Golden Gate Park, San Francisco

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Golden Gate Park, San Francisco - Address, Phone Number

Address: 501 Stanyan St, San Francisco, CA 94117, United States

Phone: +1-4158312700

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About Golden Gate Park, San Francisco

Sister to New York’s Central Park, this park just might have more to boast about than it’s northern counterpart. It’s creation was a strenuous and long project taking almost over 10 years before it grew into it’s morden look. Over the years, various additions have only enriched every visitor’s experience here. These include the Music Concourse (a scenic, open air plaza cum concert ground), the De Young museum of Fine Arts, the Academy of Sciences (the world’s greenest museum), a beautiful 5 acre Japanese Tea Garden, a Conservatory of Flowers, the AIDS Memorial Grove, the Polo Fields and a number of windmills. It’s like stepping into a different world. Make sure you’ve checked out before hand any and all events that might be happening here.

San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park is an expansive park of unmatchable beauty and with various different attractions spread over its area. Though Golden Gate Park ticket price itself is free of charge, there are however separate tickets for Golden Gate Park attractions inside the premises. You can either buy tickets for Golden Gate Park in a combo package or get them individually. Other Golden Gate Park tickets for various attractions can also be purchased in separate tour packages from our ticketing portal for convenience.

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Golden Gate Park Ticket Prices

  • Free admission to park grounds.
  • Admission for Nightlife Thursdays - $10 for members, $12 for non-members.
  • Attractions within the park have variable ticket prices.

Golden Gate Park Opening and Closing Hours

  • Members’ Hours- Tuesdays (8:30 - 9:30 am) and Sundays (10:00 - 11:00 am)
  • Special Hours: Thursday Nightlife Hours: 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm.
  • Attraction timings may vary.

How To reach Golden Gate Park by Public Transport

  • Stanyan St
  • Light rail N, bus N-OWL, 28, 28R, 91, NX.

Restaurants Near Golden Gate Park

  • The Moss Room
  • de Yound Cafe
  • Park Chalet

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  • Just an amazing place to explore and explore again. There is no shortage of things to do from museums to separate parks and man-made lakes. Most trails are paved which makes for easy walking. There are also a variety of activities to part-take on the weekends including swing dancing or roller skating! The park is also closed to car traffic on weekends to give people and families a chance to just relax from the hubbub of the city.

  • Always great to go for a walk and watch the soccer game and take your dog we are so lucky that we live next to Golden Gate Park. It's true that most people are living in the park and you have to avoid them but that's part of life in the city. Overall I think the Golden Gate Park spintastic with the museum in the center and the soccer fields up by Beach Chalet in Stow Lake when you can take a paddle boat. On Saturday as they closed in on Martin Luther King and you can walk along that road or even rent a bike if you want to.

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  • I'm sure there are enough reviews on the Golden Gate bridge. I don't need to add another positive review to it. However, this certainly was one of the highlights on my very first visit to SF. The bridge has a walking area for people to walk or bike. The place is easy to reach by city bus or taxi. Stop at the visitors center to learn about the history of the bridge. Quite fascinating.

  • There's something for everyone: a quiet stroll through the park, a pleasurable bike ride (there are bike rental places at the park) or a quick run. The park is really huge, so you don't end up going in circles. And then of course you have the Japanese Garden and the De Young Museum and and and.... Definitely something not to be missed

  • An assortment of shops that occupy what was once known as the Auto Mall where several auto dealerships came together Under One roof to provide a one stop shopping experience for your driving please. Before that, it was the home of the White Front department store. From the earliest days, this historical site was once the home of the San Francisco Giants baseball team when it was better known as Seal Stadium.

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