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Find Fun for all Ages in the Bay Area
San Francisco is a great place to create lasting memories that will last a lifetime for the whole family. There are endless activities and sights to see that a few day stay might not be long enough to see all you want to. Here are some suggestions of things to do in the City by the Bay:
Alcatraz Island, located in the middle of San Francisco bay, is a must-see attraction for any visitor to the area. One of the most infamous prisons in the country for housing notorious criminals, Alcatraz holds much history that will interest buffs and novices alike.
Angel Island State Park
The largest island in San Francisco Bay features magnificent views of Marin County and San Francisco, while offering a wide variety of recreation for outdoor enthusiasts.
Cable Car Museum
A museum to San Francisco's beloved cable cars, with a subterranean walkway that lets you see the moving cable.
California Academy of Sciences.
After an extensive renovation, the newly re-opened California Academy of Sciences is considered a world-class science and nature museum. Besides the wonderful aquarium, you and your children can walk into a live rainforest, visit the stars in the Morrison Planetarium, experience a “living roof” and much, much, more.
The Discovery Museum
Considered one of the best children’s museum in the country, the Bay Area Discovery Museum offers a variety of activities for children, from crawling babies up to kids age eight. The indoor exhibits include a train area, a room that explores the sea, a “Tot Spot”, an art building and rotating special exhibits. The outdoor play area offers plenty of opportunity for children to climb, dig, build and explore. There is a café on site that serves organic fare, both hot and cold.
One of the busiest and well known tourist attractions in North America, it is best known for being the location of Pier 39 and restaurants and stands that serve fresh seafood.
Golden Gate Bridge
The most visited and photographed bridge in the world. If you are able to visit the bridge, you can take a walking tour to help understand why the bridge is so compelling to so many people and why it was so difficult to build.
Golden Gate Park
a large park with gardens and museums such as the California Academy of Science, the DeYong Museum, and the Japanese tea gardens.
Marrakech Magic Theater
An uproarious one-of-a-kind close-up show in an intimate, historic setting. Featuring the comedy and classical magic of San Francisco Magician Peter Morrison. Have an experience to last a lifetime.
San Francisco Bay
Offers hiking and biking along its shores, paddling and sailing on top of its surface, and bird-watching and exploring among its wetlands.
The San Francisco Zoo
This zoo has a fantastic African Savanna exhibit, an array of primates and large cats, and a wonderful children’s zoo among its many attractions. If the animals don’t provide enough stimulation for your little ones, there’s also a carrousel and the Little Puffer, a century-old, miniature steam train.
USS Pampanito (SS-383) museum and memorial is open for visitors at Fisherman's Wharf. The submarine patrolled the Pacific during World War II.
Walt Disney Family Museum
The Walt Disney History Museum is a wonderful museum dedicated to the life and times of Walt and his family, business associates, friends, etc. The family has put on display many objects and artifacts from his lifetime, beginning at birth until his death.