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While you will be hard-pressed to choose just a single attraction on San Francisco’s Pier 45 of Fisherman’s Wharf – there are at least a handful or more of truly original and breathtaking activities you can take part in on this simple little stretch of waterfront – one of the most historical and culture rich would have to be stepping aboard the living museum on the USS Pampanito. A World War II vessel and one of the first fleet submarines to ever see action in this incredible and historical war, you’ll be able to cruise above and below the decks of the USS Pampanito on…
Adventure Playground is rated in National Geographic top 10 playgrounds based on its Marina Experience Programs. The playground is designed for children ages 7 & up, however, was also designed for the younger children to be able to play with the assistance of an adult. Adventure Playground is not your usual playground; it is a land of creation that encourages children to be creative and build based on their creativity. Adventure Playground is completely supervised by trained staff professionals, parents can stay with their child as they embark in their journey, but parents are also encouraged to drop their kids off as long as they…
It’s not surprising that Fisherman’s Wharf is one of the biggest attractions for the millions of visitors coming to San Francisco with its rich in history and culture. There are several historical attractions and the Wharf also offers some of the best cuisine in the world! The boats berthed at the Wharf are mainly fishing boats. These boats are mostly captained by third or fourth generation fishermen of Fisherman’s Wharf. It’s because of this that the Wharf has been able to preserve much of its heritage. Many of the restaurants settled along the Wharf to maintain traditions started by those first fishermen. You can’t really…
The Palace of Fine Arts is located in the Marina District of San Francisco, California. The currently preserved building was first constructed for the Panama-Pacific Exposition, principally for the purpose of exhibiting works of art presented within the building. Since then, it's remained as one of the surviving structures of the era that still remains at its original site. The Palace of Fine Arts is a place filled with rich artistic history, in addition to being a building that's decorated in rich artistic embellishments itself. Not only will you get to see the art and other exhibits inside the building's Exploratorium, but the building itself…
Words like 'the best tourist destination in San Francisco', 'the Soul of San Francisco' and ‘the oldest San Fran neighborhood with the hottest new restaurants' portray just a tip of what 'The Mission' has to offer. Founded before San Francisco itself, The Mission was set up in 1776 as a basilica parish- the oldest surviving structure in San Fran can still be seen on 3321 Sixteenth street. This makes Mission Dolores a great first stopover in the predominantly Latin-American neighborhood. There’s no saying you've been to the Mission without a taste of the best Tacos, right? Home to the San Francisco Burrito- the Mission Burrito,…
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California’s Crookest Street Have you heard about the most crooked street in California? Well, this is Lombard Street that is in the heart of California. This is also renowned as the most crooked street in America. For you as a tourist, you should not miss this street when you have the opportunity to visit California to see some of the magnificent Victorian inspired mansions while driving the hilly and steep street which has a sharp curve then down switchback to the hill in one-way. This is not just a design in Lombard Street because it has also some benefits to the drivers to prevent rolling…
San Francisco has one of the best attractions at Golden Gate Park known as the Japanese Tea Garden. The tea garden was built in 1894 shortly after the World’s Fair and has become one of the most visited and unique attractions in the area. The Japanese Tea Garden is said to be one of the largest public tea gardens in the United States. This small, yet intricately created attraction is a wonderful place to visit and is enjoyable for families and people of all ages. The garden features beautiful plant life from China and Japan. While taking a stroll you will enjoy beautiful views of…
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