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Cliff House

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better 1 Review

Perched on rocks overlooking Ocean Beach, the Cliff House sits on the coast along on the western end of San Francisco. It is part of the Golden Gate National ...  Read more

AT&T Park

The best reason to go to a San Francisco Giants baseball game used to be to sit in AT&T Park, known for its ideal setting on the San Francisco Bay, with ...  Read more

Ghirardelli Square

Willy Wonka would tip his hat to Domingo Ghirardelli, whose business became the West's largest chocolate factory in 1893. The square is no longer a factory, ...  Read more

Market Street

Cutting southwest across San Francisco from The Embarcadero, Market Street is one of the city's major thoroughfares. It starts in front of the Ferry ...  Read more

Winchester Mystery House

The now famous Winchester mansion is one of San Jose's most interesting attractions. Built by a grieving widow named Sarah Winchester, many believe the ...  Read more

Dolores Park

When the sun breaks through the clouds in San Francisco, the Mission District feels it first. Thus, look to Dolores Park to find the first of the fair-weather ...  Read more

Grace Cathedral

One of Nob Hill’s many stunning highlights, Grace Cathedral holds many interesting features. Its spectacular stained-glass windows include a series ...  Read more

Japantown

San Francisco’s Japantown may cover a small area, but it is big on authentic Japanese culture. It’s one of only three Japantowns remaining in the United ...  Read more

Lands End

Situated on a rocky and windswept point at the tip of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area lies the beautiful Lands End. With great views of the Bay and ...  Read more

Marrakech Magic Theater

Right off Union Square lies the famous Marrakech Magic Theater. Regarded as something of a hidden gem of San Francisco, this small but intimate theatre is ...  Read more

Nob Hill

One of San Francisco’s original “Seven Hills,” Nob Hill gets its name from old gold-rush times when, as the bawdy waterfront offered no escape for the wealthy, ...  Read more

Russian Hill

Though it gets its name from a Russian cemetery dating back in the Gold Rush era, Russian Hill is one of the most desirable neighborhoods in contemporary San ...  Read more

San Francisco Sutro Baths

Once a large, privately owned indoor swimming pool complex in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Recreation Area, due to a fire in 1966, the ruins of this magnificent ...  Read more

Treasure Island

Lying out in the middle of the San Franciscan Bay is a tiny man-made structure known as Treasure Island. Once made for the 1939 Golden Gate International ...  Read more

Yerba Buena Gardens

It’s open spaces like the Yerba Buena Gardens that make San Francisco the loved city that it is. Only a block away from the Contemporary Jewish Museum and the ...  Read more

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