This was my favorite part of this trip to Cali....So many beautiful flowers and plants.. and the butterfly garden was fabulous.. Frank was very kind and informational .. Fun to have butterfly's land on you!!
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A wonderful respite in the Golden Gate park, very photogenic. If you have time and love orchids and other plants this is a great place to spent a couple hours to admire their beauty and relax.
Inexpensive exhibit of the variety of orchids. Not very crowded, great lilly pond, a bit warm and humid but that's what the plants need. Easy access, no steps, and there are a few benches inside. Very large Dahlia garden just outside to the East.
Attention Canadians: This Conservatory was built in the mid-1800s from a kit that was ordered from the Lord & Burnham greenhouse company. It was one of their first structures. One of Lord & Burnham's last structures was the glass parts of the National Gallery of...More
We took advantage of the Free admission on the 1st Tuesday in June. There was a short wait to get in on the free day, it wasn't longer than 15 minutes. Spent about half an hour wandering thru the two main wings. It is a...More
This Victorian-era glass greenhouse has more than 2,000 species of plants & flowers. This is a historic building located in Golden Gate Park. I have enjoyed the many exhibitions and special events.
If you can get to Golden Gate Park after dark, there is a fabulous light show of images projected on the majestic Conservatory of Flowers, inspired by the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the summer of love. The crowd that visits is part of...More
The conservatory is smaller than I thought it was going to be, especially with the construction in one section, but the butterfly garden exhibit was amazing. You do have to pay around $10/adult to get in but if you enjoy nature I would recommend it.
This place has so many different plants and flowers, it's pretty amazing. Be sure to catch a tour guide as they will be much more informing that going around on your own. You can do that too later, but having someone explain really helped a...More
Flowers were amazing. There are some HUGE plants here that were very impressive. Even my husband (who could care less about plants) enjoyed it. I thought the butterfly garden was nice (I have seen much better ones) - but no complaints as it is always...More