Our educators lead Scouts through the various habitats of a 7.5 acre organic garden and butterfly habitat. Planned activities during the tour will not only increase scouts' garden and outdoor knowledge, but will help scouts fulfill badge requirements.
We are conveniently located in Fair Park, close to many other museums offering other youth-based exhibits and activities.
We have a number of 'Achievements' and 'Arrow-point' badge programs for younger Scouts. We also work with Scout Leaders to put together Webelos and Eagle Scout projects and have a number of Community Service opportunities for older Scouts.
Badge OptionsWolf Cubs
We offer 'Try-Its' and 'Let's Get Outdoors' badge programs for younger Girl Scouts. Please call or email our education department about service and other group projects for older groups.
Badge OptionsPetals for Daisies
Try-its for Brownies
Let's Get Outdoors for Junior Girl Scouts
Pricing and Booking InformationProgram Length: Each program will last approximately one hour.
Program Cost: $5 per scout; 12 scout minimum/30 scout maximum per hour.
Butterfly House Field Trip: $5 per student; 100 student maximum per hour.
Combination package*: $8 per student; 20 student minimum/60 student maximum per hour. *Includes one summer program and the Butterfly House Field Trip
One adult free per 10 children; $5 per each additional adult ($8 for Combination package).
Texas Discovery Gardens Provides: Garden Educator; craft and educational supplies.
Availability: We offer scout programs after school and on the 3rd Saturday of the month from 10 am to 4 pm.
Contact: our Booking Department at (214) 428-7476 x 343.
To book a scout program, you must complete the following:
2. Submit a 50% non-refundable deposit.* We accept check, VISA, MasterCard, and/or cash.
3. Booking confirmation will be emailed or faxed to you in the form of a completed invoice.
*remaining fees due two weeks before arrival.