Horror on the Lake
Thursday – Saturday, October 29 – 31 | 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. | Ages 18+
Enter if you dare! Disembodied spirits and things that go bump in the night have taken over the San Antonio Botanical Garden lake. Brave the frights of the haunted lake or wander over though the garden for music, photo ops, locally famous food trucks, and cash bars (beer and wine). Must be 21+ with ID to drink.
About the Garden
Recognized nationally for commitment to outstanding displays, botanical diversity, education, environmental stewardship, and experiences that connect people to the natural world, the Garden is a top San Antonio attraction that serves as a museum of plants, a tranquil escape, a living classroom, a research and conservation facility, and entertainment venue where art, architecture, music, and theater experiences come to life.
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Events & Exhibitions
Explore the beauty of the Botanical Garden with special events and exhibitions blooming year-round.
Classes & Education
From growing your own vegetables, understanding gardening in the Texas landscape, fitness, food and everything in between – the Botanical Garden has a class for visitors of all ages.
From meetings and luncheons to weddings and birthdays, the Botanical Garden has the perfect venue for your next event.
Conservation & Research
The Botanical Garden is committed to practicing and teaching the many ways to conserve South Texas’ most precious resources.
The Garden's Mission
To inspire people to connect with the plant world and understand the importance of plants in our lives.