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Japanese Tea Garden

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Japanese Tea Garden

17 Hagiwara Tea Garden Dr, San Francisco, CA 94118

Closest station: Judah St & 9th Ave

Website: japaneseteagardensf.com

Phone: (415) 668-0909

Descriptions of Japanese Tea Garden

The Japanese Tea Garden in San Francisco, California, is a popular feature of Golden Gate Park, originally built as part of a sprawling World's Fair, the California Midwinter International Exposition of 1894. For more than 20 years San Francisco Parks Trusts' Park Guides have given free tours to San Francisco Parks trust members, providing context and history for this historic Japanese-style garden. The ... - Wikipedia

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Key things to know about Japanese Tea Garden

  • "The view changes completely once you enter the aspen groves."

    - myphotoscout.com
  • scenery - "gorgeous garden Jan 19, 2006 good scenery."

    - uptake.com
  • setting - "This is a pretty nice place with alot of historical flowers and a nice setting."

    - judysbook.com

Details of Japanese Tea Garden

  • Admission - $5

  • Neighborhood - Inner Richmond

Reviews of Japanese Tea Garden

  • Not worth it

    On a 4 day trip to SF in July 2010, we managed to get ourselves to the Japanese Tea Garden since we read it was a "must see" in our tour booklet. All I can say is it is very small (you can see it all in about 10 min), was pretty crowded,

    By By A TripAdvisor Member Posted Aug 5, 2010 - tripadvisor.com

  • Pretty, but relatively expensive and small

    The gardens are well maintained and beautiful to walk around, but at $7 a person (for non-SF residents), it's a bit pricy for a garden in an otherwise public park. The gift shop is nice, as is the tea shop in the center of the park, where you can order some tea and snacks and look at the scenery.

    By By twisesq Posted Jul 30, 2010 - maps.google.com

  • Lovely garden

    We took advantage of the free admission before 10am on Wednesdays (which means we were there at 9am when they opened). The garden is indeed beautiful and serene... a little oasis in the middle of San Francisco. We also liked the gift

    By By A TripAdvisor Member Posted Jul 23, 2010 - tripadvisor.com

  • Beautiful and tranquil

    This was a nice treat while visiting San Francisco. The Tea House is a great place to warm up in San Francisco. Order any of the varieties of Tea that are served and the small sandwiches to tide you over until dinner.

    By By A TripAdvisor Member Posted Jul 20, 2010 - tripadvisor.com

  • Beautiful in the Spring

    My husband and I visited the Japanese Tea Garden located in Golden Gate Park in late March 2010. The admission was $7 per person. The cherry trees and pink azaleas were in full bloom. It made for some great photo opportunities and was a

    By By A TripAdvisor Member Posted May 28, 2010 - tripadvisor.com

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