{The Conservatory of Flowers has captivated guests for more than a century. This gem of Victorian architecture has a long and storied history, and is the oldest wood and glass conservatory in North America. As a city, state, and national historic landmark, the Conservatory remains one of the most beloved attractions in Golden Gate Park.}

Hours of Operations
Tuesday - Sunday: 10 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (Last entry is at 4 p.m).
Monday: Closed, except Memorial Day and Labor Day.

Admission fees
$7.00 for Adults
$5.00 for Youth ages 12-17, Seniors age 65 & over, and College Students with ID
$2.00 for Children ages 5-11
Free for Children ages 4 and under
*San Francisco Residents: show proof of residency for reduced admission 

The Conservatory of Flowers is a place you must go to when visiting San Francisco. So many different plants and flowers. Nature is a beautiful thing.


If you know me you must know I love photos. Capturing moments is one of my favorite things to do. I am also fascinated by nature, so naturally I had to visit the Aquarium of the Bay.

General Hours of Operation -- Summer (Beginning Saturday, May 26th) 
Every day: 9 am - 8 pm

General Hours of Operation -- Fall/Spring
September 4 - October 31; March 1-May 28
Monday - Thursday: 10am to 7pm
Friday - Sunday: 10am - 8pm

General Hours of Operation -- Winter
Beginning November 1
Monday - Thursday: 10am - 6pm
Friday - Sunday: 10am - 7pm

The view from the elevator room.

I've been to aquariums in many different cities, Vancouver, BC, Seattle, Phoenix, just to name a few, and I was really excited to venture into the San Francisco aquarium. However, I was slightly disappointed.

You would think since the aquarium is located at Fisherman's Wharf they would have all kinds of exhibits; but that was not the case. The aquarium is very small, with very few tanks for observation. I guess the hightlight of the aquarium would be the tunnel tank where you could spot a variety of fish, sharks, and sting rays.

Jellyfish are one of my favorite sea creatures. There were several varities of this invertabrate.

The Sea Nettle JellyFish.

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