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Monday, April 30, 2012

picasso house_w_papa_CopyI have many memorable memories experienced at the Arboretum. From walking, while pregnant, with other pregnant friends, (stroller post), attending numerous concerts in the evenings, (concerts at the arboretum posts), mommy group meetups(Halloween post), time alone to stroll with my little boy, celebrating seasonal holidays, taking educational classes, and more (unusual places to read post). I have and will continue to enjoy the Dallas Arboretum as the perfect outdoor outing. Love the Picasso house, picture left, and the Monet setting, click here.


A membership to the Arboretum cost $68-200+ depending on your level of Membership.

All memberships include year-round advantages:

  1. Free admission
  2. Free parking
  3. Express entry (avoid long lines when crowded for entry)
  4. 10% shopping discounts for the gift shop at the arboretum
  5. 10% at local DFW area businesses (I use my extra 10% at Calloway’s Nursery when I buy house plants)
  6. Reduced ticket prices for Concerts on Thursdays
  7. Reduced ticket prices for lectures and educational classes (see below*)
  8. Some special events only available to members such as their well-known Easter Egg Hunt, Garden of Music, Goblins in the Garden and Weekend with Santa
  9. Free admission and discounts to Reciprocal Gardens all over the US (I love to use this free admission to gardens in North Carolina when I have visited family)
  10. 1Preview and shop for plants before being open to the general public
  11. I’m always looking for deals and the best deal about buying a membership is the tax-deduction…Your membership is tax-deductible to the extent allowed byIndividual, Family and Sustaining memberships: 100% tax deductible

Non-member cost $12 daily admission plus $7 for parking.

My mom and I have taken several educational and art classes at the arboretum. They are amazing!!! Every month features different classes. Here is an example of some classes offered in the last months: preparing for a wedding(as a bride), creating a mosaic flower pot, wine tasting in the garden, leaf casting, painting in oils, creating ceramic bird baths, owl prowl, photography lessons, starting a vegetable garden, attracting butterflies, creating Fall, Winter, Summer, Spring annual containers, curb appeal, general tree care, flowers you should plant for every season, sustaining a rose garden, designing a garden, dealing with Maples & Dogwoods, landscape lighting design, magical herbs, compost, and tool time.


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