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San Francisco Not to be Missed Tourist Attractions
Painted Ladies

Alamo Square and Painted Ladies

Alamo Square and the Painted Ladies are two of San Francisco’s most beloved landmarks. Alamo Square Park offers visitors a stunning view of the city skyline and the famous row of Victorian homes known as the Painted Ladies. The park is located on a hill, so visitors must climb a series of steps to reach the top. However, the...
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Alcatraz Island and Prison view of the Lighthouse

Alcatraz Island

Exploring the Fascinating History of Alcatraz Island Welcome to a captivating journey through the rich history of Alcatraz Island, an iconic landmark just offshore from the vibrant city of San Francisco. Once a lighthouse, a military fortification, and a federal prison, Alcatraz Island has transformed over the years into a captivating tourist attraction that stands...
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Segway on Maritime Pier

Aquatic Park and Maritime Museum

Aquatic Park is one of San Francisco’s most beloved waterfront destinations. Nestled in the heart of the city, this national landmark is home to the Maritime Museum, a grassy area, bleachers, a beach, and a cove. The star of the show, however, is the pier, also known as Municipal or Muni pier, which creates the...
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Bay Bridge Lights

Bay Bridge Lights Show

Permanent monumental light display visable from the Embarcadero covering the entire San Francisco Bay Bridge West span. The Bay Lights is an iconic San Francisco light sculpture by artist Leo Villareal, comprised of 25,000 individually programmed white LED lights to create a never repeating, dazzling display across the north side of the Bay Bridge west span. Originally...
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Sausalito Bay

Bayside Town of Sausalito

Sausalito is known for its wonderful views of San Francisco and the Golden Gate Bridge as well as for its historic Richardson Bay houseboat community, which was built after WWII by artists and other free spirits. The city hosts the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ functioning hydraulic model of the Bay Area at the Bay...
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Beach Chalet

Beach Chalet Building and murals in Golden Gate Park

This 1925 Spanish Revival-style building at the park’s western end, designed by renowned architect Willis Polk, originally housed a lounge and bathing facilities for Ocean Beach swimmers on the ground floor and a restaurant upstairs. The ground floor’s striking WPA frescoes, mosaics, and wood carvings were added in 1936-37 in a project funded by the...
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American Bison

Bison Paddock Golden Gate Park

Visitors to Golden Gate Park are often astounded to stumble upon a herd of American bison browsing in a meadow in the park’s western end, but these huge, shaggy Great Plains denizens have been a beloved institution since 1892. Before San Francisco opened its first zoo in the 1930s, a menagerie of creatures were kept...
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Cable Car

Cable Cars and Cable Car Museum

Cable Cars: Enjoy soaring hilltop views of San Francisco from the seat of a classic cable car! In operation for more than 150 years, these iconic gold and red cable cars are a must-see for every visitor. Catch the cable car at Powell and Market to Fisherman’s Wharf! Cable Car Museum Cable cars are an integral...
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Academy of Sciences

California Academy of Sciences

Life-changing moments. World-changing science. The California Academy of Sciences is an aquarium, planetarium, rainforest, and natural history museum in the heart of San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park—and a powerful voice for biodiversity research and exploration, environmental education, and sustainability across the globe. calacademy.org   Info provided by SF Rec and Park Department
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Castro Pride

Castro District

Welcome to the vibrant and colorful Castro District in San Francisco! Known as one of the first gay neighborhoods in the United States, the Castro is an iconic symbol of LGBT activism and a must-visit destination for travelers seeking diversity, history, and a welcoming atmosphere. As you stroll through the streets of the Castro, you can’t miss...
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Chinatown

Chinatown

Chinatown is a must-see on any San Francisco itinerary! Drawing more visitors yearly than the Golden Gate Bridge, Chinatown offers fascinating novelty items, inexpensive and delicious Chinese food, and a variety of cultural attractions that illustrate the uniqueness of San Francisco’s Chinese community. History San Francisco’s Chinese history began in 1848 when the first immigrants...
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Coit Tower and Telegraph Hill

Coit Tower and Telegraph Hill

Enjoy panoramic views of the San Francisco skyline from the heights of Coit Tower! At the lofty height of 210 feet (64 meters), Coit Tower offers unobstructed views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Fisherman’s Wharf, Alcatraz, Angel Island, the Bay Bridge, and the financial district of San Francisco. Visitors can walk to Coit Tower from a...
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Conservatory of Flowers

Conservatory of Flowers

A Victorian confection of wood and glass, the Conservatory of Flowers, which opened in 1879, is the oldest building in Golden Gate Park and one of San Francisco’s most beloved landmarks. It houses some 1,700 species of aquatic and tropical plants, many of them rare, including a 100-year-old giant Imperial philodendron, a world-renowned collection of orchids, giant...
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Crissy Field

Crissy Field

Today, the restored Crissy Field is a stunning place to walk or bike on a flat, hard-packed promenade with iconic views of the Bay and Golden Gate Bridge. A beautiful and much-loved trail winds through Crissy Field between Marina Green and Fort Point. Crissy Field is the premier recreation area on the Presidio. The Golden Gate Promenade...
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de Young Museum

de Young Museum

The de Young, San Francisco’s oldest museum, is housed in a strikingly modern copper-sheathed building designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architects Herzog & de Meuron. The museum building, which opened to the public in 2005, provides San Francisco with a landmark that integrates the museum’s superb art collections, architectural innovation, and the natural landscape in one...
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Donut Tour

Donut Tasting Tour: Outer Sunset, Mission & Potrero Hill Districts

Depending on the day, you’ll either explore Pacific Heights, Japantown, and The Panhandle or Outer Sunset, Mission & Potrero Hill Districts. The route for the day is determined by the operating hours of our selected purveyors. Unfortunately, we can’t mix and match routes, as these locations are scattered across the city. ROUTE TWO: Outer Sunset, Mission & Potrero Hill...
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Donut Tour

Donut Tasting Tour: Pacific Heights, Japantown and The Panhandle

Depending on the day, you’ll either explore Pacific Heights, Japantown, and The Panhandle or Outer Sunset, Mission & Potrero Hill Districts. The route for the day is determined by the operating hours of our selected purveyors. Unfortunately, we can’t mix and match routes, as these locations are scattered across the city. ROUTE ONE: Pacific Heights, Japantown and The Panhandle...
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dragon gate

Dragon Gate

The Dragon Gate is the traditional stone archway greeting visitors to Chinatown since 1970. Location: Grant Avenue at Bush St. Like most Chinese ceremonial gates, the Chinatown Gateway has three portals facing south. The two smaller west and east (pedestrian) portals flank the larger central (automotive) portal, and the structure is supported on stone columns rising from...
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Dungerness Crabs

Dungeness Crab Stands in Historic Fisherman’s Wharf

The Historic Seafood Stands at Fisherman’s Wharf offer a variety of seafood items such as fresh steamed crab, seafood cocktails, clam chowder, fried seafood and shrimp salad sandwiches.   (curently closed) ALIOTOS CRAB STAND #8 Fisherman’s Wharf  |  415-673-0183  |  Website CRAB STATION AT FISHERMAN’S WHARF 2803 Taylor Street  |  415-474-8796|  Website GUARDINO’S CRAB STAND 2801...
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Dutch Windmill

Dutch Windmill and Tulip Garden

On the far western edge of Golden Gate Park stand two wooden windmills that were built to pump groundwater for irrigating the park’s lawns and gardens, helping to transform the dunes that once covered the area. The North, or Dutch, Windmill was built in 1902, followed by the South, or Murphy, Windmill,  completed in 1907....
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