When you’re a San Francisco native, you’re fully aware that a walk through the park isn’t as simple as it may seem. Golden Gate Park, with its expansive boundaries, numerous lakes, and breathtaking scenery is a popular haunt for many of Haight-Ashbury’s nature-loving urbanites. From just the east side of the park anyone can gain access to Kezar Stadium, Hippie Hill, the Conservatory of Flowers, and much more.
While some locations and activities are free, not all admissions are complimentary. Tickets can make a considerable dent in your wallet, especially if you are paying for more than one person. With that being said, the folks are the California Academy of Sciences are allowing free admission to their museum on Wednesday, September 15th. The California Academy of Sciences holds the title of being one of the largest natural history museums throughout the entire world.
And while it’s awfully ironic that nature should be free to the public in the first place, a trip to the California Academy of Sciences on September 15th may prove worth while. It’s free of charge and there’s nothing to lose (except possibly yourself in those winding Golden Gate Park trails)!