An introductory guide for things to do in San Francisco

Natural vistas, alleyway galleries, top-notch restaurants, magnificent museums, bay cruises and innumerable green spaces make San Francisco a popular tourist destination. Situated at the north end of the San Francisco Peninsula, the city offers plethora of tourist attractions that are dotted everywhere in San Francisco. Some must things to do in San Francisco are discussed here in brief.

California Academy of Sciences

It is a museum and scientific institution situated in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park. This tourist spot is dedicated to exploring, explaining and sustaining various life forms on the earth. The California Academy of Sciences is home to the best aquarium, planetarium and natural history museum. Plan your visit to explore various attractions of this museum.

Ocean Beach

Situated on the west coast of San Francisco, bordered by the Pacific Ocean and adjacent to Golden Gate Park, the Richmond District and the Sunset District, the Ocean Beach is one of the largest beaches of San Francisco. Visit the beach to enjoy the cool breezes, salty air, listen to the cries of the seagulls, sounds of colliding surf and reconnect with the nature.

Fisherman’s Wharf

It’s a neighborhood and famous tourist spot in San Francisco. It includes the northern waterfront area of San Francisco from Ghirardelli Square or Van Ness Avenue to Pier 35 or Kearny Street. Visitors can explore unique attractions such as National Liberty Ship Memorial, Madame Tussauds, Sea Lion Center, theaters, comedy clubs and much more.

Chinatown

This tourist spot is the largest and oldest in North America. The elegantly designed Dragon Gate at the entrance is an amazing marvel of Chinatown. Explore an array of shops, restaurants and other charms of Chinatown scattered in every nook and corner.

Book your trip to San Francisco to have memorable time with your family and friends.

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