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GG Park’s Tulip Garden is Now Blooming

SF’s Queen Wilhelmina Tulip Garden is in bloom
By - posted 3/30/2021 No Comment

Spring has arrived which means SF’s beautiful tulips are back.

Golden Gate Park’s gorgeous tulips are now blooming in the Queen Wilhelmina Tulip Garden.

Thanks San Francisco Recreation and Park Department for sharing the update and photos of the garden in bloom.

To experience a brightly colored extravaganza of color, pack a picnic and head for Queen Wilhelmina Tulip Garden at Golden Gate Park. The blooming garden is the perfect accompaniment to the historic Dutch Windmill, located within the garden.

Situated on John F. Kennedy Drive, located near Great Highway, the Tulip Garden is named after the late queen of the Netherlands. Both the garden and the Dutch Windmill were gifts to The City from the Queen in 1902. A fierce woman, she became a symbol of resistance against the Germans during the Second World War.

Read more about the garden.