San Francisco's Golden Gate Park is home to two world-renowned gardens. Here, you can seek refuge from city life and immerse yourself in nature without leaving the city at all.
San Francisco Botanical Garden
Explore the secret life of plants at the San Francisco Botanical Garden. Covering 55 acres, the garden is home to more than 55,000 species of plants. The unique weather conditions of the Bay Area render this attraction unlike any other. Guests can find peace within the immaculate gardens and learn about the plants and their surroundings in one of the park's outdoor classrooms. The beauty of the park and the enthusiasm of its caretakers are sure to make a lasting impression on every visitor.
Japanese Tea Garden
Visitors from around the world travel to the Japanese Tea Garden to admire what is the oldest garden of its kind in the whole country. Find tranquility among the many sculptures and bridges on this five-acre patch of ornate landscaping. Walk along the stepping stone paths while admiring springtime cherry blossom trees, and make sure to sip on a relaxing cup of tea in the Tea House before exiting this peaceful wonderland. The garden is open year-round, even on holidays.