Learning is always fun at the Exploratorium, a playful, innovative, fully interactive museum devoted to science, culture, and astronomy, now moving to its new home on the Embarcadero.
It may not be the fastest way down Russian Hill, but the crooked hairpin turns of Lombard Street are definitely the most fun way to get between Hyde and Leavenworth.
Set sail from Fisherman’s Wharf on a fun and fascinating half-asphalt, half-ocean tour of San Francisco, in a World War II-inspired boat with wheels.
4 of 5 stars
Even if you’re not embarking on a bay voyage, splash over to the Ferry Building Marketplace for amazing produce, fresh flowers, in a gorgeous century-old ferry terminal.
I love the atmosphere, the people, the gardens, the food, the uniqueness of San Francisco. I really did leave my heart in San Francisco!
As far as a fun thing to do - the tour was great. The segway's were a ton of fun and really easy to control after the instruction time. My problem with the tour was the
It is a giant tourist spot, yes. It is crowded, of course. The trolley is a nightmare, can't change it. Still, the Fisherman's Wharf has unrivaled views of the Golden Gate
One of the best tours I've ever been on. The tour guide and driver were friendly, knowledgeable, and professional. Muir Woods is one of my favorite places on the whole
I was hardly impressed with City Lights, to say the least. Perhaps in this businesses golden beatnik era things were different. Small cramped space, rude staff, greatly
San Francisco is famous for its steep, straight streets but probably even more so for the cable cars that climb up and down them. The cable cars are both a tourist