Greetings from San Francisco’s Conservatory of Flowers for today’s post! Well..I’m really just sitting at my desk in my apartment in Seattle but one can dream. This was one of my favorite parts of our trip and I can’t wait to go back during my next visit to the city. Although I’ve been posting a lot of travel content lately I figured one more post would be alright since this one is also incorporating style :) If you haven’t read my last post recapping my surprise birthday trip to San Francisco, you can read that here.
Visiting the Conservatory of Flowers (located at 100 John F. Kennedy Drive) is a quick ride away from downtown. It’s open Tuesday-Sunday and for adults who are non-residents of San Francisco, tickets are $9 each. The last time we visited San Francisco we didn’t want to pay the admission because plants didn’t seem that interesting, plus we were poor college students. It’s funny how just a few years later we were so stoked to go inside. I am becoming more like my mother each day and the inner plant lady in me had a blast here.
Take your time wandering through the conservatory and be prepared to stop a lot. I would advise walking through the whole thing several times. It’s not as big as you think and you end up seeing something new each time you pass through the rows of exotic plants. Even for those that aren’t into plants, it is incredible to experience the flowers and plants so closely.