Monday, July 18, 2016

Enjoy the beautiful and fascinating nature, in a kid friendly environment. Both Filoli and SF Botanical Garden are offering a variety of family oriented activities, so make sure to check out the calendar and plan your visit in advance!

UC Berkeley Botanical Garden (200 Centennial Dr, Berkeley)

The UC Botanical Garden is a non-profit research garden and museum. Established in 1890, the Garden, which has a notably diverse plant collection including many rare and endangered plants is open to the public year round. Don’t miss the greenhouse that holds the carnivorous plants!
Open daily, 9am-5pm, closed the first Tuesday of every month, Thanksgiving Day, December 24 and 25, December 31, January 1, and Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Parking is available in a lot located across the street from the main entrance to the Garden, $1 per hour.
Adult - $10, juniors (13-17) - $5, children (5-12) - $2, children under 5 – free.
Free First Wednesday of every month.

UC Berkeley Botanical Garden

Filoli (86 Canada Road, Woodside)

Filoli is one of the finest remaining country estates of the early 20th century, with a huge formal Garden, historic House, art exhibits and more.

Filoli Gardens offer a variety of classes and activities for families: hikes, orchard walks, botanical art, and more.

Tuesday – Saturday, 10am–3:30pm and Sunday 11am–3:30pm.

Adults - $20, juniors (5-17) - $10, children 4 and under – free.

San Francisco Botanical Garden (1199 9th Ave, San Francisco)
The San Francisco Botanical Garden is escape to a unique urban oasis of extraordinary beauty. The Botanical Garden is a living museum within Golden Gate Park, offering 55 landscaped gardens and open spaces, showcasing over 8,000 different kinds of plants from around the world. They also offer a variety of family-oriented activities, including story time and family garden walk.
Open daily, hours change seasonally.
Adult - $8, juniors (12-17) - $6, children (5-12) - $2, children 4 and under – free. Free Second Tuesday of every month.

SF Botanical Garden

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