A Beautiful Morning at the Dallas Arboretum

Enjoy the sights and sounds of summer

Photos by Sharon Kurtz ~
The Dallas Arboretum is open to welcome the public for the first time since the shutdown due to the Coronavirus.
The gardens are spectacular, and it was delightful to enjoy nature in the calm and beauty that this peaceful oasis provides. 
Stroll along the entire path around the gardens; I am sure you will experience areas of the Arboretum that you may not have seen before. Relax on one of the many benches and enjoy the music of nature.
The health and safety of guests is the Arboretum’s top priority, and several new protocols are in place. The walking paths are now one way to ensure a safe distance for all.  Groups are limited to no more than ten people. Guests need to reserve tickets ahead of time for a specific date and time slot.
You may book your tickets and learn more by visiting the website’s hours-and-admission.  

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