Queen Wihelmina Tulip Garden is in full bloom, but won't last much longer! The quaint garden I stumbled upon is a true hidden nook in Golden Gate Park. The garden is named after the former Queen of The Netherlands who ruled the country for over fifty years. This amazing spot is located at the base of the historic Dutch windmill that Queen Wihelmina donated to San Francisco in 1902, as tulips are a sign of peace and reconciliation for people of The Netherlands.
The Tulips and poppies are gorgeous colors of red, orange, pink and yellow...but they won't last for long. By April, the blooms will slowly begin to wilt so be sure to make a visit during March.
1690 John F. Kennedy Drive | San Francisco | Golden Gate Park
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