Yerba Buena Gardens & Carousel, San Francisco, California

745 Mission St, San Francisco, California 94103

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Kids will love the 25-foot tube slide at the rooftop playground, the carousel, the hedge labyrinth and the butterfly garden.

Address: 745 Mission St, San Francisco, California 94103

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Phone: 415-820-3550
Hours: Mon-Sun 6 am - 10 pm More Info
Price: Free More Info

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Submitted by: Eric B.

Yerba Buena Gardens is the name for two blocks of public parks located between Third and Fourth and Mission and Folsom Streets. A pedestrian bridge over Howard Street connects the two blocks, sitting on top of part of the Moscone Center Convention Center. Yerba Buena of course was the name of the town in the Mexican territory of Alta California that became the city of San Francisco. Until he got too big, my favourite activity was to take the Kid to the big Playground. He would happily spend hours on the slide and other attractions while I comfortably sat off at the side watching him and catching up on my relaxing and reading. We would also go over to the nearby SF MOMA and look around. On the way, we would s...

Submitted by: Natasha W.

It's not a coincidence that the days I spend relaxing in this park are the same days I feel like SF is the best city in the world.  Such a little gem in the heart of downtown.  Who wouldn't feel like they're in a dreamland when you're surrounded by greenery, skyscrapers, kids running around blowing bubbles and a...

Submitted by: Christina Y.

I was recently told by my doctor that I have a vitamin D deficiency, which is pretty pathetic considering I live in LA, one of the sunniest places in the US. Who knew that it took a work trip to SF, a far less sunny destination, to start working on my personal outdoor time? After a cold, windy, sometimes rainy week, the sun finally came out last week in San Francisco and it was brilliant. I headed straight to this park across the street from my office with my laptop and every intention of doing work outside while I caught some rays. But once I plopped down on the clean, dry grass and looked around me to see other professionals, tourists, kids and dogs all relaxing and enjoying this rare summer day, it was ne...

Submitted by: Jenna O.

This is a beautiful and relaxing place for friends to get together and meet up, have lunch or even just hang out. It's surrounded by great food and fun things to do suc...

Submitted by: Natasha M.

A great park in the mist of downtown craziness. It's great to come here for lunch and sit in the sun. The Yerba Buena Ln has great restaurants and I love Amber. There are summer concerts during lunch hours often. Tons of places to sit an...

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