Located in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park, Shakespeare’s Garden is the ideal place to stroll along on a laid-back date. This is a true hidden gem that’s steeped in romance. Once called the Garden of the Heart, it was renamed after the Father of Literature himself, Shakespeare, as a tribute.
This beautifully-kept garden is pristinely kept, colorful, and packed with plants mentioned in Shakespeare’s original plays. You’ll while away hours, arm-in-arm, breathing in the scent of rosemary, thistle, flowers, and more. To cap off your beautifully romantic walk, visit the white mulberry tree in the center–it’s rumored that it started as a cutting from a tree belonging to Shakespeare himself.|