Every neighborhood in San Francisco has its own personality, from the hippie chic of the Upper Haight to the hipster grit of the Mission. The Marina district boasts trendy bistros and postcard-perfect views of the Golden Gate Bridge, while Noe Valley offers quaint and quiet boutiques. Wave hello to the sea lions at Pier 39, and sample local cheese and charcuterie at the Ferry Building. Sit in on a yoga session in Dolores Park or marvel at the Dutch Windmill across from Ocean Beach.
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4.5 based on 84 reviews
The Children's Creativity Museum is a hands-on multi-media art and technology experience for children ages 2-12 and their families. Exhibits encourage visitors to Imagine, Create and Share as they make their own stop-motion animation movie, take the Mystery Box Challenge, visit the Tech Lab to code robots, or experiment with instruments and sound in the Making Music exhibition. Our youngest visitors let their imagination run wild in the Imagination Lab.
Great place for kids with a lot of fun things to do (especially on a rainy day when we were there). Staff were very nice and clearly enjoyed what they were doing. Pretty reasonable for a few hours of entertainment as well. Note: cheap (and good) food options just across the street at the Metreon food plaza.
4.0 based on 311 reviews
Five acres of shade trees and murmuring fountains which adjoin the Moscone Convention Center.
I did a return visit to Yerba Buena Gardens. This park has a variety of museums such as the Children's Museum and Art Museum There is the big slide, carousel, bowling and ice skating. There is a large green area. By that green area is the Martin Luther King Memorial and Waterfalls. There are preformances at the Blue Shield of Califoria theater There are cafes such a Samovar Tea. It is also close to the Metreon Center and the Moscone Convention Center.
4.0 based on 37 reviews
My wife and I have traveled to San Francisco for many years and we always end up strolling around Huntington Park on Nob Hill. That may sound strange in a city that offers so much to see, but this park speaks volumes about the city. It is a step back to a time when San Francisco represented more than tech companies. The centerpiece of the park is the Fountain of the Tortoises which is encircled by benches. Residents from the surrounding neighborhood frequent the park throughout the day, many with their dogs. Regardless of the time of day, a few minutes viewing the fountain and soaking in the ambiance will transport you back to a gentler time.
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