San Francisco July 01, 2017
The San Francisco Park That Will Make You Feel Like You Walked Into A Fairy Tale
San Francisco is filled with some of the greatest and most recognizable attractions in the world. There is a place in the city that will truly make you feel like stepped into a surreal and fairy tale like setting. The Presidio is just that very spot that will enchant you in more ways than one. Read more about this fairy tale park with creative attractions and stunning nature.
The Presidio is on the northern tip of the San Francisco Peninsula in San Francisco, and is part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. The Presidio has been established since September 17, 1776.
When you visit the Presidio, make sure to start near Lover's Lane. The surreal art of of Wood Line by Andy Goldsworthy will make you feel like you've entered another world.
The spire by Goldsworthy is a powerful symbol of the rejuvenation of the celebrated Presidio forest. The Spire is located near the Arguello Gate.
Take the time to visit the Tree Fall by Andy Goldsworthy, which is installed inside the historic Powder Magazine on the Presidio’s Main Post.
The Yoda fountain makes this spot even more odd and special. The Letterman Digital Arts Center is in the Presidio. This is a 26″ life-sized Yoda bronze statue.
Take the time to wander around the Letterman Digital Arts Center and Lucasfilms headquarters for a whimsical and historical side of the Presidio. This is the statue of Statue of Philo Farnsworth, one of the primary inventors of television.
The Presidio offers a plethora of dynamic colors and swirling landscapes. The Presidio will be sure to impress.
The quiet pine, cypress, eucalyptus forest that appears out of nowhere at this park are truly magical.
You'll find a lush variety of nature here including of course Cypress and palm trees.
Many parts of the Presidio seem almost lost in time and almost dream-like. Take the time to find to explore the hidden corners and groves of the Presidio.
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