Located at the base of the iconic Transamerica Pyramid, Redwood Park is a quiet place to relax during lunchtime (or any time). There are benches, a water fountain surrounded by bronze frogs, and plenty of tall redwood trees, ferns, and flowering plants. Also located within the park's confines is a statue of children playing, and a brass plaque commemorating Bummer and Lazarus, the two stray dogs that roamed San Francisco in the 1860s.
Redwood Park is privately owned.
F-Market & Wharves: Embarcadero and Broadway stop
12-Folsom: Embarcadero and Broadway stop or Embarcadero and Pier 5.