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National AIDS Memorial Grove

  • Memorial/Monument/Tomb

Updated 01/29/2015

Fodor's Review

This lush, serene 7-acre grove was conceived as a living memorial to the disease's victims. Coast live oaks, Monterey pines, coast redwoods, and other trees flank the grove. There are also two stone circles, one recording the names of the dead and their loved ones, the other engraved with a poem. Free 20-minute tours are available from 9 to noon the third Saturday of the month from March to October.

Sight Information

Address:

Middle Dr. E, west of tennis courts, San Francisco, California, 94118, United States

Phone:

415-765–0497

Updated 01/29/2015

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