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    Exterior Front Angle 2
    835 Hyde Street, San Francisco, California, United States
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  2. Union Square

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    333 Post St. San Francisco, California 94102
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    We boast an extensive collection of boutique and luxury retail shops, flagship hotels, art galleries, cafes, restaurants, theatres and night clubs, all surrounding a beautiful urban park. Union Square is a wonderful place to enjoy an afternoon of shopping, indulge in a delicious meal, sip a cup of coffee at an outdoor café, catch a show, grab drinks with friends or just sit in Union Square Park and people watch. All this plus a wide array of fabulous hotels where you can rest in comfort make Union Square a gathering place and destination for San Francisco visitors and locals alike. To plan some fun activities during your visit to Union Square SF, check out our events page, which we update regularly with live concerts, theatrical performances, food and wine gatherings, movies in the park, cultural celebrations and much more.
  3. Fisherman's Wharf (Pier 39)

    PIER 39 P.O. Box 193730 San Francisco, CA 94119-3730
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    Pier 39 is a shopping center and popular tourist attraction built on a pier in San Francisco, California. Located at the easternmost end of Fisherman's Wharf along The Embarcadero, Pier 39 is a destination in itself. From the double-decker carousel to the sea lions, from the street performances to the dozens of places to eat, you will find plenty to do here. With over 60 shops to browse, you are likely to find just the memento to remind yourself of your visit to San Francisco. Maybe jewelry is what you have in mind, or possibly a dramatic seascape to hang over the mantle. Visit the wine shop and bring home a fine Napa Valley wine.
  4. Chinatown

    San Francisco Chinatown is the largest Chinatown outside of Asia as well as the oldest Chinatown in North America. It is one of the top tourist attractions in San Francisco. You can use this site to learn more about the attractions, culture, history, and events in Chinatown. If you plan to visit us, you can book a Chinatown tour, hotel rooms, and more.
  5. Cable Cars

    The San Francisco cable car system is the world's last manually operated cable car system. An icon of San Francisco, California, the cable car system forms part of the intermodal urban transport network operated by the San Francisco Municipal Railway, or "Muni" as it is better known.
  6. Golden Gate Bridge

    Toll Plaza Golden Gate Bridge San Francisco, California 94129
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    The mission of the Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District (GGBHTD) is to provide safe and reliable operation, maintenance and enhancement of the Golden Gate Bridge and to provide transportation services, as resources allow, for customers within the U.S. Highway 101 Golden Gate Corridor. The Golden Gate Bridge opened to pedestrians on May 27, 1937 and to traffic the following day, May 28, 1937. At that time, it was the longest suspension bridge ever built. It is truly an engineering marvel, a structure of magnificence, grace and beauty. A true American Icon with a rich history. Please take a moment and visit our Research Library which is filled with factoids of interest about this famed span.
  7. Moscone Center

    Moscone Center is the largest convention and exhibition complex in San Francisco, California. It comprises three main halls: Two underground halls underneath Yerba Buena Gardens, known as Moscone North and Moscone South, and a three-level Moscone West exhibition hall across 4th Street. It was initially built in 1981 by architects Hellmuth, Obata & Kassabaum as one single hall, Moscone South, and named after San Francisco former mayor George Moscone, who was assassinated in November 1978.
  8. AT&T Park

    AT&T Park is a ballpark used by the World Champion Major League Baseball team San Francisco Giants. It is located in the South of Market neighborhood of San Francisco, California, at 24 Willie Mays Plaza, at the corner of Third and King Streets.
  9. Six Flags Discovery Kingdom

    Six Flags operates regional theme parks and water parks, and is the largest regional theme park operator in the world. The Company owns and operates 19 parks, of which 17 are located in the United States, one in Mexico City, Mexico and one in Montreal, Canada.
  10. Alcatraz Island

    Pier 33 San Francisco Pier 33
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    The source for Alcatraz information and tours of Alcatraz Island. We provide package tours of Alcatraz Island including the San Francisco City Tour with Alcatraz, which includes the cruise to Alcatraz, the audio guided cell block tour, and a comprehensive tour of San Francisco. The Muir Woods and Sausalito Tour with Alcatraz is also very popular, and includes a sightseeing excursion to the coastal redwoods. New for this season, we offer the Double Decker Hop On Hop Off Tour. with Alcatraz. This tour allows you to hop on and hop off at many major tourist locations around the city. The tour of Alcatraz departs daily from Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco. Alcatraz was used as a federal maximum security prison from 1934 until 1963, when it was closed due to high costs and security issues. Allowing tourists to visit Alcatraz has proven far more popular.
  11. Lombard Street (Crooked Street)

