San Francisco October 15, 2017
7 Beautiful Indoor Gardens You Never Knew Existed Around San Francisco
Step inside and appreciate the indoor beauty at these gardens in San Francisco. The air quality is not great now, so these indoor gardens will be perfect to visit now. Take it easy and check out these indoor spaces that will delight you.
1. Conservatory of Flowers - 100 John F Kennedy Drive, 94118
The Conservatory opened to the public in 1879, so this place has a strong historical power. This is the oldest public conservatory in North America. The dreamy setting here has fascinated people for more than a century.
2. Foundry Square III - 505 Howard Street
The Foundry building is one-of-a-kind because of living space and walls. You won't find this in many places around the city. Enjoy the sculptures and the living walls next time you're in Downtown.
3. Flora Grubb - 1634 Jerrold Avenue
Flora Grubb is unique place that includes an indoor and outdoor garden and green area. This nursery houses some of the prettiest flowers the city along with Ritual Coffee to give you another reason to visit. Get wired and hang out here.
4. 101 Second Street Public Space - Downtown San Francisco
An indoor green space mixed with art. 101 Second Street may appear like an office building, but you have a place to sit, eat, and enjoy the indoor interiors.
5. Citigroup Center Atrium - Citigroup Center Atrium, 1 Sansome Street, 94107
This is a secret spot unless you work in the Financial District. This indoor area has palms, a garden and tables. Enjoy the indoor sunlight through the glass roof. Awesome!
6. California Academy of Sciences - Golden Gate Park
The Academy of Sciences is one of the more sophisticated places to enjoy some greenery and even a rainforest. You'll get more than garden here, but you'll have to pay a price for admission unless you're here on a free museum day. This is one of the most fascinating spots in the city for sure!
7. Plant Warehouse - 1546 California Street
This is not your typical shop at all. You can have wine and cheese and hang out. And of course you can buy some plants as well. Only in San Francisco!
Have you been to any of these spots? Let us know. If you’re into hidden gems around the city then check out
The 10 Coolest Attractions In San Francisco That Not Enough People Visit.