San Francisco

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Golden Gate Park
11 reviews
The California Academy of Sciences is an unfortunately stuffy name for an institution that is anything but staid — Afar Magazine
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North Waterfront/Embarcadero
11 reviews
This educational center offers an array of interactive scientific exhibits and hands-on displays that stimulate the senses and minds of the young and old alike. — Where
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SoMa
10 reviews
The museum will draw from its collection to create joint exhibtions with the Asian Art Museum, the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, and other institutions. — Fodor's
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Civic Center
8 reviews
San Francisco's Asian Art Museum is one of the Western world's largest museums devoted to Asian art. — Frommer's
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10 reviews
The one and only. Sublime beyond all accounting. — Not For Tourists
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Golden Gate Park
11 reviews
The de Young Museum is San Francisco’s encyclopedic public cultural offering—with a significant collection of Asian Art and celebrated holdings in sculpture, painting, and works on paper. — goop
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North Beach / Telegraph Hill
11 reviews
Admire the WPA murals decorating the first floor and take the elevator to the top for the view. — Concierge
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10 reviews
Visible from Fisherman's Wharf, Alcatraz Island (also known as the Rock) has seen a checkered history. — Frommer's
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The Embarcadero
9 reviews
Come to the iconic Ferry Building Farmers Market every Saturday to try produce and some of the city's most delicious prepared foods. — Afar Magazine
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8 reviews
The Oakland Museum of California incorporates just about everything you'd want to know about the state and its people, history, culture, geology, art, environment, and ecology. — Frommer's
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Fisherman’s Wharf
8 reviews
Enjoy this bizarre collection of historic arcade games housed at this wacky museum on Fisherman's Wharf. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Lincoln Park
9 reviews
A gift to San Francisco from Alma de Bretteville Spreckels, the spirited wife of sugar magnate Adolph Spreckels, this museum houses Alma's collection of great sculptures by Auguste Rodin. — Michelin Guide
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Russian Hill
7 reviews
Known as "the world's crookedest street," it is packed with tourist cars on weekends, but fun to ride down on a bike! — Not For Tourists
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Golden Gate Park
9 reviews
This glorious Victorian glass structure is the oldest existing public conservatory in the Western Hemisphere... a cutting-edge horticultural destination. — Frommer's
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Golden Gate Park
9 reviews
A miniature view of the park, caught in time.  — Atlas Obscura
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Presidio
6 reviews
This mile-long beach lies at the base of the rugged cliffs west of the Golden Gate — Where
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Golden Gate Park
8 reviews
A quiet, albeit crowded, place with cherry trees, shrubs, and bonsai crisscrossed by winding paths and high-arched bridges over pools of water. — Frommer's
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Marina District
8 reviews
Designed for the 1915 World's Fair by Bernard Maybeck, the Roman ruin's grandeur is strikingly beautiful. — Not For Tourists
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Mission District
7 reviews
Head to the Mission and visit the Mission Dolores, the oldest intact original mission in California, and the oldest building in San Francisco. — Afar Magazine
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Nob Hill
5 reviews
If you've ever wondered how cable cars work, this nifty museum explains (and demonstrates) it all. — Frommer's
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