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Conservatory of Flowers

Benefit: Victorian Walking Tour
Regular Price: Adult AUD 13.78; Child AUD 9.19
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Attraction Highlights

  • Opened in 1879
  • Oldest public wood and glass greenhouse in North America
  • Oldest exisitng building in Golden Gate Park
  • National, State and City landmark
  • 1 of 3 Cloud Forest plant collections in the country
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Victorian Walking Tour


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Address 100 John F. Kennedy Drive San Francisco CA 94118
Phone 415-830-2090
Email: [email protected]
Work Hours Nov-March 15th 4pm - 10am
March 15th through Oct 10 am-6pm
Website http://www.conservatoryofflowers.org

What to expect

This one-hour special Group experience includes access to the historic Conservatory of Flowers and a roaming Conservatory Docent. Enjoy an introduction on the Palm Terrace where the Docent will offer a brief history and transport visitors to the Victorian era when the Conservatory first opened and an overview of the Conservatory galleries and special exhibitions. After, the group will be escorted into the Conservatory to leisurely enjoy the galleries and exhibitions at their own pace.

Things to look out for

In the steamy, lush jungles of the Conservatory of Flowers, a light rain falls on the canopy of majestic palms. An enormous kapok tree lies on the forest floor while brightly colored orchids and falling water cascade around it. Coffee berries, cacao pods, and tropical fruits hang heavily from branches, and the sweet fragrance of jasmine and Stanhopea orchids mingle in the air.

Helpful Tips

The streets which surround the Conservatory are John F. Kennedy Drive (south) and Conservatory Drive (north, west and east). Though most parking is free within Golden Gate Park, spaces can be limited and there are time limits, usually 3 to 4 hours.
Address 100 John F. Kennedy Drive San Francisco CA 94118
Phone 415-830-2090
Work Hours Nov-March 15th 4pm - 10am
March 15th through Oct 10 am-6pm
Website http://www.conservatoryofflowers.org