San Francisco Botanical Gardens in San Francisco

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One of the largest botanical gardens on the west coast, the Botanical Gardens cover 55 acres with thousands of varieties of plants from around the world and multiple specialized gardens and miles of trails (seriously, the place is huge). One of the most unique attractions is the Redwood Trail, which runs through a naturalistic redwood forest reminiscent of the ones north of San Francisco along the Californian coast. There is also a bookstore and library on the premises, near the main entrance. F
Price: Free
Hours: M-F 8AM-4:30PM, Sa-Su and Holidays 10AM-5PM
Address: main entrance on 9th Avenue just north of Lincoln Way, secondary entrance at the Friend Gate at MLK Drive and Hagiwara Tea Garden Drive
Phone: +1 415 564-3239
Url: http://www.sfbotanicalgarden.org

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