Events and Rentals

Venue by Nature.

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Lydia McConathy

Event and Rental Manager

Situated within the Fort Worth Cultural District, BRIT offers a variety of sustainable spaces for any event. Our venue is catering-friendly and accommodates everything from small meetings to wedding ceremonies and receptions.

Click here to fill out our contact form or e-mail events@brit.org for more information. Event funds support our mission.

 

Weddings

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Our facility blends an ultra modern style with a truly natural look. Shimmering glass and dramatic architectural lines are offset by walls clad in vegetation, soft wool and linen furnishings, and an incredible living roof. BRIT is the sustainable venue for every forever couple.

Check out our wedding informational flyer. Request a copy of our wedding guidelines for full details. 

Special Events & Meetings

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Whether it's a luncheon, holiday party, or business meeting, our unique venue is sure to be a hit for any event! BRIT has seven indoor and two outdoor spaces that vary in size and flexibility. Nonprofit status receives 10% off.

Click here to fill out our contact form or e-mail events@brit.org for more information. Event funds support our mission.

Children's Birthday Parties

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You may have seen our beloved Bella the Begonia and Carlos the Cactus at First Saturdays or out in the community. Now they're ready to celebrate birthdays! Parties include story time and activities such as planting a flower or creating art from nature.

BRIT members receive a special discount.

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FORT WORTH, Texas (October 8, 2020) — The Botanical Research Institute of Texas (BRIT®) and Fort Worth Botanic Garden invites visitors to the newest exhibit “Topiaries in the Garden,” running Oct. 16, 2020 through Jun. 30, 2021. Featuring 12 plant-based animal shapes, such as elephants, giraffes, and butterflies, the displays are sure to stimulate a sense of wonderment and fascination. “Seeing the animal topiaries throughout the Garden gives visitors yet another reason to get outside and enjoy this beautiful fall weather,” said Vice President for Horticulture and Assistant Director Bob Byers. Topiary is a horticultural practice that trains plants to grow and develop into distinctive shapes. In this case, animal-shaped frames are stuffed with sphagnum peat moss, bound in fishing line, and t...
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