San Francisco Botanical Garden
73 locals recommend ·
Why locals recommend it
The Redwood Trail in Golden Gate Park’s San Francisco Botanical Gardens lets you meander through the giant redwoods, some of the tallest living things on earth. They’re only in a small area of the world, so it’s worth a visit to walk among these giants. Although young for their species, these redwoods are over 100 years old. You can download a free audio tour of the Redwood Trail on the Botanical Gardens’ website.
Tips from locals
July 25, 2019
Beautiful gardens, located in Golden Gate Park (combine a visit with the Conservatory of Flowers Victorina greenhouse, and DeYoung Museum Viewing Tower, as is a short walk.)
Lovely place to walk around and see the beautiful gardens in the middle of a city.
Travel the World in 55 Acres Escape to a unique urban oasis of extraordinary beauty at San Francisco Botanical Garden, showcasing nearly 9,000 different kinds of plants from around the world.
San Francisco Botanical Garden is a living museum within Golden Gate Park, offering 55 acres of both landscaped gardens and open spaces, showcasing nearly 9,000 different kinds of plants from around the world. The plants are from many different parts of the world and offer different flowers and…
More than 7,500 varieties of flowers from around the world fill the 55 acres of the San Francisco Botanical Gardens, a place locals still refer to as Strybing Arboretum, with vibrant colors and scents. It is the largest garden of its kind on the West Coast and quite a sight! Fee to enter.