Saturday is opening day for Dallas’ newest kid-friendly attraction: the Rory Meyers Children’s Adventure Garden at the Dallas Arboretum.
The eight-acre children’s garden is loaded with educational exhibits and hands-on games. Kids can play with solar activated whirligigs, look at and plant life under giant magnifiers, and even extract strawberry DNA in a guided experiment.
This project was 16 years in the making and cost $62 million to complete. To access the children’s garden, you pay regular Arboretum admission, plus $3. All tickets are timed to cap the crowd at a maximum of 1,500 people at one time.
KERA got to take a sneak peek at the children's garden. Click here for the full story and photos.