The Conservatory of Flowers in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco offers free admission every first Tuesday of every month. And if you’re a resident of San Francisco City or San Francisco County, you can get a break on the price, and so can seniors, kids, and college students.
The exotic plant collection is stunning, and so is the building, which is the oldest in all of Golden Gate Park, and the oldest municipal wooden conservatory left standing in the United States.
The Conservatory of Flowers is a greenhouse and botanical garden that houses a collection of rare and exotic plants in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, California. he Conservatory of Flowers is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the California Register of Historical Places, is a California Historical Landmark, and a San Francisco Designated Landmark.
WHAT: Conservatory of Flowers is free on the first Tuesday of every month.
DISCOUNTS: San Francisco residents get $3 off at the door. So do Seniors/Youths/College Students. Kids 4 and younger get in free.
- $8 for Adults, or $5 for Adults with proof of San Francisco residency
- $5 for Youth ages 12-17, Seniors age 65 & over, and College Students with ID
- $2 for Children ages 5-11
- Free for Children ages 4 and under
WHEN: Open Tuesday – Sunday: 10am – 4:30pm (Last entry is at 4pm). Monday: Closed, except Memorial Day and Labor Day.
WHERE: Golden Gate Park, 501 Stanyan Street, San Francisco, CA.
SAVVY TIP: Ask about the current discounts available to all San Francisco City and County residents with proof of residency.
OTHER WAYS TO SAVE:
- Go San Francisco & Build Your Own Passes — If you’re visiting more than one San Francisco museum or attraction in a month’s time, check out the Go City Cards. One lets you visit as many as you want — or as few as two — and save 30% to 55% on each visit. Conservatory of Flowers is included in both.
ALSO SEE: The full list of SF Bay Area Attractions with Free Admission Days.