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Fort Worth Parks & Gardens

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Located just ten miles from downtown, the Fort Worth Nature Center is a 3,500-acre sanctuary that features buffalo, white-tailed deer, wildflowers and 25 miles of trails. The Hardwicke Interpretive Center offers nature programs, exhibits and a library.
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The Fort Worth Botanic Garden is home to more than 2,500 native and exotic species of plants. The garden spans over 105 acres and is the oldest botanic garden in Texas. Visitors enjoy the rose garden, where over 3,000 roses are on display. There is also a restaurant located on the premises.
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Adjacent to the Fort Worth Convention Center, the Fort Worth Water Gardens is an oasis in the city. It features three different pools of water--each architecturally interesting. Designed by New York architects Philip Johnson and John Burgee, it was constructed in 1974.

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