Attractions in San Francisco

AT&T Park
Found right near the waterfront, AT&T Park is the home base of the San Francisco Giants. In this beautiful facility, this Major League Baseball team plays for visitors and for proud Bay Area residents. For hungry game attendees, the ballpark food is delicious. Exploring the venue is also rewarding, and the views of the Bay are stunning. All stadium seats are good even during a sold-out game. Arriving early for an event is recommended.

Cable Car Museum
An intriguing little museum about one of the landmark transportation options in San Francisco, the Cable Car Museum has something interesting for all ages. The admission is free. Displays tell the history of the cars, and the pictures and memorabilia are captivating. Visitors even can tour underground where the moving cable is installed. The tour takes about an hour.

China Town
A fantastic place to take a self or guided stroll, visitors can find the best in Asian cuisine as well as souvenirs and cultural enrichment. The beautiful and unique architecture is fascinating. The many shops sell everything from clothing to cookware. Wonderful teas, spices, and medicinal herbs are found at excellent prices as well. Museums, the place where fortune cookies are manufactured, and other worthwhile attractions can all be found within China Town.

Grace Cathedral
On California Street on top of Nob Hill, Grace Cathedral is the largest Gothic styled church in the city and takes up an entire block. Where a welcoming contemporary Episcopal congregation worships, guests soon feel at home. An Aids memorial chapel is found to the right of the front door. Open to the public, evening musical concerts include those given by a men and boys' choir and other groups. Visitors are free to take self-tours when no event is taking place. A garden labyrinth is on the front grounds. The church also has an indoor labyrinth and inspiring stained glass windows.

SS Jeremiah O'Brian
A Historic ship that saw action in World War II, children and adults will enjoy exploring this huge vessel docked at Fishermen's Wharf. An audio tour expands the understanding and appreciation of the significance of this ship and its history. Notable features are the size of the interior rooms, the layout on deck and below, and the three-cylinder engine. A tour takes an hour or less. From the deck, the view of the Bay is amazing any time of the year.