    Hyde St, San Francisco, CA 94133
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    Lombard Street is an east–west street in San Francisco, California. It is famous for having a steep, one-block section that consists of eight tight hairpin turns.
  12. Golden Gate Park

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    501 Stanyan St, San Francisco, CA 94117
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    Golden Gate Park is the third most visited park in the United States. While the park is free to visit during the day, popular attractions charge admission, such as deYoung Museum, California Academy of Sciences and Conservatory of Flowers. The park is filled with gardens, museums, art, flowers, trees, lakes, birds and wildlife. There are also plenty of opportunities to participate in sports, clubs and other activities. Browse the site for information on parking, maps, weddings, hotels, permits, making reservations, transportation, contact numbers, and the history of Golden Gate Park.
  13. Ferry Building

    1 Sausalito - San Francisco Ferry Bldg
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    The Ferry Plaza Farmers Market is a California certified farmers market operated by the Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture (CUESA). The market is open on Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday.
  14. Sausalito, CA

    City of Sausalito 420 Litho St. Sausalito, CA 94965
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    Sausalito is like a stage where one production has followed another for hundreds, if not thousands, of years. Whatever the theme or plot, Sausalito, with its characteristic flair, has provided a setting to match the action. For between three and five millennia, the backdrop it provided for a cluster of Native American (Coastal Miwok) villages remained fairly constant. Its tranquil surface varied little over time. But with the successive arrival in Northern California of the Spanish, Mexicans, and Euro-Americans, the stage was set for dramatic change.
  15. Napa, CA

    Napa is the county seat of Napa County, California. It is the principal city of the Napa county Metropolitan Statistical Area, which encompasses Napa county.
  16. Carmel, CA

    Carmel-by-the-Sea, California. A city in the forest. A one mile long pure white sandy beach. A cultural mecca for the performing and visual arts. Superb dining and shopping experiences. A story book setting!
  17. Monterey, CA

    Monterey is committed to being a model city for its quality of life driven by responsiveness of local government, historical and cultural preservation, economic sustainability, and environmental stewardship.
  18. Museum of Modern Art (MOMA)

    151 3rd Street, San Francisco, CA 94103
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    The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) is a modern art museum located in San Francisco, California. A nonprofit organization, SFMOMA holds an internationally recognized collection of modern and contemporary art and was the first museum on the West Coast devoted solely to 20th century art. The museum’s current collection includes over 26,000 works of painting, sculpture, photography, architecture, design, and media arts. The building complex was designed by Swiss architect Mario Botta. SFMOMA's Research Library was established in 1935 and contains extensive resources pertaining to modern and contemporary art, including books, periodicals, artists’ files, and lecture recordings. The museum also houses a restaurant, Caffè Museo, and a coffee bar run by the Blue Bottle Coffee Company.
  19. Legion of Honor

    100 34th Ave San Francisco, CA 94121
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    The Legion of Honor was the gift of Alma de Bretteville Spreckels, wife of the sugar magnate and thoroughbred racehorse owner/breeder Adolph B. Spreckels. The building is a three-quarter-scale version of the Palais de la Légion d'Honneur also known as the Hôtel de Salm in Paris by George Applegarth and H. Guillaume. It was completed in 1924. The museum building occupies an elevated site in Lincoln Park in the northwest of the city, with views over the Golden Gate Bridge. Most of the surrounding Lincoln Park Golf Course is on the site of a potter's field called the "Golden Gate Cemetery" that the City had bought in 1867. The cemetery was closed in 1908 and the bodies were relocated to Colma. During seismic retrofitting in the 1990s, however, coffins and skeletal remains were unearthed. The plaza and fountain in front of the Palace of the Legion of Honor is the western terminus of the Lincoln Highway, the first road across America.
  20. California Academy of Sciences

    The California Academy of Sciences is among the largest museums of natural history in the world. The academy began in 1853 as a learned society and still carries out a large amount of original research, with exhibits and education becoming significant endeavors of the museum during the 20th century. Completely rebuilt in 2008, the building totals 400,000 square feet (37,000 square metres) and is among the newest natural history museums in the United States. The primary building in Golden Gate Park reopened on September 27, 2008.
  21. Asian Art Museum

    The Asian Art Museum of San Francisco is a museum in San Francisco, California, United States. It has one of the most comprehensive collections of Asian art in the world. The collection has approximately 18,000 works of art and artifacts from all major Asian countries and traditions, some of which are as much as 6,000 years old. Major galleries are devoted to the arts of South Asia, West Asia (including Persia), Southeast Asia, the Himalayas, China, Korea and Japan. There are 2,500 works on display in the permanent collection. The museum has become a focus for special and traveling exhibitions, including: the first major Chinese exhibition to travel outside China since the end of World War II (in 1975), an archaeological exhibition which attracted 800,000 visitors over an eight-week period, and an exhibition on wisdom and compassion opened by the Dalai Lama in 1991.
  22. de Young Museum

