Dallas – Fort Worth’s Tunnel Of Trees Is Positively Magical And You Need To Visit

The Dallas Arboretum is a breathtakingly beautiful place to visit year-round. The gardens are continuously infused with a spectrum of colors denoting the season, and both young and old delight in the displays and experiencing nature at its absolute finest. Hiding inside the gardens is a magical tunnel of trees that is worth the journey all on its own. Your worries leave and your spirit soars as you walk through the almost spiritual setting and experience both the warm sun and cool shade. Here’s why you need to travel through this magical tunnel each season of the year:

As if the tunnel of trees and fall displays at every turn isn’t enough reason to visit, the Dallas Arboretum is featuring a spectacular “Wizard of Oz” theme as part of its “Autumn at the Arboretum” display! You can follow the yellow brick road through the grounds and participate in an alternative, nature-driven storyline and what might have really killed the Wicked Witch of the East!

The 66-acre Dallas Arboretum is located at 8657 Garland Road in Dallas. Find more information about hours and special exhibits on their website, here.

If you’ve visited here before, which is your favorite time of the year to enjoy the gardens? Let us know in the comments below. Don’t forget to share your photos of this magical place with us on the Only In Dallas – Fort Worth Facebook page or on Instagram (@onlyindallasfortworth) using #onlyindallasfortworth for a chance to see your photos featured!

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