The Alamo Botanical Gardens will be welcoming back to its public on Monday, Sept. 20, 2019.
The botanical gardens are located at 1710 East Mission Boulevard in downtown Austin, with its historic and historic buildings still in tact, the gardens being the last of what was once the historic Mission Botanical garden.
The new Alamo Gardens will also feature the first ever indoor outdoor sculpture garden, according to the Austin Chronicle.
The Alamo is one of only a handful of botanical Gardens in Texas.
The Botanical gardens will open with the first indoor sculpture garden to open in Austin, in 2018.
The park was dedicated in 2021.
The parks new indoor sculpture is a piece by artist Chris Friesen.
The park is located at Mission Boulevard and Mission Street in downtown, and the gardens entrance is on the north side of the park.
The gardens are just off the Mission Freeway at West Loop, and it is located just off I-35W.
The original Mission Botanic Garden in San Antonio opened in 1955, and is still in use.
The new Alamos new indoor piece is the first sculpture garden in Austin to be built and designed by Fries, who has also designed and built sculptures at the San Antonio Botanical Museum.
Friesen said he came to Austin for the gardens new piece because he loves the gardens.
The artist said it is one thing to create art, but another to see it live.
“I have a sense of the grandeur of the landscape, and I’m very appreciative of the history of the Alamas landscape, because it’s just the most beautiful,” Friese said.
The sculptures have been designed by a team of five people.
They are a team led by the artist, Jeffry Sperling, and include artist James B. Taylor, sculptor and designer, Mike Nelms, and a landscape architect, David Cottrell.
The garden will feature a wide variety of plants, including azaleas, oaks, sycamores, oleander, and other species.
The garden will also include a sculpture garden for a sculpture installation.
Friedens team is currently developing an indoor sculpture exhibit and is looking for the public to help design the pieces.