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RecommendationSan Francisco's entrepreneurs recommend exploring the Conservatory of Flowers as part of Dirt Road Travels' San Francisco, California city guide. They love the botanical gardens and greenhouses at 100 John F Kennedy Dr in Golden Gate Park.

San Francisco, California

Conservatory of Flowers

"An incredible greenhouse filled with beautiful flowers."

Recommendations:
Golden Gate Park
The De Young Museum
Photos of San Francisco

Conservatory of Flowers

"An incredible greenhouse filled with beautiful flowers."

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Recommended by:
Tom Stewart
  
Founder, Sunski Sunglasses

Tom's Take

"There's a beautiful botanical garden in Golden Gate Park that is maintained by the San Francisco Parks Department that are wonderful to walk through. There is a huge dahlia garden and the Conservatory of Flowers, which is this incredible green house structure that is just filled with beautiful flowers."

Walk through Golden Gate Park Walk the Length of the Golden Gate Bridge Get Cultured at The De Young Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco

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Golden Gate Park
"The hippy ethos still lives on in that bubble around Golden Gate Park."
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The De Young Museum
"A true masterpiece of a building."
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Photos of San Francisco
"Photos of pristine waters, massive bridges and gorgeous rolling hills."
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Conservatory of Flowers
"An incredible greenhouse filled with beautiful flowers."
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