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Just Announced: 2018 After Hours Lineup
We're gearing up for spring with the official kick off of our 2018 after hours series. Our widely popular events, Botanicals and Brews and Murder at the Conservatory, return to the Conservatory beginning March and will run throughout the year.
This year, we're upping the ante with more local and Bay Area based breweries, including brew stars like Faction Brewery and ThirstyBear Organic Brewery, and a newly-added exclusive beer flight tasting, plus much more. We're also excited to reveal the new season of Murder at the Conservatory. New script, new characters and a new case to crack in The Mystery of the Immortal Elixir.
Interested in plants and people? Join us for our next comprehensive volunteer training program. In addition to basking in the glory of supporting a tropical garden, the Conservatory offers volunteers educational and social opportunities, free passes, and an engaging and flexible environment.
Applications accepted through March 31. Please email Eric Hupperts [email protected] for additional information.
Extended Hours Begins Mid-March
Extended hours return on March 15. We'll be open until 6:30p.m. (last admission at 6) to offer you time to stop by and enjoy the tropics after work.
Botanicals and Brews Beer Garden with Headlands and Pedro Point Brewing
Friday, March 16, 6:30p.m. to 11:30p.m.
What better way to celebrate Saint Patrick's Day than with a glass of beer among the green-colored botanicals of the Conservatory.
Find out if your detective skills are good enough to solve a murder!
Explore the twists and turns of San Francisco's beloved Victorian greenhouse as charismatic characters pull you deep into a chilling murder mystery. Set amongst the tropical galleries of the Conservatory of Flowers. New script, new characters and a new case to crack in The Mystery of the Immortal Elixir.
Enjoy a glass of Cole Hardware's Cutting Edge wine, while mastering the art of terrarium-making. Gain afterhours access to the Conservatory and walk away with your own personalized terrarium, perfect for the home or office.
Vireyas grow in cool mountainous regions of Southeast Asia, either as epiphytes high in the tall trees of the cloud forest or on open ground in shrubberies. There are over 300 Vireya species, comprising approximately one-third of all rhododendrons. Many rhododendrons make poisonous nectar. This poison helps to keep herbivores away but is harmful to humans who consume honey made with the nectar.
Golden Gate Park closes many of its roads to all vehicle traffic.
$9.00 for Adults;
$6.00 for Youth 12-17, Seniors age 65 & over, and College Students with ID;
$3.00 for Children 5-11;
Free for Children 4 and under
Discounts available to all SF City and County residents with proof of residency.
The Conservatory is free to all visitors on the first Tuesday of every month.
Accessibility: The Conservatory of Flowers is wheelchair accessible for bothmotorized and non motorized chairs. Handicap permit parking is located at the east side of the building and also on JFK Drive in front of the Conservatory.