How much does it cost to go to the Japanese Tea Gardens in San Antonio?

Admission to the Japanese Tea Garden is free of charge and the park is open every day of the year, from sunrise until sunset. To learn more about the San Antonio Japanese Tea Garden and to plan your visit, check out the website for the San Antonio Parks Foundation.

Do you have to pay to get into the Japanese Tea Garden?

The garden is free to the community. or Visit the Japanese Tea Garden Website.

How much does the Japanese Tea Garden cost?

General Admission

Adults $10
Seniors (ages 65+ w/ID) $7
Youth (ages 12-17) $7
Children (ages 5-11) $3
Children (under 5) FREE

How long does it take to walk through Japanese tea garden?

If you just want to walk around to see the garden, this can be done in 45 minutes or so. It is not terribly large. If you have tea, as well, about an hour and 15 minutes.

How much does Japanese tea cost?

In 2019, the average price of green tea in Japan amounted to around 478 yen per 100 gram, a decrease from about 478 yen per 100 gram in the previous year.

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Can you eat in the Japanese Tea Garden?

Yes, you can bring food and there are benches you can use.

Are the Japanese Tea Gardens open?

Japanese Tea Garden reopened on Wednesday, July 22, 2020 with modifications to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Please read the offiical Press Release from the San Francisco Recreation and Parks here.

Do you have to pay to walk on the Golden Gate Bridge?

It’s free to walk or bike across the Golden Gate Bridge. The pedestrian walkway is the east sidewalk that runs along the east (bay) side of the bridge. Bikes ride on either side, according to the daily schedule. Drivers pay a toll ($7.25) but only coming into San Francisco.

Where do you park when visiting a Japanese tea garden?

The Tea Garden is at 75 Hagiwara Tea Garden Drive, just off John F. Kennedy Drive and next to the De Young Museum in Golden Gate Park. You can park on the street nearby, or in the public parking lot beneath the Academy of Sciences.