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Welcome to San Francisco Botanical Garden, one of the most diverse gardens in the world. The Botanical Garden is a living museum within Golden Gate Park, offering 55 acres of both landscaped gardens and open spaces, showcasing over 8,500 different...more
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By chance we happened to be there on a free day. The botanical garden is very spacious and beautiful. There are 2 entrances to this place. I like to use the map so that I do not backtrack to the same site and that is...More
Just $9 to get in to these huge gardens with some really interesting specimens from across the world. Don’t expect glass houses in these gardens - the temperate climate does however allow for a huge range of planting from the African Cape to the Tree...More
Although we have visited SF many times, we had never been to this gem. Plants and trees from many places around the world-so much to see and enjoy. We will definitely return when in the area. We do suggest that people bring a picnic lunch...More
Not a bad place to go with an hour to kill in Golden Gate Park. Perhaps we'd been spoilt by Butchart Gardens in Vancouver, a few days before - but was a little lack lustre, and certainly nothing on Kew Gardens or similar places we've...More
Visiting Haight-Ashbury (which found to be tired and scruffy) so extended walk out into Golden Gate Park and visited the Botanical Gardens - pleasant stroll around the gardens which was interesting relaxing and peaceful.
Maybe I'm spoiled by having access to the Bronx botanical garden and other nice gardens but we felt this was a little on the small side. It was pretty and we liked the redwood Grove and fragrance garden. Some of the other sections were just...More
This is a hidden gem of San Francisco. These gardens are peaceful, beautiful and depending on your timing, you can often have them all to yourself. A great way to recharge your psychic batteries! Astoundingly, there is also free and abundant parking...a true rarity in...More
The experience was breathtaking -- especially the Garden of Frangrances!! My best treat was visiting succulent gardens, such huge succulents ever grown. The eucalyptus grove was peaceful and serene. It requires a lot of walking but it's worth every bit of the $9 entrance fee....More