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Golden Gate Bridge
Golden Gate Bridge

The stunning Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, California is one of the most beautiful, and photographed, bridges in the world. An iconic figure the Golden Gate Bridge with its tremendous towers, sweeping main cables and great span, displays a sensory beauty featuring color, sound, and light. At this most famous landmark of SF you can bike, run, drive, or walk across. Built in 1937, this is the longest suspension bridge of 1.7 miles long which is located at the opening of the San Francisco bay onto the Pacific Ocean. Contrary to its name, the bridge is not Golden, it's painted russet red/brown.

Fisherman's Wharf
Fisherman's Wharf

Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco is a world famous tourist attraction and a flourishing and vibrant local neighborhood and commercial area. This San Francisco attraction is home to world-class dining, shopping, hotels and endless entertainment opportunities, the Wharf is truly the place to start your San Francisco experience. A long coastal row of seafood restaurants, street vendors, and souvenir stores is combined with a major fishing pier. The Wharf area is also the launching point for Bay cruises and charters. The best thing her which make the place more attractive and highly visited is the sea lions on the side of a vile mall called Pier 39.

Cable Cars
Cable Cars

San Francisco Cable Cars is more like a destination than just being means of transportation. The cable cars are widely used for transportation to the major parts of the city. These unique cable cars are the only street railway in which the cars do not operate under their own power. The world's first cable-powered street railway was built in San Francisco by Andrew Hallidie in 1873. The popular routes through which these cable cars operate are Fisherman's Wharf, Marina, North Beach, Nob Hill, Chinatown, Civic Center, Financial District and Union Square. Today, there are two types of cable cars in regular service.

Twin Peaks Lookout Point
Twin Peaks Lookout Point

The Twin Peaks in San Francisco provides the best views of the town and serves as one of the major tourist attraction. The Twin Peaks Lookout Point is a wonderful place for all as it offers views of San Francisco Bay, Bay Bridge, Golden Gate, Downtown the historic forest, and rare grassland habitat and also overlooks the Tennessee Hollow's. On a clear day one can see all of SF from this central vantage point. Overall this is the most visited spots in the city and is a nice observatory where you see almost every single corner of the city.

Pier 39
 Pier 39

PIER 39 is San Francisco's Premier Bay Attraction. This 1905 pier is a festival marketplace that features 110 specialty shops and 12 full-service Bay view restaurants serving fresh seafood, California cuisine, and a wide variety of casual fares. Located two blocks east of Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco, its location provides the picture perfect backdrop for postcard views of the Golden Gate and Bay Bridges, Alcatraz, Angel Island and the City skyline. This famous landmark of SF offers the best views of the world-renowned sea lions, located at K-Dock and live entertainment in the Entrance Plaza and Crystal Geyser Alpine Spring Water Center Stage.

Yosemite National Park Tours
Yosemite National Park Tours

Yosemite tours can be taken at Yosemite National Park from San Francisco. This popular excursion is located roughly 200 miles east of San Francisco with approximately 3.5 hours travel time. Heading east towards Yosemite National Park one will pass through the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, San Francisco skyline, Alcatraz Island, Fisherman's Wharf, and the Golden Gate Bridge. Yosemite is one of the most beautiful national parks in the world. At Yosemite one will find attractions like Yosemite Valley where you can admire Half Dome, El Capitan, Yosemite Falls and the Giant Sequoia groves.  

Sausalito Segway Tour
Sausalito Segway Tour

The San Francisco Sausalito Segway Tour is the best chance for every visitor to glide along the Bay on our Eco-Friendly Segway Tour. The Sausalito Segway Tour is the most sensational way to see this bayside gem. Sausalito is a small town of only 7,500 residents, best known for its spectacular waterfront views. With the spectacular high tech Segway glide Segway enjoy breathtaking views of The San Francisco Skyline from this picturesque town located right across the Golden Gate Bridge. Explore and discover the many parks, harbors and fascinating houseboat communities in Sausalito.

Alcatraz Tour
Alcatraz Tour

Alcatraz, out in the middle of the San Francisco Bay, was used as a federal maximum security prison from 1934 - 1963. Closed due to high costs and security issues, this historic and infamous federal prison has become popular since tourists were allowed to visit Alcatraz. Visitors here can explore the remnants of the prison; learn about the Native American occupation of 1969 - 1971. The island's 378 cells and many natural features have being preserved by the National Park Service. The Alcatraz tour includes a ferry ride from Pier 33 to The Rock, an award-winning Alcatraz island audio tour, a guided tour of the cell blocks and grounds of Alcatraz prison and visits to the Alcatraz prison museum and gift shops.

