Living Museum in Golden Gate Park
100 JFK Dr
(eastern end of Golden Gate Park)
San Francisco, CA 94118
+1 415 831 2090
Housing many rare orchids, palms, bromeliads, and the occasional carnivorous plant, San Francisco's Conservatory of Flowers is no mere greenhouse. The brilliant white of this massive Victorian structure, itself surrounded by colorful gardens of Dahlia, virtually jumps out and demands your attention as you roam through Golden Gate Park. Examine over 2000 types of rare, prehistoric, and exotic plants in the permanent collection, or check out one of their latest exhibits. As opposed to the verdant collections that surround it, the Conservatory is a meeting of nature's beauty framed by one of the finest aesthetic buildings in San Francisco.
Nearest Train or Bus:
MUNI BUS: 5, 7, 21, 33, 44, 71, or the MUNI-Metro N-Judah streetcar.
Best Modes of Transportation: Automobile/Car Bicycle Bus Taxi Walking
Notes: On Sundays and all major holidays, Golden Gate Park closes many of its roads to all vehicle traffic. Plan on walking in or taking public transport if visiting on these days.
Parking Availability: Yes
Average Price per Hour: $0-$5
Notes: Though most parking is free within Golden Gate Park, spaces can be limited, and there are time limits, usually three to four hours. On Sundays, Golden Gate Park closes many of its roads to cars. Parking is also available at the Music Concourse Garage o
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