Top 5 things to check out at the Golden Gate Park

The Golden Gate Park is truly San Francisco’s greatest treasures. You can spend an entire day exploring the park and not get bored. The park covers a whopping 1,017 acres giving it plenty of space to include its beautiful gardens, lakes, wildlife, venues and much more. So let’s get started!

1. California Academy of Sciences

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Do you ever feel like going to a an aquarium, planetarium, or museum but can’t decide which one to go to? Well, now you can visit all three at the California Academy of Sciences.

 

 

2. Japanese Tea Garden

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It’s the perfect place to relax, have some tea, view landscapes, sculptures, ponds, and architecture.

 

 

3. De Young Museum

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You’ll have visible access to artistic pieces, paintings, and cultural displays from around the world.

 

 

 

4. Conservatory of Flowers

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The vibrant colors and beauty of exotic flowers will surely take your breath away.

 

 

5. Koret Children’s Quarter

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AKA the location of the historic carousel.

 

 

 

The Golden Gate Park is a world of its own, and in all honesty, it’s an absolutely amazing world.

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