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Sightseeing in San Francisco Bay

Farmers Market
“Market inside Ferry Building with a diverse selection of famous SF eateries: Hog Island Oyster Co, Acme Bread, Cowgirl Creamery, Blue Bottle, Miette and more.”
490 locals recommend
Historic Site
“A fascinating site, with much history. Be sure to rent the audio as the sound track & inmate interviews make this place come alive. Its a nice ferry ride to the island, offering great views of the City. During peak summer months, recommend securing tickets well in advance at they sell out week(s) in advance. ”
215 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“You have to visit to see the beauty of this place. There also is the world famous San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. ”
183 locals recommend
Monument / Landmark
“This famously crooked block of Lombard St is an iconic SF landmark and a great place to get a view of the city.”
146 locals recommend
Indie Movie Theater
“This old-school movie palace has been a fixture in the Castro neighborhood since 1922. The grand interior and signature pre-show organ music are worth the price of admission alone — but stick around for their ever-changing roster of classic films, spirited sing-alongs, and rotating film festivals. Absolutely one of our favorite destinations in SF!”
239 locals recommend
Historic Site
“Probably no description needed here... the 24 bus just out the doorstep takes you there in 4 quick stops.. then maybe stop by Little Star for some delicious pizza or 4505 bbq for amazing briskets afterwards ”
156 locals recommend
Historic Site
“A big pool burned down, and the ruins were so pretty, we just left them there.”
141 locals recommend
Farmers Market
“Charming restored original ferry terminal, now housing unusual shops, food markets and restaurants ( famous Slanted Door is here and my fav, Hog Island Oyster.) Nice views of the Bay. Suggest you take the restored street car (MUNI) line from the Castro down Market Street to the Ferry Bldg, that will give you a better sense of SF along the ride. ”
55 locals recommend
“What on earth is this fancy Merry-Go-Round doing in a park in the Berkeley Hills? Well, they had to put it somewhere. There are also snacks and coffee inside, but don't expect the cafe quality you would find in town.”
33 locals recommend
Historic Site
“I love this place and not enough people go there, which is likely a good thing. Many other great things to do as is near Crissy field and GG bridge, etc. A small drive from my place but worth it!”
56 locals recommend
“Nice wildlife museum close to Martinez without all of the crowds. Take a picnic and enjoy Larkey Park while you are in the vicinity. ”
6 locals recommend
Farmers Market
“An awesome place to be on the weekend for their farmer's market! Take the 5 directly there for great shops and food.”
32 locals recommend
Historic Site
“It's FREE! It's an amazing National Park Service museum that winds its way through wartime America up to the Richmond Harbor, the site of largest ship building complex in the world during WWII, owned by Henry J Kaiser. The museum chronicles the migration of a large population, especially from the south, in hopes of finding jobs during wartime. What you may be surprised to know is that woman power was in large part behind the construction of these ships. Visit:”
26 locals recommend
Historic Site
“Whether you enjoy the sunrise or sunset, this is a local favorite to view the Golden Gate bridge. (A must see)”
18 locals recommend
“Get off on 18th st stop. Walk two blocks on Dolores st to 16th st. One of the oldest structures in San Francisco.”
52 locals recommend
Monument / Landmark
“This is a fun, free and fascinating place to walk around in Golden Gate Park. Go to the Java Cafe and Ocean Beach while you are in the area. ”
27 locals recommend