    50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Drive
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    The de Young Museum showcases American art from the 17th through the 21st centuries, international contemporary art, textiles, and costumes, and art from the Americas, the Pacific and Africa.
  23. Contemporary Jewish Museum

    The museum began in 1984 as the Jewish Community Museum located in San Francisco’s financial district. Ten years later, the board decided to move to the Yerba Buena Gardens on Mission Street. Architect Peter Eisenman proposed a design for the new building, but the museum’s trustees and local residents rejected it. In 1998, the museum hired Daniel Libeskind and construction began in 2006. The museum has no permanent collection. Instead, it curates and hosts a broad array of exhibitions, such as “In the Beginning: Artists Respond to Genesis” and "From The New Yorker to Shrek: The Art of William Steig," throughout the year.
  24. Exploratorium

    The Exploratorium is a museum in San Francisco that has created over 1,000 participatory exhibits that mix science and art, almost all of which were made onsite. It is considered by some to be the prototype for participatory museums around the world. It has been engaged in the professional development of teachers, science education reform, and the promotion of museums as informal education centers since its founding in the Palace of Fine Arts in 1969 by physicist and educator Frank Oppenheimer. Since Oppenheimer's death in 1985, the Exploratorium has expanded into other domains, including online communities, and has helped to create an international network of museums working to solve problems with general science education.[4] The Exploratorium offers visitors a variety of ways—including exhibits, webcasts, websites and events—to explore and understand the world around them.
  25. Cartoon Art Museum

    The Cartoon Art Museum (CAM) is a California art museum that specializes in the art of comics and cartoons. It is the only museum in the Western United States dedicated to the preservation and exhibition of all forms of cartoon art. The permanent collection features some 6,000 pieces, including original animation cels, comic book pages and early newspaper comic strips. The museum is located in the Yerba Buena Gardens cultural district of San Francisco, in the South of Market neighborhood.
  26. The Walt Disney Family Museum

    The 40,000 square foot space in the main museum building features the newest technology and historic materials and artifacts to bring Disney’s achievements to life, with interactive galleries that include early drawings and animation, movies, music, listening stations, and a 12-foot diameter model of Disneyland. The lobby displays 248 awards that Disney won during his career, including the Presidential Medal of Freedom and many Academy Awards--including the honorary award for Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, which consists of one full-sized Oscar alongside seven miniature ones. There is also a Fantasia-inspired state-of-the-art digital Theater on the lower level of the museum, which screens Disney classics daily. There are ten permanent galleries, starting with Walt Disney's ancestral history and ending with his death on December 15th, 1966.
  27. Museum of the African Diaspora

    The Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD) is a museum in San Francisco, California, documenting the African diaspora. The museum focuses on North America, the Caribbean, and South America, and traces the history of the African slave trade, African people's liberation movements in Africa and the New World, African music and its legacy in other musical forms, among other subjects. It is located inside St. Regis's new 42-story St. Regis Museum Tower, next to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. The museum, and the building, opened in 2005.
  28. House of Prime Rib

    House of Prime Rib is a San Francisco Landmark. Our juicy and delicious Prime Rib is made from the highest quality corn-fed beef available.
  29. Swan Oyster Depot

    Celebrating almost 100 years in San Francisco. We are one of the oldest family owned restaurants in the world. We have a fine selection of crab, and most sea foods. Please come check us out and let us know what you think. You'll have a great time here, we promise. Thanks, and we hope to see you soon!
  30. Fleur De Lys

    A truly original cuisine featuring contemporary French cooking with Mediterranean accents has emerged from Keller’s rich and varied career. He observes classic French principles and maintains a California-style commitment to health while incorporating the culinary traditions of Alsace, Brazil, and San Francisco. Accordingly, he pioneered a six-course vegetarian menu for Fleur de Lys making it the first fine-dining American restaurant to offer this option. Keller’s cooking maximizes the intrinsic goodness of pure flavors and high quality ingredients while using minimal butter and cream. His healthful cuisine led Dr. Dean Ornish, the noted cardiologist, to ask Keller to contribute recipes to Dr. Ornish’s best selling cookbook, Eat More, Weigh Less.

