Top 10 Things to do in Mission District, California (CA)

May 21, 2022 Margarita Chappel

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.
Restaurants in San Francisco

1. Tours By Lily

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Tours By Lily

Tours By Lily offers small-group walking and public transportation tours of San Francisco, visiting the lesser known areas of the City and exploring the hidden gems of SF. Tours By Lily offers tours in: the Mission, Chinatown, Bernal Heights, Haight-Ashbury, North Beach and Pier 39. Tours include walking tours, food tours and all-day exploration tours.

2. Isla Studio Photography Classes

612 Alabama St, San Francisco, CA 94108-1304 +1 415-234-0696 [email protected] http://islastudio.com/classes
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Isla Studio Photography Classes

Our most popular class is the Beginner's Photography Class, which is held on weekends. Whether you are new to digital photography, or just want to brush up on your skills, check out this class. You’ll never miss a memory just because you didn't know how to capture it with your DSLR. If you are not a beginner, or have already taken the Beginner’s Photography Class, the Adobe Lightroom Class is the class for you. For those looking to work on the skills they learned in class, the Photo Walk classes are essential.

3. Urban Hiker SF- Day Tours

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Urban Hiker SF- Day Tours

Urban Hiker SF helps you get killer views with your workout while you discover the hidden parks, stairways, and hiking trails of San Francisco. We'll give you a fun way to exercise and see the city while learning some San Francisco history along the way.To book a tour, choose from one of our favorite hikes, or we can customize a hike for you.All of our hikes include hills, but if you're in decent shape, you should have no problem joining us. We can adapt our pace to your experience and fitness level.

4. Secret Food Tours San Francisco

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Secret Food Tours San Francisco

On our San Francisco Secret Food Tours, we will take you on a tasting adventure with both delicious foods, drinks and with some mouth-watering local and international influences. We will entertain you with stories of the city and its history, and you will end up with a belly full of food and a greater understanding of the cuisine, the culture and fusion that created it.

5. Dubbelju Motorcycle Rentals

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Dubbelju Motorcycle Rentals

Dubbelju is a first-class motorcycle rental shop, conveniently located in San Francisco California. Founder, Wolfgang Taft and his dedicated team provide personal, friendly service, offer rich insights into the best roads to ride, and strive to ensure you return home with only the best of motorcycling memories. Dubbelju's diverse rental fleet is impeccably maintained and inspected before each ride, and you are given a complete overview of your bike prior to departure.

6. SF on Tap - Walking Craft Beer Tours

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SF on Tap - Walking Craft Beer Tours

Join us as we learn, drink, and celebrate craft beer on a neighborhood walking tour that visits 3 breweries/beer bars. Take a brewery tour, drink a bunch of great local beer, and learn fascinating insights about local breweries, San Francisco beer history, and the neighborhood you walk through! The neighborhoods we tour are SoMa, Haight-Ashbury, Fisherman's Wharf, North Beach, and The Dogpatch. Consider combining your tour with the official Alcatraz tour! Private group tours are also available. They are perfect for Bachelor and Bachelorette parties, birthdays, or when friends visit from out of town. They also make great corporate group tours and team building events.

7. Mission Bicycle Company

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Mission Bicycle Company

Experience San Francisco by bicycle. You’ll travel slow enough to catch each mural or stop for an unexpected cafe, yet fast enough to see the bay in the East, the ocean in the West, and the city between. San Francisco is a bike-sized city. Go ahead, see for yourself. Mission Bicycle leads intimate guided tours and offers 24-hour bicycle rentals, both on unique geared or single speed bicycles. Helmet, lights, lock, and messenger bag included. Visit our website for tour descriptions and more information.

8. 500 Capp Street Foundation

500 Capp St Capp & 20th Streets, San Francisco, CA 94110-2516 +1 415-872-9240 [email protected] http://500cappstreet.org
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500 Capp Street Foundation

The 500 Capp Street Foundation carries on the legacy of late conceptual artist David Ireland by affording a broad audience the opportunity to experience his home and masterpiece as well as his extant body of work. In the spirit of Ireland, the Foundation conducts public tours and events, hosts a residency program, and maintains a permanent archive of personal papers, photographs and publications a

9. Eristavi Family Winery

1300 Potrero Ave Just South of 25th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110-3525 +1 415-578-0599 http://eristaviwinery.com
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Eristavi Family Winery

10. Mission Dolores

3321 16th St Mission District, San Francisco, CA 94114-1712 +1 415-621-8203 [email protected] http://www.missiondolores.org
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Mission Dolores

The oldest building in San Francisco features adobe walls, original tiles and timbers lashed together with rawhide and hand-carved altars.

Reviewed By mini - Fremont, United States

I visited Mission Delores. its the Northern most mission of Father Junipero Serra's in California. It started in 1782-1791. It was built by Ohone Native Americans. It is located in the Mission District of San Francisco. I took the self guided tour of the mission. I saw the smaller church, I saw pictures of Pope John Paul II visiting the church in April 27, 2014. The Basilica (larger church) was quite religiously impressive with statues, organ, stained glass, and domed roof. There is a small museum. The grave yard area was very interesting to visit. There is an example of an Ohlone Native American home. There is also a statue of Junipero Serra. To end the tour, I visited the gift shop. Staff is welcoming and very nice.

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