Located in the heart of San Francisco’s downtown cultural district, Yerba Buena Gardens is surrounded by renowned galleries, museums, cafes, restaurants and theaters. Inside, the gardens are cradled by landscaped lawns, public art, award-winning architecture, the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial waterfall, and the innovative Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.
Something for every visitor.
It’s a place to embrace your every mood, find green relief, revel in hundreds of free outdoor performances or experience the Children’s Garden, play circle and Children’s Creativity Museum. People of all ages come to enjoy ice skating, bowling, the historic carousel, Jessie Square and all of the unique shops and restaurants on Yerba Buena Lane. No wonder YBG is recognized as one of the top 30 urban parks in the U.S. It’s the perfect place to play, dine, shop or just relax.
Now in the top three.
A popular website, ThreeBestRated.com, recently chose Yerba Buena Gardens as one of the three best rated public parks in San Francisco. While we’re honored to receive their recognition, this achievement wasn’t without merit. Their website is updated on a regular basis for quality and content accuracy. What’s more, organizations and businesses that are selected to appear on their site do not pay to be included in their recommended lists.
The team at ThreeBestRated.com analyzed reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, and the presentation of each parks facilities, amenities and online content. The result was Yerba Buena Gardens inclusion into their top three lists of public parks.
Share your experience.
We’re honored that YBG was included in this important and visible list. But we’re more interested in your experience and what you find at Yerba Buena Gardens. Please share what struck you as unique or memorable by leaving a comment below. We look forward to hearing from you.