We’re proud to welcome more than 13 million visitors each year to Golden Gate Park, one of San Francisco’s greatest treasures. From a vast, windswept expanse of ...
This park that's over 1,000 acres features a Japanese Tea Garden, Conservatory of Flowers, botanical garden, windmills and a carousel.
Immerse Yourself in San Francisco History in a Dramatic Setting. From its vantage point overlooking the spectacular Golden Gate, Fort Point defended the ...
Planned to protect families during the Gold Rush, this wasn't finished being built until the Civil War. It has great views of the Golden Gate Bridge.
In the warmer climate, the pier offers free music and shows, but the draw here, year-round, are the sea lions that call the pier home.
The Wave Organ is a wave-activated acoustic sculpture located on a jetty in the San Francisco Bay.
Children's museum with interactive exhibits in art, science and media.
The first Wednesday of the month offers free admission all day long. The museum has multi-sensory exhibits that entertain the whole family.
Welcome to the Musée Mécanique, one of the world's largest (over 200) privately owned collection of coin-operated mechanical musical instruments and antique arcade ...
Love old arcade games? This is the spot to see many from throughout the years, including a large array of vintage pinball machines. Admission is free, but play is not, so bring a few bucks in order to try some out.
Visit Coit Tower on telegraph hill in San Francisco, PWAP Murals, history, pictures and panoramic views.
These murals date back to the 30s, painted by artists who featured the Great Depression, landscapes and city life. You can visit on your own, but tours run Wednesdays and Saturdays and might include murals that aren't open to the public normally.
Help us Revitalize the Randall for San Francisco's next generation of explorers, adventurers, and dreamers.
This museum is free to the public and brings the love of science, natural history and the arts to all who visit.
Twin Peaks: Guide to San Francisco's BEST View with features, ideas, plus driving and walking directions.
Drive up to Twin Peaks for the best views of San Francisco. The parking is free and there are public bathrooms, so you can bring a picnic and a camera for a unique trip to the city.
Presenting cable car history, mechanical displays, photos, and a gift shop. Located in San Francisco's Washington-Mason powerhouse and carbarn, the museum provides a ...
Located in the cable car barn and powerhouse, this museum overlooks the huge engines and winding wheels that pull the cables. You can also see antique cable cars on display.