The Fort Worth Botanic Garden | Botanical Research Institute of Texas invites guests to visit the Garden with free admission on Sunday, June 19, in honor of the Juneteenth holiday, thanks to R Bank, which made the opportunity accessible for all.
FWBG|BRIT CEO and President Patrick Newman says the opportunity to cultivate community engagement is a priority for the organization.
“Juneteenth is an incredibly important holiday honoring African American history and representing strength, unity and progress,” Newman said. “This day of free admission is dedicated to both reflecting on the past and planning for future growth. The Garden is a place of peace, and during its early summer prime we want to welcome guests to celebrate Juneteenth with loved ones.”
The Garden offers a 120-acre campus filled with 23 specialty gardens, including the popular Japanese Garden with koi-filled pools and dramatic waterfalls, and the iconic Rose Garden, with a terraced ramp featuring paths that wind past colorful flower beds.
R Bank opened its first banking center in the Fort Worth market in March of 2020 and its University Drive branch in December 2021. “We are thankful for this new partnership with R Bank,” Newman said. “Their support and generosity to this organization is extremely helpful to us, and to our great local community.”
The Garden’s summer hours are in effect – 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., with the last admission accepted at 5 p.m.