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Things To Do in San Francisco

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Enjoy The Walt Disney Family Museum

The Walt Disney Family Museum is a must see for anyone who is a fan of their movies. Here you can learn about the life of Walt Disney. The museum covers an area of 40,000 square foot and features some of the historic items that brought Walt Disney’s imagination to life.

You can take a look at some of the earliest drawings as well as a 12 foot replica of Disneyland. There are 248 awards in the museum which were won by Disney during his glittering...

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Take A Stroll Along Ocean Beach

Ocean Beach is a beautiful quiet beach with gorgeous white sand and very few tourists. The beach stretches out in front of you for 3.5 miles and is very quiet, quite often it can just be you, the birds and the ocean waves. The water is good for surfing but only if you are experienced as it can become very choppy.

The beach is part of the Golden Gate National Park, because of this you will get no high rises or ugly buildings to look at whilst you explore. Instead you will see beautiful...

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Go To Angel Island

Angel Island is the second largest island in the bay. There is a small population of about 60 people that live permanently on the island. You can travel here by ferry from San Francisco and once you arrive you can take an open air tram or a Segway tour of the island.

There are some fantastic cafes and bars serving up delicious food. The views of the Bay from the island are spectacular and worth the cost of the ferry alone. There are often...

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Take In The View From Twin Peaks

The Twin Peaks in San Francisco are a world famous tourist attraction and offer spectacular views of the Bay Area. The Peaks were initially called “Los Pechos de la Choca” meaning Breasts of the Maiden. The two peaks are adjacent to each other and stand at 922 feet.

There are animals and plants in abundance and as you make your way to the top you are sure to see plenty. Apart from the peaks there is a 64 acre park that gives you an idea...

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Watch The San Francisco Giants

AT&T Park is home to the San Francisco Giants. One of the most famous teams in the league and a genuine household name. The stadium is on the San Francisco Bay and every time the Giants step into the park the stadium and city unites. The current stadium was completed in April 2000 at a cost of $357 million dollars.

The San Francisco Giants were originally the New York Gotham’s before moving to San Francisco in 1958. They have won the World Series 8 times, the most recent being in 2014....

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Ride The San Francisco Cable Car System

San Francisco is very proud of their cable car system. It is the last manually operated system in the world today. At its peak you would find 23 cable car lines in the city, but today we have just three left. Nearly all of the people that ride the cars today are tourists looking to try that something different when in town.

The first of the cable cars was opened in in 1873 and due to their popularity and the money that the owners were making more lines were added. In 1892 the first electric streetcars...

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Embrace The Chinese Culture in Chinatown

Most major cities have a Chinatown, but San Francisco has four and the one on Grant Avenue is the biggest Chinatown outside of Asia as well as being the oldest in North America. The town is so big that is encompasses two hospitals, various parks and draws more visitors each year than the Golden Gate Bridge.

If you are looking for authentic Chinese cuisine in San Francisco there is no point looking anywhere outside of the four Chinatowns to find real traditional Chinese food....

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Spend Time At Union Square

Union Square is the most visited neighborhood in San Francisco. Here you will find a large collection of high end retail outlets, fancy hotels, cafes, art galleries and a very active nightlife.

The area has many live events to attend and there is always something happening to keep you entertained. To really get an experience of partying with the locals this is a must stop on any tour of the city.

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Muir Woods, Giant Redwoods, and Sausalito Half-Day Trip

After crossing the impressive Golden Gate Bridge, you'll stop for a view of San Francisco from Vista Point before driving through the coastal mountains to Muir Woods (admission included). This national monument is the site of a virgin forest of California Coast redwood trees, among the oldest and tallest on earth. Take the opportunity to roam through an ancient forest of giant redwood trees on your 75-minute visit of Muir Woods.

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San Francisco Love Tour

San Francisco Sightseeing Tours aims to provide an enthusiastic and authentic way to get-to-know San Francisco. Hitch a ride for an experience that mixes both our love for modern day living and our memories of San Francisco in days gone by. Our 1970’s Volkswagen Buses, complete with neon blue seats, beaded curtains and shag carpets, foster a Hippie vibe that celebrates Peace Love Freedom & Adventure. You will see breath-taking marvels such as the Golden Gate Bridge, Lombard Street, China Town, The Castro...

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San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

The museum is closed on Wednesdays

The SFMOMA is one of the world's largest museums of modern & contemporary art

The museum, founded in 1935, displays important works by Mondrian, Magritte, Matisse & Frida Kahlo

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California Academy of Sciences

The museum & research center, established in 1853, is California's oldest

The museum houses more than 26 million specimens

The academy, located in Golden Gate Park, includes a natural history museum, aquarium & planetarium

As part of the museum's 2008 renovation, it received a "living" green roof, covered with 1.7 million native California plants

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Coit Tower

The murals inside the tower were painted in the '30s as part of a New Deal arts program

This iconic Art Deco tower atop Telegraph Hill was dedicated in 1933 as a memorial to SF's volunteer firemen

The tower was a gift to the city from Lillie Hitchcock Coit, an honorary firefighter nicknamed 'Firebelle Lil'

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Fisherman's Wharf

Pier 39's K-Dock at Fisherman's Wharf is home to a famous colony of California sea lions

Fisherman's Wharf is a popular waterfront tourist area known for seafood, shops & street performers

Ferries to Alcatraz Island leave from Pier 33 of Fisherman's Wharf

Fisherman's Wharf was built on landfill recovered from the rubble after the great San...

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Golden Gate Park

The park was founded in 1871 & receives more than 13 million visitors each year

A 1,017 acres, Golden Gate Park is 20% larger than NYC's Central Park

The park's home to sand dunes, landscaped gardens, museums, lakes & even a herd of bison

The park's Conservatory of Flowers is the oldest Victorian greenhouse in the US

A free shuttle service is offered throughout the park on weekends

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Muir Woods

Muir Woods includes hundreds of acres of protected old-growth redwood forest

The coast redwoods in Muir Woods are some of the tallest trees in the world

The oldest tree in Muir Woods is more than 1,000 years old

There's no WiFi or cellphone reception at the park, so be sure to download your tickets & reservations ahead of time

Muir Woods has been a protected National Monument since 1908

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San Francisco Bay

The bay is a long, shallow estuary between the San Francisco Peninsula 

The Bay Model, in Sausalito, is a free-admission, 1.5-acre working model of the bay that simulates its tides & currents

There are 5 large islands in the bay: Alcatraz, Angel Island, Yerba Buena, Alameda & man-made Treasure Island

The bay is spanned by 9 bridges & the underwater Transbay Tube, used by BART trains...

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Alcatraz Island

The US penitentiary on Alcatraz was in operation for 28 years: 1934–1963

Notorious inmate Al Capone was imprisoned on Alcaraz from 1934 to 1939

Island tours can sell out weeks in advance, so it's best to plan your visit ahead of time

The least crowded times to visit are early Nov & Dec & Jan–Mar. For the warmest weather, plan a visit for Sep–Oct

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Golden Gate Bridge

The bridge receives more than 10 million visitors every year

It's free to walk or cycle across the bridge but vehicles heading into SF have to pay a toll, currently $7–8

The bridge's visitor center, with indoor & outdoor exhibits, is open daily, 9 AM–6 PM

The bridge is named not for its vermilion color ('International Orange') but for the water that it spans: the Golden Gate Strait

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