looks like people use it for photo shoots. It's small and doesn't take long to walk the whole thing. There is no entry fee, so it makes a nice place to stroll and relax. It is not really good for people who need walking assistance or have wheelchairs. You can only get to some of it without climbing stairs.
4 months ago
Beautiful. This was such a lovely experience. Amazing to see such a well kept garden. The fish and turtles were super cute. Such a lovely quiet place to clear your head. I'm guessing it's the shop there but it was so very sweet of them to keep the hot weather in mind. They had a container of cold water outside for the guests. It was just a great sight.