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Redwood Regional Park

Redwood Regional Park

5/515 Reviews
Forest
City Park
Golden Gate Park

Golden Gate ParkNearby City

4.6/5351 Reviews
City Park
Open all day (Local time)
One hundred and fifty years ago, this 1000-acre park was a windswept sand dune. To this day, its autumnal music festival, Outsidelands, is an homage to its former moniker. These days, you'll find the same serenity with a myriad of attractions -- art museums, a Japanese tea garden, a Shakespeare garden, even a buffalo paddock. Or, get active -- hike, ride horseback, learn archery or feed ducks at any one of three ponds. What Central Park is to New York, Golden Gate Park is to San Francisco. Stretching from the Panhandle to Ocean Beach, Golden Gate Park is over 1,000 acres of gardens, lakes, and cultural institutions. The deYoung art museum and family-friendly Academy of Sciences can be found near the Japanese Tea Garden, an elaborate maze of sculpted landscape leading up to a tea house. Rent a paddleboat at Stow Lake, or watch members of the San Francisco Model Yacht Club race their handmade boats around Spreckels Lake. While there are a number of homeless encampments throughout the grounds, it doesn't take away from the park's beauty. Just look at the Conservatory of Flowers, the blooming plantlife at the Botanicals Gardens, and the ocean views from the top floor of Beach Chalet.
Aquarium of the Bay

Aquarium of the BayNearby City

4.3/572 Reviews
Aquarium
The opening hours are different every day. For details, please visit the official website: http://www.aquariumofthebay.org/plan-a-visit/hourslocation (Local time)
Open seven days a week, Aquarium of the Bay at Pier 39 and the Embarcadero in San Francisco is an educational facility dedicated to the teaching about marine environments and inspiring conservation of the San Francisco Bay. The aquarium is home to sea lions, 100s of large fish species, sharks, and over 20,000 marine animals. Daily scheduled bat ray feeding teaches you how these animals are fed and special events throughout the year target student tours with lessons about the care of the tanks, the marine life, and the environment as a whole. Located at the Fisherman's Wharf, you are minutes away from dozens of dining and shopping choices both family friendly and geared to single adults.
San Francisco Zoo

San Francisco ZooNearby City

4.3/5101 Reviews
Zoo
Open all year round, from 10:00-17:00 every day, after 16:30, stop entering the park. Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult. (Local time)
The San Francisco Zoo is a medium sized zoo in San Francisco, California. The zoo is an urban oasis which serves as a home to just under three hundred species and multiple themed exhibits, like the extensive Insect Zoo. The zoo also has lovely and peaceful gardens which is full of native and foreign plants. The zoo also has entertainment features like the rides which would make the visitors happy.
Yerba Buena Gardens

Yerba Buena GardensNearby City

4.5/573 Reviews
City Park
Monday-Sunday 6:00-22:00 (Local time)
The Yerba Buena Gardens encompass two city blocks inside San Francisco. The peaceful Esplanade consists of 5 1/2 acres of flowers and majestic trees and meadows. Past a 50-foot waterfall stands the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial featuring the famous activist's carved image. You can pay tribute to Native Americans at the Ohlone Indian Memorial, and relax in the atmosphere of the Cho-En Butterfly Garden, where you can observe native varieties of butterflies. The rooftop area features ice skating, rides on a carousel, bowling and is a great choice for kids.
Children's Fairyland

Children's Fairyland

5/54 Reviews
Theme Park
Huntington Park

Huntington ParkNearby City

4.6/512 Reviews
City Park
San Francisco's Huntington Park is a beautifully manicured piece of land that sits atop Nab Hill, one of the city's most elegant and commercially intriguing neighborhoods. The park has a very strong charm emanating from the architectural landmarks that are located within and without, including the magnificent Grace Cathedral, the stunning replica of the 16th century Fountain of the Tortoises, and the historic Flood Mansion. If you have children, there is also a quaint playground for them to romp about on while you enjoy the scenery. And when you get hungry, there are always plenty of options just a few steps away at some of the city's finest dining.
San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park

San Francisco Maritime National Historical ParkNearby City

4.4/532 Reviews
Theme Park
If you are fascinated by ships or wish to learn more about San Francisco's maritime history, then you need to make a trip to the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park where you can enjoy and learn about the San Francisco's maritime history. You may explore the USS Pampanito submarine which was a part of the fleet that fought in the Pacific Ocean during World War II. You may also visit Eureka, a wooden-hulled ferry boat that was built in the year 1890. The library, contains 34,000 books dating back to the year 1536 which provides you the detailed insight on San Francisco's maritime heritage.
Conservatory of Flowers

Conservatory of FlowersNearby City

4.4/552 Reviews
Botanical Garden
Tuesday-Sunday 10:00-18:00, Monday is not open. Specific opening hours are recommended to refer to the official website: http://www.conservatoryofflowers.org/visit/hours (Local time)
The Conservatory of Flowers in Golden Gate Park is showcases five unique galleries: Lowland Tropics, Plotted Plant, Highland Tropics, Aquatic Plants, and a rotating special exhibit. Its clean, white building is the perfect background for wedding photos, and guided tours are accessible upon request.
San Francisco Botanical Garden

San Francisco Botanical GardenNearby City

4.6/549 Reviews
Botanical Garden
The opening time is 7:30. The specific closing time varies according to the season and stops entering the park one hour earlier. (Local time)
Take trek to the San Francisco Botanical Garden, you can walk through 55 sections of land of moving scene that is loaded up with in excess of 8,000 unique plants from around the world. Some plants are uncommon that they can not be found in their local living spaces. This 21 unique gardens all have their own particular subject.
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