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Golden Gate Park

San Francisco Golden Gate Park Vast in scope and size, Golden Gate Park stretches over 1,000 acres from east to west, reaching nearly all the way to the Pacific Ocean. Visitors could easily spend several days exploring the park’s museums and attractions. One of the most popular is the Music Concourse, a beautiful place to sit and relax with a picnic, whether or not live performances are underway in the art nouveau band shell. Flanking the Concourse are the de Young Museum, the Japanese Tea Garden, and the California Academy of Sciences. The de Young is home to an impressive art collection, and the wonderful café serving a full menu of lunch items is accessible to the public without having to pay museum admission. The Japanese Tea Garden is home to a gorgeous garden as well as teahouse serving delightful snacks and green tea. Other wonderful Golden Gate Park attractions include the Conservatory of Flowers, the Koret Children’s Center playground, and the Carousel.

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