National Aids Memorial Grove69 Votes Currently Open [Closes at 10:00 pm]
- Address: Nancy Pelosi Dr, San Francisco, CA 94122, United States
- Timings: 05:00 am - 10:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-4157650497
- Time Required: 00:30 Mins
- Tags: Park
The Grove is maintained by the community of those touched by the AIDS epidemic. It’s a place where people find spiritual healing and solidarity. Rhododendron flowers and redwood trees create a serene if sombre spot. It is maintained and gardened by volunteers. There are four major sections:
- The Circle of Friend - A small circular stone plaza, in which is inscribed the names of those touched by the disease.
- In the middle of the Grove is a sunny meadow.
- The fern grotto
- The circle of Peace
National Aids Memorial Grove Travel Tips
- Wheelchair accessible.
- Large groups would have to pay for events. Contact the administration.
How to Reach National Aids Memorial Grove
- Bus 33 stop Stanyan St & Oak St
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National Aids Memorial Grove Reviews & Ratings
Probably one of the most quiet and tranquil parts of Golden Gate Park, this is where you go to do lunch with your lady or man. The small redwoods area is amazing. The grass area is medium sized and flat and a good spot to chill. Up further leads to some small trails going uphill next to a tiny but really beautiful and quaint stream. Like I said if you want to relax and meditate, this is a good choice.
the AIDS Memorial Grove settled in the Golden Gate Park serves as a dedication to all the victims of the illness and aims to ease the pain left behind for supporters, husbands, wives, children, and best friends. With this inspirational plot of trees, flowers, rocks, memorials, meadows, and additional overwhelming scenes of natural beauty, visitors come to seek strength, share stories, and create memories that heal.
Beautifully spectacular trails plants and monuments dedicated to the great cause and individuals in The help. Great place to go for a walk in this hidden gem in the city
Beautiful tribute for those who lost their lives due to AIDS related illness. Quiet and thoughtful remembrance. Easily accessible
A beautiful and thoughtful place to remember loved ones.