    Restaurant Gary Danko a Zagat Favorite for the last 10 Years.
  32. Brenda's French Soul Food

    In 2007 when I decided to open my own little spot, I coined the phrase “French Soul Food” to describe my personal style of cuisine that I wanted to bring to the public. What I hope to convey is a soulful mixture of Southern, Creole and French cuisines presented in a down-home style and atmosphere. Fueled by an unwavering desire to see an idea through and one super supportive girlfriend, I was able to turn a shoddy Tenderloin greasy spoon found on Craigslist into my dream restaurant. One wedding and thousands of Yelp reviews later and Brenda’s is still going strong. If you’re craving something soulful, satisfying and sexy come by and try us out. If you already have, and keep coming back for more, then—thanks!
  33. Scoma's

    Welcome to Scoma's — our San Francisco waterfront restaurant steeped in a family history of quality and service. Family owned and operated after nearly 50 years, our crab cakes made with Dungeness crab, hearty cioppino and fresh, sustainable seafood make dining with us a true San Francisco tradition. Stir in our award-winning wine list, unsurpassed views, warm welcome and gracious service and you’ll find a favorite dining destination for generations of locals and visitors alike. Scoma’s restaurant is committed to protecting and preserving the environment, and holds a licensed fish preparation station, which permits public viewing of seafood as it’s prepared for the kitchen daily.  We even offer complimentary valet parking, unheard of in San Francisco! Enjoy Scoma’s at home with our delicious San Francisco style seafood cakes, available at grocery stores throughout Northern California.
  34. Acquerello

    Named for its original watercolors, Acquerello envelops guests in a warm and gracious atmosphere the moment they arrive. A recent renovation of the 22-year old restaurant, led by designer John Wheatman, highlights the former chapel, graced with arches and a rustic wood-beamed vaulted ceiling, with warm Mediterranean colors of gold and terracotta. Co-owners Giancarlo Paterlini and Suzette Gresham-Tognetti work together to provide an unparallel Italian dining experience. Acquerello has received countless awards, including a Michelin star in the first-ever 2007 Bay Area guide, as well as 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011. The 45 seat dining room is softly illuminated with light from polished brass lamps which dances off an extensive collection of crystal decanters and a large floral bouquet greeting guests as they enter.
  35. Thai Idea Vegetarian

    Taste the good life inspired by good times, good people, and good places. We pair organic wines and beers with our artisan, internationally-inspired Thai vegetarian and savory veggies. We offer lunch and a dinner menu for the later side.
  36. Kokkari Estiatorio

    The ancient Greeks (Hellenes) made countless contributions to the modern world culture. From philosophy to architecture to mathematics to Hellenic cuisine, their achievements are legendary. Now, a San Francisco restaurant, Kokkari Estiatorio, celebrates another accomplishment - cuisine fit for the gods. Named after a small fishing village on the island of Samos in the Aegean Sea, Kokkari is the sister restaurant to acclaimed Evvia Estiatorio in Palo Alto, California. Legend tells us that Kokkari is the site where Orion, son of the Greek god Poseidon, fell in love with the daughter of the King of Chios. For the love of her, Orion foraged the island for wild game and seafood to prepare elaborate banquets. On entering Kokkari, guests experience the old-world charm of a rustic Mediterranean country inn on the shores of the Aegean. An inviting fireplace, extensive woodwork, hand-made pottery and freshly picked flowers all reflect the warmth and tradition of ages-old hospitality.
  37. Henry's Hunan Restaurant

    We strive to offer you with superior Chinese cuisine coupled with an enjoyable dining experience. We offer a delightful menu, which features a variety of specialties prepared only with the highest quality ingredients. We have been in business since 1974 and our reputation is known throughout San Francisco and the Bay Area. So, if you are in the mood for great food in a clean comfortable environment, come with us today, you’ll be glad you did. For your convenience we offer lunch, dine-in and take-out services.
  38. Pakwan Restaurant

    Pakwan, in USA is recognized as the ultimate in taste. In US, we have attempted to recreate the ambiance, atmosphere and the flavors that can give you true taste of Pakistani and Indian food. We hope your visit to our Pakwan Restaurant will give you a glimpse of Subcontinent and its rich cultures.
  39. Ristorante Umbria

    This family-owned restaurant serves authentic Italian dishes from the Umbrian region of Italy. We serve the finest homemade pastas and use the freshest ingredients in all of our recipes. Explore the flavors of Umbria with our selections of antipasti, panini, insalate, pasta, and main entrées, during lunch, dinner, or your next private event. Finish off your meal with one of our special desserts, a delightful menu of Italian sweets that change daily. A special portfolio of wines has been selected to complement our unique menu, with vintages from both Italy and California. Relax with a glass of Sagrantino and enjoy our exceptional service. While dining at Ristorante Umbria, you are treated like family. Critics will agree...Ristorante Umbria is a warm, inviting atmosphere, which makes you feel as if you are in the heart of Italy. Come experience Italy for yourself!
  40. Patxi's Chicago Pizza

