Golden Gate Park


Union Street Easter Parade
April 5, at 10 am-5 pm

San Francisco’s annual Spring Celebration & Easter Parade is not your average street fair or formal parade. It is best described as wonderful, wacky, elegant and fabulous, with everything from roller-blading cows and creative self-propelled mini-floats to garden areas, sophisticated fashions and beautiful classic and art car...

The famous Japanese Tea Garden is located in Golden Gate Park, near the band shell, the DeYoung Museum and the Academy of Sciences.

The Japanese Tea Garden originated as a one acre display at the California Midwinter International Exposition of 1894. Now 5 acres in all, it is the oldest public Japanese Garden in the United States. The cost is $3 to $7 to tour the grounds, however, if you arrive before 10 am on Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday the ad...

The Conservatory has announced that it has extended its "Butterflies and Blooms" exhibit through March 2014!   A must see as over 500 butterflies emerge from their cocoons every week and you can witness the event live.

The Conservatory of Flowers is located in Golden Gate Park.   Being built in 1878, the conservatory is not only the oldest building in Golden Gate Park, but  the oldest
is the oldest wood and glass conserv...