Golden Gate Park is San Francisco's grande dame of outdoor spaces, clocking in at just over 1,000 acres. Carved out of sand dunes in the 1870s in an unincorporated area west of San Francisco's then-current borders, the park draws millions of people every year.
Here now, Curbed presents a map of 23 of the best features Golden Gate Park has to offer, some super famous and some hidden treasures.
Of course, the deYoung Museum and Academy of Sciences are musts. You already know about those darlings. Which is why you won’t see them on this list. Let’s go beyond the big names and get to know the park outside of Outside Lands and on days other than 4/20.Read More