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Caption826 Valencia Local literary lion Dave Eggers opened this non-profit kids' writing centre in 2002 an essential destination for those travelling with young aspiring. Alcatraz 'Alcatraz' is Spanish for pelican but to its inmates it was simply known as 'the Rock'. The West Coast's first lighthouse was built here in 1854 but it... Angel Island Blue & Gold runs a ferry service to Angel Island; times vary with the season so check online or call ahead before setting out. Boats arrive at the Ayala... Aquarium of the Bay Clear acrylic underwater tunnels give visitors a diver's-eye view of the Bay while moving walkways take you through 300ft 91m of water past more than... Bay Area Discovery Museum This hands-on museum located just below the north ramp of the Golden Gate Bridge and boasting spectacular skyline views offers a load of hands-on... Beach Chalet & Park Chalet A perfect spot for sunset cocktails the Beach Chalet a historic Willis Polk-designed building on the coast is home to a fine restaurant and brewpub. The... California Academy of Sciences How has life on earth evolved? How do we foster the respect needed to preserve and protect its future? These are the themes the California Academy of... Cathedral of St Mary of the Assumption Dominating the skyline the exterior of this 1970 cathedral is stark a flowing sculptural structure some say it resembles the blades of a washing... Chabot Space & Science Center High in the Oakland Hills the Chabot combines a superbly equipped state-of-the-art planetarium with an observatory and film theatre; the latter runs 70mm... Children's Fairyland Legend has it that Walt Disney was so taken with this whimsical theme park when he saw it in 1950 that he decided to build his own. Kids can follow Alice... Chinese Culture Center Linked to Portsmouth Square by a footbridge and located on the third floor of a Hilton hotel the Center hosts a variety of events including Asian-themed... City Hall Built in 1915 to designs by Arthur Brown and John Bakewell City Hall is the epitome of the Beaux Arts style visible across the whole Civic Center. The... Cliff House After a fire in 1894 a magnificent eight-storey Victorian turreted palace replaced the original 1860s house on this site. However only a year after... Coit Tower This 210ft 64m concrete turret built by City Hall architect Arthur Brown in 1933 was a gift to the city from the eccentric Lillie Hitchcock Coit famed... Columbarium This round domed neo-classical rotunda is honeycombed with hundreds of niches all filled with lavishly and individualistically decorated cremation urns.... Union Street Festival This weekend-long street fair draws a six-figure crowd each June with its artists' stands food stalls bands and assorted other entertainments. Haight Ashbury Street Fair It's the Summer of Love all over again with more than 200 booths of greasy food hippie craftwork and enough roach-clips skins bongs and hash pipes to fill out a Cheech and Chong script. Live music comes courtesy of local acts. North Beach Festival Whip out the beret and bang out a rhythm on the bongos daddio it's San Francisco's oldest street party held in the birthplace of the beatniks. The North Beach Festival is heavy on art and crafts but there's also live music wine and inevitably plenty of top-notch Italian food. Summer Solstice
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