You need strong legs to bike around here with a toddler seat. We did and I was sore for days. The park itself was beautiful with decent hotdog stands around.
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This place is rather small and there is little there to justify spending $9 per person to visit. Maybe the fall is not the best time to visit, but everything looked rather bland. Nothing jumped out at you as especially beautiful. Many of the plants...More
This park provides an ample opportunity for a wide range of activities. It's not an exaggeration to say there are innumerable things a person can see & do here, it would take you quite a prolonged period of time to do them all. It has...More
There is so much to do and see here--the museum, Academy of Sciences, Tea Garden, stow lake, etc that you should plan to spend at least a full day. Great restaurants surround the periphery of the park. Rent bikes for maximum mobility. Wouldn't skip this...More
Walked over from haight-ashbury and the street kids pour into the entrance of the park. The memorial in the park is peaceful but didn't spend much time in it as it was very underwhelming compared to Central Park in New York. Didn't like the roads...More
This place surprised me a lot. There are lots of free time activities for all ages. Spending a day there was a nice ending of our vacation!
You can walk in the park, go by bus, taxi, car or bicycle but whichever way you do you will just love it. There is so much to do hear and such variety. The park is a must if visiting a San Francisco.
We rented a bike to get to know this garden. You have plenty options of places to do so. Some very touristic, some bike stores, not that touristic, as our option. 8 dollars per hour. We spent 3 hours, but we went all the way...More
We enjoyed our morning spent walking around this park. As birders we were keen to find some birds and we did. The botanical garden was very interesting.