My husband and I visited the Japanese Tea Garden located in Golden Gate Park in late March 2010. The admission was $7 per person. The cherry trees and pink azaleas were in full bloom. It made for some great photo opportunities and was a relaxing stroll. The garden is fairly small and we were probably there for an hour or so. I definitely think it was worth it that time of year and especially if you have never visited a Japanese garden. Also, try the observation tower at the de young museum nearby. It was free and offers a 360 degree view of the city.
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