Go inside! This beautiful Victorian greenhouse in Golden Gate Park houses a "living museum" full of rare and tropical plants and flowers.
So many kinds of orchids you won't believe! Incredible!
Perfect way to spend an afternoon. Free on first Tuesdays of the month.
Free admission on the first Tuesday of the month!
It's a small space but packed with plants. Bring a friend who knows a lot about plants to get the best experience
Smell everything. There are flowers that smells like coconut, grape, bubblegum, and vanilla.
A beautiful paradise, well worth the price of admission. Wonderful way to spend an afternoon.
There is a small fee for entrance.
Amazing and a must visit if you enjoy nature. Rare orchids and tropical plants.
Gorgeous happy plants :D
In 1995, after a severe storm w/ 100 mph winds damaged the structure, shattering 40% of the glass, and had to be closed again. It was cautiously dissected for repairs & finally reopened in Sept. 2003
It survived the earthquake of 1906 only to suffer another fire in 1918. In 1933 it was declared unsound and closed to the public, only to be reopened in 1946.
A group of San Franciscans bought it and offered it to the city, and erected in GGPark and opened publicly in 1879. In 1883, a boiler exploded and the main dome caught fire. It had to be restored
This is one of the world's largest conservatories built of traditional wood & glass panes. It was prefabricated for James Lick for his Santa Clara estate but was still in crates when he died in 1876
Open from 10 am to 4 pm -- closed Mondays!
Gorgeous building inside and out, your San fransisco visit isn't complete without stroll here!
Very beautiful place. They dont accept dogs.
Beatiful building with lovely grounds.
The price is more than reasonable for all the beauty you will find inside
so pretty♥ butterfly zone is must n mini garden railroad is so cute ;) they have many rare plants, check them out!
Don't touch these they will eat your arm. Very hot and humid here so be prepared.
Jared And I doing our seasonal visit. Always different!
Feed me Seymore! CHOMP!
San Francisco residents get $5 admission with ID.
Free on first Tuesday of the month!
A really fun day activity in Golden gate park! Only $5 with a student ID
Dress in layers it can be warm inside.
This place always makes me wonder why anyone would willingly move out of California.
If you're planning to visit this and the de Young Museum on the free first Tuesdays of the month, come here first due to the smaller facility there's likely a line to get in
Closed on Mondays
Dress in layers when it's chilly out - it is pretty hot & humid inside. Don't miss the butterflies!
Check out the Blooms and Butterflies Exhibit and leave with a sense of awe and wonder.
They don't allow strollers inside
Free docent tours on the hour.
Free on the first Tuesday of the month
Love the photo booth at the back! :)
Free on the first Tuesday of the month!
Kids will live to push the buttons and hear roars
Get married here. I did and it was FANTASTIC <3
LOOK AT THE BEAUTIFULL FLOWERES
Take the tour! Really interesting.
Beautiful place. Flowers and plants are just amazing. Walk through the various greenhouses is quite an experience. Current exhibit it Wicked Plants, very well done and lots of interesting information.
pretty flowers and fun plants
Check out the opera singers under the bridge!