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Sights to See in San Francisco
San Francisco Zoo is one of Sights to See in San Francisco.

1. San Francisco Zoo

8.7
1 Zoo Rd (btwn Sloat Blvd & Armory Rd), San Francisco, CA
Mostra zoologica · Lakeshore · 166 consigli e recensioni

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? The zoo traces its roots to 1889 when publishing magnate William Randolph Hearst gave the city a grizzly bear named Monarch. Monarch was later the model for the bear on California’s flag Leggi tutto.

Children's Zoo is one of Sights to See in San Francisco.

2. Children's Zoo

7.9
1 Zoo Rd, San Francisco, CA
Zoo · Lakeshore · 5 consigli e recensioni

San Francisco ZooSan Francisco Zoo: The Children's Zoo is home to our Meerkats and Prairie Dogs, Insect Zoo, Animal Resource Center, Barnyard and much more! A must see part of our zoo - it's fun for children and adults!

Japanese Tea Garden is one of Sights to See in San Francisco.

3. Japanese Tea Garden

8.3
75 Hagiwara Tea Garden Dr (btwn John F Kennedy Dr & Martin Luther King Jr Dr), San Francisco, CA
Giardino · Golden Gate Park · 189 consigli e recensioni

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? Built in 1894, the garden is the oldest Japanese-style garden in the United States. Leggi tutto.

Cartoon Art Museum is one of Sights to See in San Francisco.

4. Cartoon Art Museum

655 Mission St (btwn New Montgomery & 3rd), San Francisco, CA
Museo d'arte · SoMa · 26 consigli e recensioni

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? The word cartoon comes from the Italian “cartone” meaning a large piece of paper. In renaissance art, a cartoon was a full-size drawing used as a guide for frescoes and tapestries Leggi tutto.

Oracle Park is one of Sights to See in San Francisco.

5. Oracle Park

9.2
24 Willie Mays Plz (at King & 3rd St), San Francisco, CA
Stadio di baseball · South Beach · 477 consigli e recensioni

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? Founded in 1883 in New York, the Giants were originally called the Gothams. It’s said the name was changed when Jim Mutrie, the team’s first manager, shouted "My big fellows! My giants!" Leggi tutto.

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art is one of Sights to See in San Francisco.

6. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

9.4
151 3rd St (btwn Mission & Howard St), San Francisco, CA
Museo d'arte · SoMa · 241 consigli e recensioni

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? Opened in 1935, SFMOMA was the first museum on the West Coast dedicated to contemporary and modern art. It was also one of the first museums to recognize photography as a fine art. Leggi tutto.

Angel Island State Park is one of Sights to See in San Francisco.

7. Angel Island State Park

9.2
Angel Island State Park, Tiburon, CA
Parco statale/provinciale · 39 consigli e recensioni

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? 3000 years ago, Angel Island was an important fishing and hunting area for the coastal Miwok tribe. They hunted the island’s deer, sea fowl, seals and sea lions, and otters. Leggi tutto.

Coit Tower is one of Sights to See in San Francisco.

8. Coit Tower

8.7
1 Telegraph Hill Blvd (btwn Lombard & Union St), San Francisco, CA
Monumento / Punto di riferimento · Telegraph Hill · 325 consigli e recensioni

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? The tower was built in honor of Lillie Coit, a volunteer firefighter. Her habits of gambling, smoking cigars, and wearing trousers made her a colorful character in her time. Leggi tutto.

Chinatown is one of Sights to See in San Francisco.

9. Chinatown

San Francisco, CA
Quartiere · 134 consigli e recensioni

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? San Francisco’s Chinatown is the oldest in North America and the largest outside of Asia. Leggi tutto.

Children's Creativity Museum is one of Sights to See in San Francisco.

10. Children's Creativity Museum

8.1
221 4th St (at Howard St), San Francisco, CA
Museo · SoMa · 34 consigli e recensioni

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? The carousel was built in 1906 by noted designer Charles Looff. Its hand-carved animals lived at San Francisco’s amusement park, Playland-at-the-Beach until it closed in 1972. Leggi tutto.

Aquarium of the Bay is one of Sights to See in San Francisco.

11. Aquarium of the Bay

6.7
Pier 39 (at The Embarcadero), San Francisco, CA
Acquario · Fishermans Wharf · 105 consigli e recensioni

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? Scientists estimate that fish have been on Earth for over 500 million years. Many species are thought to be virtually unchanged from their ancient ancestors. Leggi tutto.

Exploratorium is one of Sights to See in San Francisco.

12. Exploratorium

9.1
Pier 15 (at The Embarcadero), San Francisco, CA
Musei di scienze · Northern Waterfront · 333 consigli e recensioni

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? The Exploratorium was founded by Dr. Frank Oppenheimer, a scientist who worked on the Manhattan Project during World War II, which resulted in the development of the first atomic bomb. Leggi tutto.

Lawrence Hall of Science is one of Sights to See in San Francisco.

13. Lawrence Hall of Science

7.6
1 Centennial Dr (at UC Berkeley), Berkeley, CA
Musei di scienze · University of California-Berkeley · 29 consigli e recensioni

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? Lawrence Hall of Science is named for Ernest O. Lawrence who, in 1930, discovered a way to “smash” atoms; work for which he later won the Nobel Peace Prize. Leggi tutto.

