Shinzen Japanese Garden
The purpose of this Corporation shall be to aid and assist in the development, maintenance, operation, expansion, protection and preservation of a Japanese Garden situated within the boundaries of Woodward Park, a regional park owned by the City of Fresno, California. The Corporation shall be empowered to enter into, modify, amend and terminate such contracts, agreements, memoranda of understanding, leases or other undertakings with the City of Fresno concerning the Japanese Garden and its operations, as shall be in the discretion of the Board of Directors, determined to be in the best interest of the Corporation and in furtherance of this purpose.
Probably the most beautiful part of Woodward Park. Entry fee of $5 is a little steep, but discounted to $1 for students and seniors. Very neat to see how the garden changes throughout the seasons.
So beautiful, specially in the fall. Very peaceful.
It is very beautiful but the ladies upfront that handle the money are very very rude. We accidentally gave one of them extra money and ignored us when we asked to have it back. We were also clearly students but unfortunatley didn't have our school IDs eoth us and had to pay the adult price.
I took my mother here on a Saturday afternoon. It is tucked away and separate from the rest of Woodward Park which really allows you to appreciate the garden. The garden is well laid out and with each season, allows the garden to change slightly. If you appreciate landscape and garden design, this is a nice retreat.
Very pretty to walk through. Nice to get away from the city for a bit and enjoy the view.