    Patxi’s began in the summer of 2004 in Palo Alto, CA, when a pizza lover and avid entrepreneur, Bill Freeman, partnered with an old friend and expert pizza maker, Francisco “Patxi” Azpiroz. Today, nearly a decade and multiple locations later, the pair have turned their passion for fresh deep dish pizza and genuine hospitality into a signature experience that can only be summed up as “Patxi’s.” Much more than just another pizza joint, Patxi’s embodies what your favorite neighborhood restaurant should be—a warm, welcoming place where you can share a delicious meal with friends and family and feel like you’ve belonged all along. As we continue to grow and bring the Patxi’s experience to more communities across the country, we’ll stay true to our roots and never forget what makes each bite of our pizza so special. When you walk through our doors, you’re in for treat. When you sit down at our table, you’re family. Welcome home.
  41. Ken's Kitchen

    We are located on 700 Polk Street (on the corner of Eddy) in San Francisco, CA. Our hours are from 11:00 a.m. to 10 p.m. and we serve fresh and flavorful Chinese cuisine. Be sure to give us a call if you are hungry and want some authentic Chinese food delivered right to your door ($10 minimum order). We also do Banquets, Catering, Dine-In and Take-Out orders. Be sure to check out our Menu page for easy online ordering.
  42. Opera House

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    301 Van Ness Avenue San Francisco, CA 94102
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    San Francisco Opera is the second largest opera company in North America. Gaetano Merola and Kurt Herbert Adler were the Company’s first two general directors. Merola led the Company from its founding in 1923 until his death in 1953; Adler was in charge from 1953 through 1981.
  43. Louise M. Davies Symphony Hall

    Louise M. Davies Symphony Hall is the concert hall component of the San Francisco War Memorial and Performing Arts Center in San Francisco, California. The 2,743 seat hall was completed in 1980 at a cost of US$28 million to give the San Francisco Symphony a permanent home..[1] Previously, the symphony shared the neighboring War Memorial Opera House with the San Francisco Opera and San Francisco Ballet. The construction of Davies Hall allowed the symphony to expand to a full-time, year-round schedule.
  44. Curran Theatre

    The Curran Theatre is located in San Francisco and was named by its first owner, Homer Curran. The theatre is currently owned by Carole Shorenstein Hays and is operated by SHN (theatres)
  45. Orpheum Theater

    The SHN Orpheum Theatre is a performance venue located at 1192 Market at Hyde Street in the Civic Center district of San Francisco, California. The theatre first opened in 1926 as one of the many designed by architect B. Marcus Priteca for theater-circuit owner Alexander Pantages. The interior features a vaulted ceiling while the facade was patterned after a 12th-century French cathedral. The Orpheum seats 2,203 guests. In 1998, there was a $20 million renovation completed to make the Orpheum more suitable for Broadway shows after a previous renovation in the 1970s. The Orpheum is a Locally Designated San Francisco Landmark as determined by the San Francisco Landmarks Preservation Advisory Board. The theatre has hosted a number of Broadway shows, and from April 30 to May 4, 2007, hosted Late Night with Conan O'Brien, and was recently home to a two year sit-down production of the musical Wicked from January 27, 2009 through September 2010.
  46. American Conservatory Theater

    American Conservatory Theater (A.C.T.) is a large non-profit theater company in San Francisco, California, that offers both classical and contemporary theater productions. A.C.T. was founded in 1965 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in conjunction with the Pittsburgh Playhouse and Carnegie Mellon University by theatre and opera director William Ball. By invitation from San Francisco philanthropists and officials, Ball relocated the company to San Francisco and astonished the theatre world by presenting twenty-seven fully staged productions in rotating repertory, in two different theatres, the Geary and the Marine's Memorial Theatre, during the first 40-week season. San Francisco Chronicle critic Paine Knickerbocker acclaimed Ball's opening performance of Molière's Tartuffe as "a screaming, bellowing unbelievable triumph."
  47. San Francisco International Airport

    San Francisco International Airport (IATA: SFO, ICAO: KSFO, FAA LID: SFO) is a major international airport located 13 miles (21 km) south of downtown San Francisco, California, United States, near the cities of Millbrae and San Bruno in unincorporated San Mateo County. It is often referred to as SFO (from "San FranciscO"). The airport has flights to points throughout North America and is a major gateway to Europe and Asia.
  48. Oakland International Airport

  49. Mineta San Jose International Airport

    1701 Airport Boulevard
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