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San Francisco Botanical Garden

An urban oasis within Golden Gate Park boasting over 8,000 plants from around the world amidst 55 acres of landscaped gardens and open spaces.

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The San Francisco Botanical Garden is a must-visit destination for any botanic garden enthusiast. Situated within Golden Gate Park, this 55-acre garden boasts over 8,000 varieties of plants from around the world. Visitors can enjoy stunning displays of rare and exotic flora, including towering redwoods, magnolias, orchids, and more. With a diverse array of landscapes and habitats to explore, this garden is truly one of the world's most beautiful botanic gardens.

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San Francisco Botanical Garden Guides

  • Day Trip - Golden Gate Park

    michele (Michele Humeston)
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    michele (Michele Humeston)
    Springtime in California is one of my favorite times of the year. Living in Northern California I'm fortunate to be only 15 mins away from Fioli's. If you are ever in the Bay Area it's a must see location.
  • World's Most Beautiful Botanic Gardens

    seeker (Seeker Editors)
    Spend time engulfed in an awe-inspiring atmosphere that originates from being surrounded by massive amounts of carefully looked after plants. We wandered the sprawling grounds of plentiful flowers at The Royal Botanical Garden in England and sweat beneath the Arizona sun admiring oddly shaped cacti at the Desert Botanical Garden. Whether it's the aesthetic zen of rock gardens in Japan or well-kept orchard collections in Singapore, we chose a selection of our favorite gardens so you can have a safe bet for your itinerary.