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Golden Gate Park

Golden Gate Park

Daily. Closed (except for through traffic) 10pm-6am
Fell and Stanyan Streets, San Francisco, 94118

The Basics

Sitting between the Richmond and Sunset districts, Golden Gate Park stretches about 50 blocks across San Francisco. Stop by the de Young Museum and the California Academy of Sciences at the Music Concourse, or pay a visit to the Conservatory of Flowers, Japanese Tea Garden, San Francisco Botanical Garden, Shakespeare Garden, National AIDS Memorial Grove, and Stow Lake.

Farther west, the park spreads out with more trails, a 9-hole golf course, meadows that host annual music festivals, windmills, and even a bison paddock. Park Segway tours and bike rentals are the top ways to explore.

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Golden Gate Park Segway Tour - Easy to learn then 2.5 hours of gliding fun
Golden Gate Park Segway Tour - Easy to learn then 2.5 hours of gliding fun
$79.00 per adult
Traveler Favorite
A++ great time
We had a great time. Devin did a great job guiding the tour with fun facts! Instructions were easy and made us all laugh during the learning process. Great family fun!!
Marcus_S, Jun 2022

Recent reviews from experiences in San Francisco

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Bucket list item
Tom_S, May 2022
Golden Gate Park Segway Tour - Easy to learn then 2.5 hours of gliding fun
I lived in the Bay Area for 15 years but on a surprise day off where I wasn’t sure what to do, I was glad I thought of a Segway tour and one through the gorgeous and glorious golden gate park. The park is vast and full of many different type of landscapes. Going through the park on a Segway also gave it some additional fun and excitement. I would HIGHLY recommend this tour to anyone, and Hopefully I can do it again someday. Also, the staff was very friendly and helpful. 5 stars
star-5
Amazing and totally worth it!
Casey_G, Jun 2022
Golden Gate Bridge Electric Bike Rentals
Okay definitely worth the cost!! and the electric bike vs. regular. i’m pretty athletic and biking up those hills and to sausalito was TOUGH. although i’d check with the company directly because the info on viator was inaccurate.
star-5
A lot of fun, easy way to spend an afternoon
Carolyn_M, May 2022
Golden Gate Park Segway Tour - Easy to learn then 2.5 hours of gliding fun
Totally fun day in the park. The Segways were fun to ride, and pretty easy to learn. (I'm a klutz, and managed nicely.) Instructions were easy to follow. Radios were a bit hard to hear at points, but I usually brought up the rear so might just have been my place in line. Only suggestion? It will be chilly in the shade, wear more clothes than you think you will need!
star-5
Great experience
Amanda_H, Apr 2022
Golden Gate Bridge Bike Rentals
Christian was very helpful and the bikes were in full working order and comfortable to ride. Great way to see the city!
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Cool ride
Tiago_F, Mar 2022
Golden Gate Bridge Bike Rentals
Great price for a great day! It was very easy to book and it turned out to be much cheaper Booking online
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Fantastic tour with a great guide!
John_B, May 2022
Golden Gate Park Segway Tour - Easy to learn then 2.5 hours of gliding fun
Easily one of the most fun experiences we had in San Francisco! Devin was a hilarious and informative guide! We could not have asked for a better teacher. We will definitely go on another tour next time!
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Fun tour
Bijal_D, Jan 2022
Golden Gate Park Segway Tour - Easy to learn then 2.5 hours of gliding fun
Our guide, johannas was engaging and fun! Fun guided tour. The segways were easy to use and were able to see most of the attractions from golden gate park.
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Johannes was great and it...
Andrea_H, May 2022
Golden Gate Park Segway Tour - Easy to learn then 2.5 hours of gliding fun
Johannes was great and it was the perfect way to see the park for the first time. Will book again to explore the west side.
star-4
Great family day
Oscar, Jul 2021
Golden Gate Bridge Electric Bike Rentals
Amazing excursion on our own to Sausalito. Highly recommended. I recommend to arrive early to unlimited biking. Non organized. Our e bikes were already rented to other customer despite I booked 2 weeks in advance and prepaid. I needed more than one hour to obtain my bikes and thanks to the kind Mexican mechanic who fix a couple os “out of order” for me after the manager just told “other guy came earlier paying full fare in cash”…
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A great way to experience Golden Gate Park!
Robert_H, Apr 2022
Golden Gate Park Segway Tour - Easy to learn then 2.5 hours of gliding fun
We had a great time! It was our first time riding a Segway and after their very thorough instruction, it was incredibly easy and fun! The tour was nothing short of amazing. Coming from Nevada, where everything is brown, we loved the lush landscape. Our tour guide Zach was fun, kind and very knowledgeable.
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Golden Gate Park
Andreas_S, Aug 2019
Private Segway Tour through Golden Gate Park - 3 hours with your own guide
We took the tour with KELLY. So well educated! He kowns a lot, really! And the pace he set was perfect THANK YOU !!
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Super orientation to the area!
JeffB, May 2021
3HR Golden Gate Bridge and Golden Gate Park GoCar Tour
My recommendation is to get this in EARLY in your trip to SF. There is prob no better way to see more, faster and to get a great overview of the area for things to might way to spend more time on. With just a few short stops, we were a little hard pressed on the 3-hour tour but, I am not sure I want to spend too much more time sitting in them. From the inside, the GoCar is a little noisier than I would like but, that is more of a sitting-inside-it perspective as they aren't really that loud. It would be nice to have a 30sec rewind or a say-that-again button on the digital tour guide... so, play attention when she is talking. You can really cover a lot of ground in these things and the overview of the area is fantastic. I recommend the 3 or 4 hour tour to allow for more flexibility and seeing everything.
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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Free street parking is available around the park in some locations, and there's a parking garage near the de Young and California Academy of Sciences.

  • John F. Kennedy Drive is closed on Sundays and holidays from Kezar Drive to Transverse Drive. It’s also closed on Saturdays from April through September from 8th Avenue to Transverse Drive.

  • Roads inside the park close occasionally for special events; signs will be posted.

  • Food and drinks can be found at the de Young Café, the Beach Chalet, the California Academy Café, and the Stow Lake Boathouse, as well as at snack stands.

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How to Get There

The No. 5 bus on the city’s Muni network stops at entrances to the park on the northern edge, along Fulton Street. Taxis and ride-sharing vehicles are allowed to pull up in front of the de Young and California Academy of Sciences for drop-off only.

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Trip ideas

An Exploratorium Exhibit Developer's Guide to San Francisco

An Exploratorium Exhibit Developer's Guide to San Francisco


When to Get There

San Francisco enjoys mild weather most of the year, so the park is pleasant nearly every day (just be sure to wear layers). Music lovers may want to visit for the annual Outside Lands Music Festival in August or the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival in October. Beware the city’s famous fog, affectionately known as Karl, which rolls in from the ocean in July and August, giving San Francisco its chilly summers.

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The Golden Gate Park Bison Paddock

The most unusual thing about this city park is its bison paddock, home to a herd of American bison since the 1890s. Stumbling upon the animals is a delightful surprise for many visitors who make it to the western section of the park. To find the meadow, head along John F. Kennedy Drive just west of Spreckels Lake. Hopefully you’ll catch them near the fence, but know that they’re not always in view.

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