Must See San Francisco Attractions for 2017
This house designed in 1886 is the only one of its kind that is open to the public. It wonderfully symbolizes and illustrates the life of an upper-middle class San Francisco resident during the Victorian era.
This innovative and artistic museum inspires both children and adults through hands-on experiences that engage the power of their imaginations to create multimedia projects and stories.
Since San Francisco is one of the few places in the USA that you can ride a vintage rail transit, you must take a afternoon to educate yourself on the city's rail transit history. You won't regret the time you invest there!
The windmills in the Golden Gate Park date back to the early 1900s and used to serve a very integral part in the city's public functions. Come for the historical aura and enjoy the nearby tulip garden.
This four acre garden located in the Golden Gate Park is your ticket to experiencing tranquility, beauty and harmony Japanese style. If you are lucky enough to be in SF in March and April you can see the amazing cherry blossom trees here.