Public Transportation, comprised of three systems, makes getting around San Francisco incredibly easy. For a complete rundown of MUNI, BART, Caltrain and our historic Cable Cars, visit our getting around itinerary.
- Muni: 5, 28L, 71L, N
- Golden Gate Park Shuttle: On weekends and holidays, a fleet of 24-seat, ADA-accessible, alternative fuel buses pick up and drop off visitors 15 locations in and around Golden Gate Park.
Non-Mass Transit Options
- Bike Route 65: From Richmond District
- Bike Route 40: From Cole Valley
- Bike Lane 65: From West Portal and Forest Hill
- Take the Wiggle (Bike Route 30) to Golden Gate Park
- Note: visitors are not allowed in the park on foot between midnight and 5am
Best Transportation Lines and Stops Per Attraction
- Conservatory of Flowers: Muni 5 to Fulton and Arguello
- SF Botanical Garden: Muni lines 71L to 9th Ave. and Lincoln
- De Young Museum and CA Academy of Sciences: Muni lines N, 71L to Irving and 9th Ave 5 to Fulton and 9th Ave
- Japanese Tea Garden: Muni lines 5 to Fulton and Park Presidio, 71L to Lincoln and Funston
- Stow Lake: Muni lines 71L to 19th Ave and Lincoln, 5 to Park Presidio and Fulton
- Shops, Boutiques and Restaurants on Irving St: N-Judah, 71L to 3rd Avenue
- Golden Gate Park’s JFK Drive is closed to automobiles every Sunday from Transverse Dr to Maclaren Lodge. Join the mass of bike riders enjoying the car-free parts of the park.
- Free Lindy Hop classes take place on Sundays in Golden Gate Park
San Francisco Icons
|Alcatraz||Bay Bridge||Cable Cars|
|Coit Tower||Ferry Building||Golden Gate Bridge|
|Haight-Ashbury||The Painted Ladies||Palace of Fine Arts|