Very beautiful cemetery. We enjoyed experiencing the history and beauty of the place. If you enjoy this kind of thing then I would definitely visit. Not your typical attraction.
Nice little offbeat attraction. It had a handful of exhibits and 2-3 actual art cars from what I remember. It is very small, but entry is free with the option of making a donation. I wouldn't go out of my way to go here, but if you are in the area, can appreciate unique art, and have some free time, I would stop by. Unless there is parking elsewhere there are only 3-4 actual parking spaces in front and it is really tight and somewhat difficult to get out of.
We managed to go when the Waterwall wasn't functioning. However, the visit was still an interesting one. I would consider going back if I were in the area and there was actually water in the Waterwall.
It's pretty average compared to other zoos that I have been to, but a good experience regardless. Parking is horrendous. As far as we could tell the "zoo" parking was shared with a popular park and after driving around for nearly 30 minutes we found some on street parking a few blocks away. We now realize that you can pay to park in several parking garages, but we are transplants and too dumb to figure out city life.
I've been twice and I enjoyed myself both times. There is so much to see and experience, especially when new exhibits arrive.
We can't wait to go back. With our toddler in the jogging stroller and our pup at our side we enjoyed a small fraction of what Brazos Bend has to offer. Next time we will get there a bit earlier so we can do some more exploring. Even with gators a few feet off the trails we felt safe. Great experience.
Very beautiful botanic garden with trails on the west side. West side is dog friendly but the botanic garden is not. If you want to see the latter then the pups will have to stay at home or you could make another trip like we did.