Voted one of the “best places to see spring blooms across the south” by Southern Living, The Dallas Arborteum's Dallas Blooms is a 6-week floral festival that starts tomorrow and features 100 varieties of 500,000 stunning spring blooms, and this year, sculptures of some of our country’s “Great Contributors”! While today might be a little gloomy, the flowers are stunning and will only be getting more beautiful! 

Updated February 2023



Dallas Blooms is the largest annual floral festival in the Southwest! This stunning display of vibrant floral color runs for 6 weeks at the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden, bringing in thousands of viewers each year for epic views & countless photo moments. The celebration also includes kids activities for family outings, live entertainment, cooking classes, wine + beer pairings & more. 


Dallas Blooms Arboretum


Every year the festival + floral displays are based on a theme, this year is “The Great Contributors”! Featuring 9 bronze sculptures from renowned artist Gary Lee Price, the exhibit honors historical figures like Mother Teresa, Albert Einstein, Harriet Tubman, Benjamin Franklin & Amelia Earhart! Find them throughout the gardens alongside 100 varieties of spring bulbs, 500,000 tulips & hundreds of Japanese cherry trees.



Tickets are required & can be purchased on their website at $20 for Adults, $16 for seniors 65+, $12 for children 2-12 or free to Dallas Arboretum members! The festival runs from February 25 until April 16, so find a day & make plans to experience the biggest floral festival in the state!

Pro tip: They also have tons of programming from weekend concerts, talks & more!