|About||The Dallas Arboretum is 66 acres of lush gardens and gorgeous vistas on the banks of White Rock Lake.|
The mission of the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden is to build and maintain a public venue that promotes the art, enjoyment and knowledge of horticulture, while providing opportunities for education and research. We are committed to excellence, good management and fiscal responsibility.
This Dallas Arboretum Facebook page is a fun, family-friendly community where people can share their passion for the gardens, and where the Dallas Arboretum can interact with those who love the venue.
While we’re excited to hear from you, it’s important to note that postings to the Dallas Arboretum Facebook page are not representative of the opinions of the Dallas Arboretum, nor do we confirm their accuracy.
As part of our commitment to you, we’ll do our best to ensure the postings on our page are in line with the Dallas Arboretum philosophies. However, since we unfortunately can’t monitor every posting or conversation, the Dallas Arboretum expects that users will not post content that falls into the following categories and reserves the right to remove postings that are:
- Abusive, defamatory, or obscene
- Fraudulent, deceptive or misleading
- In violation of any intellectual property right of another
- In violation of any law or regulation
- Otherwise offensive
- Suggestive of new product innovations or advertising ideas
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|Description||Located in the heart of Dallas, the gardens are comprised of two estates, the DeGolyer estate and the Camp estate. The garden is open year round and only closed on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Years Day.|