San Francisco visitor attractions

Muir Woods, San Francisco, CA
Majestic Redwood trees dominate Muir Woods, located just north of San Francisco in California.


San Francisco's cable cars: Yesterday and today
San Francisco's iconic cable cars are a singular experience with a long history in the City by the Bay.


Golden Gate National Recreation Area, San Francisco
The Golden Gate NRA is a massive outdoor area just outside of San Francisco. Here you can pursue any outdoor activity.


Japanese Tea Garden, Golden Gate Park
San Francisco's Golden Gate Park is home to the oldest public Japanese garden in all of California, the Japanese Tea Garden.


The de Young Museum, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco
Opened in 2005 in its new building, the de Young Museum was established in 1894 and today has one of the best collections of art in the United States


The Palace of Fine Arts, San Francisco
Located in the Marina District of San Francisco, California, the Palace of Fine Arts is one place to visit on your way to the Golden Gate Bridge.


Golden Gate Park, San Francisco
Located just north of the Sunset District you will find that the Golden Gate Park has something for young and old alike.


My favorite hike: Angel Island State Park, San Francisco
Angel Island State Park is home to my favorite hike in the San Francisco area. This state park is beautiful, with views of San Francisco and the surrounding areas. The hike itself is about 5 miles and covers beaches, forests, and gets you one of the most beautiful views of the Golden Gate Bridge.


Angel Island, San Francisco Bay, California
A very popular outdoor destination in the San Francisco area, Angel Island is a favorite.


Alcatraz prison, San Francisco
Alcatraz Island, more commonly known as "The Rock", was the home of perhaps one of the most infamous state prisons in America.


Conservatory of Flowers, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco
A San Francisco attraction for over a century, the Conservatory of Flowers has seen many ups and downs throughout its history. Originally built in 1878, it has survived fires, boiler explosions and economic crises that threatened to end its existence.



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