San Carlos

Filoli Gardens

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86 Canada Rd, San Carlos, CA 94070.

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Peter J.
Oh so amazing!!! I love this place, beautiful, spacious, spread out, very well maintained. There is a cafe, gift shop, house, hiking area. This place is...

Annie M.
I saved my 200th review for Filoli! Filoli = Fight, love, live! I absolutely love this estate & gardens & I make it a point to visit every year when the...

Bill C.
This mansion is fabulous and their Christmas sale and fund raiser was a delightful collection of decorations, ornaments and special gifts for family and...
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Patricia Sheppard
Great way to spend a sunny weekend day - especially when the flowers are in full bloom.
Coldwell Banker - Northern California
Construction began on Filoli in 1915 from designs by architect Willis Polk. This Georgian estate was named after William Bourn's motto: FIght for a just cause; LOve your fellow man; LIve a good life.
Filoli served as the Carrington Mansion on the 1980s television show “Dynasty.” Free admission for members of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
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rating 4.4 out of 5
Kimberly Ann Graham
I have lived in the Bay Area for nearly 30 years and finally made it here!! An absolutely beautiful place to visit! Enjoyed it so much, I bought a membership! The garden displays are breathtaking and it's very clear that they are changed quite frequently to keep up with what's in bloom at the tim....
Arvid Bux
Loved seeing the Christmas boutique. It was busy but nice to see the amount of people supporting Filoli.
Zak Morrow
The house and gardens are splendid. If you have time to drive out, it's really worth a visit. Immaculately laid out and sculpted grounds, some very nice bonsai around the edges of the manor house, and well-preserved bits of history inside the house. Beautiful!
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