Located just steps north of Lombard Street's famous curves, Fay Park contains a garden designed by famous landscape architect Thomas Church. It has twin gazebos, along with a 1911 house, which is not currently open to the public. The park is open 6 days per week.
Fay Park is owned by the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department.
Bus: #30-Stockton or #19-Polk
Cable Car: Powell-Hyde
Fay Park is the bequest of Mary Fay Berrigan to the city of San Francisco of a property that was in her family from 1869 until the death of her husband in 1998.
- Russian Hill Neighbors, http://www.rhn.org/pointofinterestparks.html
Friends of Fay Gardens