Visit us at the southeast corner of Golden Gate Park. The main entrance is at 9th Ave. at Lincoln Way; additional entrance on MLK Jr. Dr. off the Music Concourse.
We are open year-round, 365 days a year, starting at 7:30am. Closing time changes with the seasons.
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Members of the press wishing to visit San Francisco Botanical Garden should contact the publicist to inquire about waived admission fees, interviews and other press considerations.
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Fall at SFBG: From the turning of the maple leaves in the Moon Viewing Garden to the alluring bloom of the Mesoamerican Cloud Forest, San Francisco Botanical Garden is the place to enjoy both the traditional and unexpected colors of fall.
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Mesoamerican Cloud Forest
Pianos planted all over S.F. Botanical Garden
SF Botanical Garden Sets Garden to Music for 75th Anniversary
Come Play a Piano in the San Francisco Botanical Gardens
Pianos Flower in the San Francisco Botanical Garden
The 9 Best Pianos In Golden Gate Park
Strange plants, fun performers at Botanical Garden party
SF Botanical Garden 75th Celebration
SF Botanical Garden in Golden Gate Park celebrates 75 years with free community celebration, May 31
Seeds: Two garden events in the Bay Area worth the drive
JoSon's modern tools illuminate traditional art in 'Fotanicals'
Photography Exhibition Reveals the Secret Language of Flowers
Escapes: Blooming magnolias in Golden Gate Park
How Technology Saves the World's Plants
San Francisco Botanical Garden's Spring Wildflower Explosion
20 Things to do in San Francisco this Spring
See Romance in Bloom at the San Francisco Botanical Garden
Photography Exhibit Displays Trees in Their Best Light
Film, Video, and Photo Production
All commercial film, video or photo production on Recreation and Park Department property requires a Film Permit.