Chabot Space & Science Center is one of Sights to See in San Francisco.

14. Chabot Space & Science Center

8.6
10000 Skyline Blvd (Joaquin Miller Rd), Oakland, CA
Musei di scienze · 28 consigli e recensioni

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? Founded in 1883, Chabot Space and Science Center is today the largest public telescope facility in the nation. Leggi tutto.

Yerba Buena Gardens is one of Sights to See in San Francisco.

15. Yerba Buena Gardens

9.3
745 Mission St (btwn 3rd & 4th St), San Francisco, CA
Parco · SoMa · 154 consigli e recensioni

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? Yerba Buena was named in 1835 by English settler William A. Richardson. The name, Spanish for “good herb,” came from the wild mint that grew rampant in the hills. Leggi tutto.

Alcatraz Island is one of Sights to See in San Francisco.

16. Alcatraz Island

9.3
Golden Gate National Recreation Area (San Francisco Bay), San Francisco, CA
Sito storico · 504 consigli e recensioni

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? Long before “The Rock” was a prison, it was likely used by indigenous Native Americans as a place of isolation or ostracization for tribe members who had violated tribal law. Leggi tutto.

Adventure Playground is one of Sights to See in San Francisco.

17. Adventure Playground

8.4
160 University Ave, Berkeley, CA
Parco giochi · Berkeley Marina · 10 consigli e recensioni

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? Adventure playgrounds originated in Europe during World War II. Currently there are about 1000 such playgrounds in Europe and Japan, but only 2 in the United States. Leggi tutto.

Palace of Fine Arts is one of Sights to See in San Francisco.

18. Palace of Fine Arts

9.5
3301 Lyon St (btwn Bay & Jefferson St), San Francisco, CA
Sito storico · Marina District · 206 consigli e recensioni

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? The Palace’s design is based on a Roman ruin. It was built for the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition, in honor of the discovery of the Pacific Ocean and the completion of the Panama Canal. Leggi tutto.

Conservatory of Flowers is one of Sights to See in San Francisco.

19. Conservatory of Flowers

9.2
100 J F Kennedy Dr (at Conservatory Dr W), San Francisco, CA
Giardino · Golden Gate Park · 77 consigli e recensioni

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? The elaborate glass and wood Victorian greenhouse is the oldest building in the park, and the oldest conservatory of its kind in North America. Leggi tutto.

California Academy of Sciences is one of Sights to See in San Francisco.

20. California Academy of Sciences

9.3
55 Music Concourse Dr (at Martin Luther King Jr Dr), San Francisco, CA
Musei di scienze · Golden Gate Park · 512 consigli e recensioni

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? Founded in 1853, just three years after California joined the United States, the Academy of Sciences was the first institution of its kind west of the Atlantic seaboard. Leggi tutto.

Golden Gate Bridge is one of Sights to See in San Francisco.

21. Golden Gate Bridge

Golden Gate Brg S, San Francisco, CA
Ponte · 815 consigli e recensioni

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? The bridge gets its name from the Golden Gate Strait. Captain John C. Fremont named the strait "Chrysopylae" (Golden Gate) after a harbor in Istanbul called Chrysoceras or Golden Horn. Leggi tutto.

22. Golden Gate Park

9.6
501 Stanyan St (btwn Fulton St & Lincoln Way), San Francisco, CA
Parco · Golden Gate Park · 359 consigli e recensioni

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? The land the park occupies was once described as “a dreary desert.” Transforming the arid sandy dunes into the lush landscape it is today took years of work. Leggi tutto.

Lands End is one of Sights to See in San Francisco.

23. Lands End

9.6
El Camino Del Mar (at Point Lobos Ave), San Francisco, CA
Parco · Sea Cliff · 134 consigli e recensioni

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? The treacherously rocky coastline of Lands End has been the site of ten shipwrecks over the years – three of which are still visible at low tide. Leggi tutto.

Central Park is one of Sights to See in San Francisco.

24. Central Park

8.9
50 E 5th Ave (at S El Camino Real), San Mateo, CA
Parco · Central Park · 25 consigli e recensioni

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? The miniature train was installed in the park in the late 1940s. The company who built the locomotive also built Disneyland’s Matterhorn Roller Coaster. Leggi tutto.

Water Dog Lake Park is one of Sights to See in San Francisco.

25. Water Dog Lake Park

8.6
Water Dog Lake Park, Belmont, CA
Sentiero · 10 consigli e recensioni

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? The park isn’t named after soggy canines – the name refers to a kind of salamander, also known as mudpuppies, which make a sound similar to a dog’s bark. Leggi tutto.

Six Flags Discovery Kingdom is one of Sights to See in San Francisco.

26. Six Flags Discovery Kingdom

7.8
1001 Fairgrounds Dr, Vallejo, CA
Parco a tema · West Vallejo · 113 consigli e recensioni

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? The ancestors of roller coasters were steep, ice-covered wooden slides that were popular in Russia in the 16th and 17th centuries. Riders slid down in sleds, crash-landing in sand piles. Leggi tutto.