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Conservatory of Flowers, San Francisco

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4.2/5 based on 300+ reviews on the web
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  • $8 for this is excessive. It is very small, and there is nothing special. If you've already been in some botanical garden ever, almost certainly had more interest than this.
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  • Important to know it is always closed on Mondays. And it is always free on the first Tuesday of the month. This is a lovely place with five separate pavilions. It also had a bit part in the movie "Hea...  read more »
  • Very nice greenhouse. The building and its surroundings are spectacular. However the species in the interior are not so striking, there is little explanation. It would be interesting that they have at least one sector restored with cristalew and not fabric. The highest point is the small shop inside where they sell various objects and seeds for lovers of plants. Bevil (5 or 10 $) price considering that the visit does not last more than 15 minutes.
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  • Are you having a tough day? And in addition weather is foggy and gloomy. Then you are at the right place. This is the cheapest way I know to visit tropical forests for few hours and feel like you're somewhere in Hawaii or other place of your choice with tropical or subtropical climate. Being surrounded by so much Beauty will definitely lift your spirits up. In addition tickets here at very inexpensive
  • Totally worth a look at least once. As a non resident it is an $8 ticket and I almost balked since it would be $16 for my girl and I. Lets just say that after walking through the conservatory and seeing all the amazing plants, orchids and trees that the cost of admission was the last thing on our minds when we left.
  • The conserv is breathtaking. There are countless plants from all over the world beautifully displayed in the conservatory. I come here several times a year because I love it so much. Right now there is a cactus and succulent exhibit but in October or November they will bring back the butterfly exhibit. I always enjoy seeing the butterflies but I absolutely love the Western themed cactus and succulent exhibit that is up right now. I collect cacti and succulents and I was very impressed with amount of diversity of plants and with how many rare cacti and succulents they have.
  • This building and the surrounding area is picturesque - a stunningly beautiful place to spend an afternoon in the park. Inside the conservatory you can be transported to the jungle or the desert. The staff is delightful and well informed!
  • Wow, this place is filled to the brim beautiful flowers, trees, and ponds with the most amazing color palettes. The walkways get a bit narrow when transitioning from biome to biome but it's definitely worth the squeeze.
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