You Need To Plan A Trip To This Magical Tea Garden On The West Coast

While many people associate San Francisco with the Golden Gate Bridge, sunny days and Full House, this California city is also home to one of the most enchanting public gardens in America. Not everyone knows that there’s a spectacular Japanese tea garden in San Francisco, complete with pagodas, bridges, koi ponds and a traditional tea house. Here’s why everyone should plan a visit to the Japanese Tea Garden in the Bay City.

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Visiting this beautiful garden is well worth it. Admission is free on Monday, Wednesday and Friday if entered by 10 a.m. Otherwise, it’s $6 for adults, $4 for youths and $2 for children. Click here to check out the garden’s website and see the tea house menu.

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