Top 10 San Francisco Attractions
Golden Gate Bridge
The most famous bridge in the world, the Golden Gate Bridge is a must-see during your San Francisco vacation! Spanning 1.7 miles, it's accessible to cars, bikes and pedestrians.
Alcatraz Island not only features the infamous federal penitentiary, but also is the site of the first lighthouse, the first US built fort on the West Coast and more. Among the history is also beautiful gardens, tide pools, bird colonies and unbeatable Bay views.
Fisherman's Wharf & Pier 39
Fisherman's Wharf is the ultimate San Francisco experience. Enjoy fresh clam chowder in a famous sourdough bread bowl, see the sea lions at Pier 39 and enjoy the breathtaking views of the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz.
Better known as the "crookedest" street in the world (although it's not), Lombard Street was created in 1922 with eight hairpin turns. Insider tip: the best photo opportunity is at the bottom of the street looking up!
Sitting at the top of Telegraph Hill, Coit Tower has been an icon in San Francisco's skyline since 1933. Visit the observation deck for unbeatable 360-degree views of the city and the bay.
San Francisco Cable Cars
The famous San Francisco Cable Cars are the world's last manually-operated cable car system. Running since the late 19th century, no San Francisco trip is complete without a tour on the cable cars!
The California Academy of Sciences
Home to nearly 40,000 live animals, The California Academy of Sciences is a San Francisco favorite. This natural history museum features mesmerizing aquarium exhibits, faraway galaxies under the 75-foot Morrison Planetarium dome, and its very own four-story rainforest. Visit our front desk for more information on tickets and museum free days.
Named for it's location at the intersection of Haight and Ashbury, "The Haight" is an eclectic neighborhood showcasing it's hippie-bohemian past. Formerly the stomping grounds of musicians such as Janis Joplin and the Grateful Dead, the psychadelic history still lives on in the shops and boutiques in this neighborhood.
San Francisco Chinatown
San Francisco's Chinatown is the oldest Chinatown in North America and the largest Chinese community outside of Asia. Enjoy unique shops and delicious restaurants as you stroll through the bustling streets of Chinatown.
The open-air home of the San Francisco Giants boasts sweeping Bay views, an 80-foot Coca-Cola bottle, a giant baseball mitt and a nine-foot statue of legendary player Willie Mays. There is plenty to do and see while catching a game at AT&T Park!