Hidden Garden StepsCurrently Open
- Address: 16th Ave, San Francisco, CA 94122, United States
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Phone: +1-4155546920
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 00:15 Mins
- Tags: Art And Culture, Walking Area, Family And Kids
Hidden Garden Steps - Review
Between Kirkham and Lawton streets at the golden gate heights, this148-step mosaic tile staircase extends the 16th Avenue. The project was initiated as an incentive to end the messy graffiti on the staircase. Communally funded and volunteer maintained, the steps are another symbol of San Franciscan’s love affair with their city. The largest figure on the steps are a 26-step long salamander, a striking figure. Also attractive are the butterflies and poppies.
How To reach Hidden Garden Steps by Public Transport
- Judah St & 16th Ave: Street car 10, Bus N-Owl.
- Bus 66 stop Lawton St & Lomita Ave.
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Hidden Garden Steps, San Francisco Reviews
These steps are a beautiful use of public space and especially representative of the San Francisco aesthetic. A garden of native California flora lies alongside the colorfully painted steps. Visit on a cloudless day and you'll be rewarded with a view overlooking the Inner Sunset and Golden Gate Park.
This is another set of mosaic steps in the Sunset neighborhood. These relatively brand new and beautiful steps are good looking with colorful design. Walking up and down the stairs will give you a good workout for the day. Since these steps are less well-known, there are less tourists there. Thus, you can easily have all these steps to yourself.
This place is a gem! The mosaic steps and surrounding gardens are beautiful. Definitely continue upwards to find the 16th Avenue Steps and Grandview Park.
It is really nice. Each set of stairs have a theme. It has been renovated not long ago as you can see in the pictures. Do not hesitate to go all the way up to go see the next set of stairs (tiles steps). Climb all the stairs because there is actually a lot to see all the way up that you would not see when you stay at the bottom.
Beautiful and we caught them with hardly anyone else on them! Unique, quirky and worth a see if you're in the area!