Wine Country Tour
Wine Country Tour

The California Wine Country Tours from San Francisco is one of the most beautiful and popular sightseeing destinations when visiting the San Francisco Bay Area. Just an hour's drive away from San Francisco the tourist can visit almost 650 wineries which are concentrated in Napa and Sonoma counties. This tour offers the best chance to learn all about wine and its history in Napa and Sonoma while exploring California's premiere wine-producing regions. With vast vineyards, rolling hills, stately wineries and award-winning restaurants on quaint strips, the Northern California’s Wine Country tour is one of the most breathtaking SF tours.

Muir Woods Excursions
Muir Woods Excursions

The hikers and nature lover’s paradise Muir Woods National Monument is one of the top excursions from San Francisco. Muir Woods National Monument is located just over the Golden Gate Bridge and is home to some of the tallest species of tree in the world, the coastal redwood sequoias. Just half an hour north from San Francisco city, the redwoods Muir Woods National Monument longer hikes are unpaved. The 560 acre park includes six miles of paved, mostly level trails on the canyon floor. The main attractions here are the amazing Bohemian and Cathedral groves which contain the biggest trees in Muir Woods.

  • Museums
De Young Museum
de Young Museum

Founded in 1895 in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park, the de Young Museum has been an integral part of the cultural fabric of the city and a cherished destination for millions of residents and visitors. On October 15, 2005, the de Young Museum re-opened that integrates art, architecture and natural landscape in one multi-faceted destination that will inspire audiences from around the world. Designed by the renowned Swiss architecture firm Herzog & de Meuron and Fong & Chan Architects, de Young provided San Francisco with a landmark art museum to showcase the museum’s priceless collections of American art from the 17th - 20th centuries, and art of the native Americas, Africa, and the Pacific.

Exploratorium
Exploratorium

The Exploratorium is an experimental, hands-on museum designed to spark curiosity – regardless of your age or familiarity with science. With hundreds of exhibits to touch, look through, pick up, and tinker with, let curiosity be your compass to endless discoveries! Located in the Palace of Fine Arts, near the Golden Gate Bridge this is the only in San Francisco. At the San Francisco Exploratorium there are hundreds of exhibits to touch, look through, pick up and tinker with. Here one can explore the science of music, through online exhibits, movies, and questions, also explore living cells and embryos at our Microscope Imaging Station.

San Francisco Cable Car Museum
San Francisco Cable Car Museum

The San Francisco Cable Car Museum, tells a long story to its visitors through the educational pages on how cable cars work, historical facts, images and related readings. The Museum provides not only an historical perspective of the importance of the cable car to San Francisco, but an insight into the daily operations of today's system. One of the city’s most popular tourist attractions, these cars are still used as a functioning part of the San Francisco transit system. Located in the Washington-Mason powerhouse and carbarn, the museum houses a collection of historic cable cars, photographs, mechanical displays and gift shop run by the Friends of the Cable Car Museum.

Ripley's Believe It Or Not Museum
Ripley's Believe It Or Not Museum

The San Francisco’s Ripley's Believe it or Not! Museum is filled with the unusual, and chock-full of oddities sure to shock and excite any visitor. Located in the heart of Fisherman's Wharf, Ripley's Believe It Or Not Museum is one of the most enjoyable, fascinating fun activities for families and groups. This Ripley's museum displays bizarre and cool exhibits and houses hundreds of rare artifacts from across the world such as a two-headed calf, an eight-foot-long scale model of a San Francisco cable car made from 270,836 matchsticks, and an eight-foot-tall Stegosaurus made entirely from chrome car bumpers.

San Francisco Railway Museum
San Francisco Railway Museum

The San Francisco Railway Museum is located on Steuart Street near the Ferry Building. The Railway Museum dedicates itself to the history of San Francisco rail transportation. Being small but the Railway Museum displays colorful mix of history, artifact and art. Expect to see archival photographs, historic books and DVDs on the origins of San Francisco's cable cars and streetcars, as well as a selection of cards, souvenirs and gifts bearing railway graphics and themes. The gift shop is a great place to stop for souvenirs with iconic images you won't find elsewhere in town.

 
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