There is so much to see and do here, the third most visited city park in the country. Visit the...
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San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf
A food lover's haven, Fisherman's Wharf boasts some of the best dining in the world. There is something for every palate to enjoy. Dungeness crab, anyone? Walk the pier, shop for unique souvenirs, enjoy all types of live entertainment day and night, watch sea lions bask and play, ride a famed cable car…there is so much to do at this national treasure. And then there are the views.
Things to do in Fisherman's Wharf:
Leaving Coit Tower and the North Beach district behind we begin to curve to the west as we enter the center of San Francisco tourism...Fisherman's Wharf. This district is something of a cross between an ongoing street festival and a tourist trap.
Don't miss it! Fresh Dungeness Crab, off the boat that morning (Fish Alley, the commercial docks, are just a few blocks away), pulled from a steaming cauldron set up right by the sidewalk and served with a delicious cocktail sauce...unforgettable.
- Pier 39
- Aquarium of the Bay
- Ripley’s Believe It or Not Museum
- San Francisco Maritime National Historic Park
- The Wax Museum
And different piers and docks where you can find Bay Cruises and Alcatraz Tours. They line The Embarcadero to help you visit San Francisco attractions located offshore. The Embarcadero morphs into Jefferson St. (Fish Alley) so we need to turn left onto Hyde St. and a right on Beach Street to reach one of the most famous landmarks in The City.
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