Golden Gate Park San Francisco, Californai
Extends from Stanyan to Ocean Beach.
Aids Memorial Grove Alvord Lake Bridge Alvord Lake California Academy Conservatory East Golden Gate Park Carousel Koret Children's Quarters Koret Decorated Stairs Ponds SF Lawn Bowling Club Sharon Art Studio The de Young West
Aids Memorial Grove, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, California

The Grove is a dedicated space and place in the national landscape where the millions of Americans touched directly or indirectly by AIDS can gather to heal, hope, and remember. The mission of the AIDS Memorial Grove is to provide a healing sanctuary and to promote learning and understanding of the human tragedy of the AIDS pandemic.[from wikipedia]

Alvord Lake Bridge, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, California

The Alvord Lake Bridge was the first reinforced concrete bridge built in America. It was built in 1889 by Ernest L. Ransome, an innovator in reinforced concrete design, mixing equipment, and construction systems. The bridge was constructed as a single arch 64 feet (20 m) wide with a 20-foot (6.1 m) span.[from wikipedea]

Alvord Lake, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, California

As you walk past the columns at the end of Haight Street, you will find a small lake in Golden Gate Park shaded by a cluster of trees. The man-made Alvord Lake dates back to the 1880s and was a part of the initial development of the eastern sections of the park. Follow the path along the lake to reach Alvord Bridge and Kezar Drive, which leads you towards Sharon Meadow. Named after park commission president William Alvord, it was he who donated the funds that led to the development of the lake.[from golden gate park website]

Golden Gate Park Carousel, San Francisco, California

A carousel (American English: from French carrousel and Italian carosello), roundabout (British English),[1] or merry-go-round, is a type of amusement ride consisting of a rotating circular platform with seats for riders. The "seats" are traditionally in the form of rows of wooden horses or other animals mounted on posts, many of which are moved up and down by gears to simulate galloping, to the accompaniment of looped circus music.[from wikipedia]

California Academy, of Sciences

Since 1853Golden Gate Park, San Francisco

Conservatory, of Flowers, San Francisco

Located at the East end of Golden Gate Park

The de Young, Museum
East, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco

The location of the De Young Museum and the Academy of Science

Koret Children's Quarters, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, California

A blend of old and newer features decorate the children's playground --a setting filled with a harmonious intermingling of rock, rubber, plastic, dirt, grass and sand. Children now cling to reach the next level of a towering rope climbing structure. A climbing wall shaped like waves offers textured exploration. With a piece of cardboard in hand, kids and adults alike can rip down the historic concrete slide.[from golden gate park website]

Koret Decorated Stairs, Led Into Koret Children's Quarters, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, California

Children decorated tiles that were used to decorate a staircase that led down into theKoret Children's Quarters. Or to lead up and out of the Koret Children's Quarters.

Ponds, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, California

A pond is an area filled with water, either natural or artificial, that is smaller than a lake.[from wikipedia]

SF Lawn Bowling Club, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, California

The game is an enjoyable sport that can be played from the early teens on. Depending on interest and skill, women and men can compete on an equal footing. It's easy to learn, but you can always improve![from sflbc website]

Sharon Art Studio, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, California

Sharon Art Studio is San Francisco's largest public art studio with classes and workshops for all ages in drawing, painting, ceramics, jewelry, glass, folk art and more at the beautiful Sharon Building in Golden Gate Park. You could help us to continue to build a world of creativity where people of all ages and artistic background can explore the visual arts in a wide array of media.[from sharon art studio website]

West, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco

The end nearest Ocean Beach

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