Shakespeare Garden

Romantic picnic spot in Golden Gate Park, with many plants commonly mentioned in The Bard's works.

The California Spring Blossom and Wild Flower Association established the half-acre intimate formal garden in July 1928 to showcase the plants and trees mentioned in William Shakespeare’s plays and sonnets. Today, this charming, secluded garden is the perfect urban getaway spot to enjoy a good read or have a romantic lunch. Of course, with love and Shakespeare in the air, this garden has become one of the city’s most popular wedding venues.

 

Information by SF Rec and Park Department

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