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Make the most of your Golden Gate Park visit! Explore hidden gems and discover park lore on a Golden Gate Park Segway Tour or Boat Rental! Rental! See exotic plants at the Botanical Garden, Garden, Conservatory of Flowers, Flowers, or Japanese Tea Garden. Garden. Step into the California Academy of Sciences or the de Young Museum for hands-on exhibits and hours of fun. McLaren Lodge Recreation & Park Dept Office (415) 831-2700 Pioneer Log Cabin Permits & Reservations Office (415) 831-5500 Golden Gate Golf Course Clubhouse (415) 751-8987 /sfrecpark ©2018-19 MapWest. All Rights Reserved. No reproduction of this document in part or whole may occur without written permission from the publisher. Every effort has been made to verify the accuracy of all information.

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1 Mile Golden Gate Park transformed from inhospitable sand dunes to today’s green oasis thanks to the efforts of engineer William Hammond Hall. William Hall coaxed life out of the barren sand dunes by planting grasses, shrubs, and finally trees at the Western end of the Park. This wind break allowed the development of the remainder of the Park, and the rest is history!

• Golden Gate Park’s 1,017 acres are built upon reclaimed sand dunes once referred to as the “Outside Lands,” covering an area larger than Central Park!

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• The Park served as a tent filled refugee camp for more than 40,000 survivors of the 1906 earthquake.

John McLaren, horticulturist and Park superintendent, envisioned the Park as a pastoral setting where city residents could escape the clamor of industrial life. McLaren opposed including statues and buildings in the Park’s natural setting, but the Midwinter International Exposition of 1894 brought the exhibits and cultural attractions the city residents desired. These museums, sculptures and attractions have become permanent fixtures of the Park and create today’s world-famous cultural destination.

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• During the Midwinter International Exposition of 1894 the Japanese Tea Garden was the first place in the U.S. to serve a “fortune cookie” • The Park was once home to zebras, peacocks, ostriches,

and California’s last grizzly bear, Monarch. Monarch is on display at the California Academy of Science and served as the model for the bear on California’s State Flag. • The Shakespeare Garden only features plants and flowers mentioned in William Shakespeare’s works. • The Dutch Windmill at the Northwestern end of the park once pumped up to 1.5 million gallons of water daily for irrigation use to a reservoir now named Stow Lake! • The recently restored Murphy

Windmill at the Southwestern end of the park was the largest in the world when constructed in 1905 with 114’ long sails. • Since 1890, a herd of American Bison have lived in the Park. The herd is cared for by the San Francisco Zoo staff. • Golden Gate Park has 680 acres of forest, 130 acres of meadows, 15 miles of drives and 33 acres of lakes. • An ornate pedestrian suspension bridge, Observatory and a gambling casino were all located in the park during the 1890’s. 3/18


museums CALIFORNIA ACADEMY OF SCIENCES / STORE OPEN: Monday-Saturday 9:30am-5:00pm Sunday 11:00am-5:00pm NIGHTLIFE: Thursdays 6:00pm-10:00pm (415) 379-8000

DE YOUNG MUSEUM OPEN: Tuesday-Sunday CLOSED: Mondays 9:30am-5:15pm FRIDAY NIGHTS: Sept-Nov 6:00pm-8:30pm (415) 750-3600

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Friday Night Jazz Sunday Champagne Buffet

attractions CONSERVATORY OF FLOWERS OPEN: Tuesday-Sunday 10am CLOSE: NOV-MARCH 15: 4:30pm MARCH 16-OCT: 6:30pm Last entry ½ hour before closing (415) 831-2090 JAPANESE TEA GARDEN OPEN DAILY: open holidays MARCH-OCT: 9:00am to 6:00pm NOV-FEB: 9:00am to 4:45pm (415) 752-1171

Whether it’s a casual afternoon, an elegant evening out, or a play day with the family, there is always something to enjoy at the Cliff House.

SAN FRANCISCO BOTANICAL GARDEN AT STRYBING ARBORETUM OPEN DAILY: 7:30am CLOSE: OCT-Early NOV: 6pm NOV-JAN: 5pm FEB-Mid MARCH: 6pm MARCH-SEPT: 7pm Last entry one hour before closing (415) 661-1316

www.cliffhouse.com 1090 Point Lobos | San Francisco 415-386-3330

Rentals • Sales • Service

GOLDEN GATE PARK

tours & rentals

BIKE & SKATE

STOW LAKE BOAT HOUSE & CAFE Call for hours. (415) 386-2531

GOLDEN GATE PARK BIKE & SKATE RENTALS Located near 8th St. entrance OPEN DAILY: Call for hours (415) 668-1117

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TERRACE RESTAURANT Inside California Academy of Sciences. See “museums” for info.

TEA HOUSE AT JAPANESE TEA GARDEN Inside the Japanese Tea Garden. See “attractions” for info.

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CLIFF HOUSE Located North of Park, off Great Hwy. OPEN DAILY (415) 386-3330

STOW LAKE BOAT HOUSE & CAFE Call for hours. (415) 386-2531

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DE YOUNG CAFE Inside the de Young Museum. See “museums” for info. BEACH CHALET RESTAURANT OPEN DAILY (415) 386-8439

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FOOD TRUCKS & CARTS Located behind stage in Music Concourse.

Delicious food from our cafe to enjoy in our boathouse or to take as a picnic

415.668.1117

Since 1978

ACADEMY CAFE Inside California Academy of Sciences. See “museums” for info.

Pedal Boats, Row Boats, Electric Boats, & Family Boats for Rent

3038 Fulton St. @ 6th Ave

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GOLDEN GATE PARK SEGWAY TOUR COMPANY OPEN DAILY: 9:00am-4:00pm (415) 658-6196

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