Entwined, the highly anticipated outdoor public art installation in Golden Gate Park, is now open! No tickets or reservations are required to visit.
What we’re doing to keep you safe:
- Safety Ambassadors will be at Entwined during peak weekend and holiday hours to ensure social distancing
- Lights will turn off at 8:30 p.m. to ensure compliance with the 10 p.m. curfew.
- Rangers will conduct outreach as necessary.
- Entwined may periodically go dark for short periods to prevent crowding.
Entwined is outdoors and spread out over an acre of open space. However, consider employing one of these strategies while San Francisco remains in the purple tier:
- Delay your visit: Entwined will be in Golden Gate Park at least through February and will remain free. Consider visiting when the Covid-19 surge has subsided.
- If it’s crowded, come back later: Entwined is just one stop in an illuminated journey along JFK Drive.
Golden Gate Park is now more illuminated than ever with new and old for the holidays. At the entrance to the park and along John F. Kennedy Drive, find two festive installations in addition to Entwined: San Francisco’s “official” holiday tree in front of McLaren Lodge, lit for the 91st year; and the kinetic light show on the Conservatory of Flowers’s iconic visage. From there, stroll to the Music Concourse to view the twinkling lights of the 150-foot-high Observation Wheel and the illuminated Spreckels Temple of Music and Bandshell. For more information or to experience virtually at home, visit https://www.goldengatepark150.com/holidaysathome.
In addition, take our virtual video tour here:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JE83184wpHM
Accessible Parking Map:
Golden Gate Park Shuttle:
Starting Saturday, January 30, 2021, through Sunday, April 4, 2021, the free Golden Gate Park shuttle will run 10 a.m. through 7 p.m. to allow for improved ADA access to Entwined. People with disabilities will be able to park at McLaren Lodge and catch the shuttle, which will stop at Peacock Meadow. More Shuttle Information