Two big attractions in Golden Gate Park might become free for San Francisco residents

San Francisco Mayor London Breed wants to make admission to Golden Gate Park's Conservatory of Flowers and Japanese Tea Garden free for all city residents. City residents would then pay no admission to any of Golden Gate Park's three specialty...

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gulbronson
gulbronson
101 · 5 days ago · Reddit

This would make the conservatory of flowers and tea gardens free for SF residents like the botanical gardens. BoS is set to vote on it at the end of the month.

ChefRegalBeagle
ChefRegalBeagle
39 · 5 days ago · Reddit

When I was growing up they were both free. You had to pay to go in the Tea House. The zoo was also free.

LittleOrangeCat
LittleOrangeCat
35 · 5 days ago · Reddit

This is great. I love that the botanical garden is free, I go there a lot.

AirReddit77
AirReddit77
9 · 5 days ago · Reddit

That's just great! Conservatory AND the Japanese Tea Garden!

Breed is just trying to distract us from her appalling policies with bread and circuses, but I'm delighted anyway.

nmxta
nmxta
9 · 5 days ago · Reddit

This would be awesome. I remember reading that they were trying to unify pricing among the three (botanical gardens, tea garden, conservatory) but I thought that meant they were going to start charging residents for the botanical gardens instead

rikomatic
rikomatic
6 · 5 days ago · Reddit

Japanese Tea Gardens are already free I believe if you go early on a weekday, I believe? But of course free all the time would be awesome.