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450 Sutter Building      
26-story Art Deco masterpiece by renowned architect Timothy Pfleuger.
Landmarks   
450 Sutter St
Map 07 • Nob Hill / Tenderloin
Abner Phelps House      
Oldest house in SF, built by Colonel Phelps in 1850 and since relocated three times.
Landmarks   
1111 Oak St
Map 10 • Castro / Lower Haight
African American Museum and Library      
Sharing historical and cultural experiences of African Americans.
Landmarks   
659 14th St • 510-637-0200
Map 124 • Downtown Oakland / Lake Merritt
Alamo Square      
One of the most picture-perfect sights in the city.
Landmarks   
Fulton St & Scott St
Map 05 • Pacific Heights / Western Addition
Albany Bulb      
Industrial scultpture garden and homeless encampment.
Landmarks   
Buchanan St
Map 999 • Extended Coverage Area
Alemany Farmers Market      
Oldest in town. Mixed crowd on Saturdays in the sunny colorful parking lot supporting family-owned farms.
Landmarks   
100 Alemany Blvd • 415-647-9423
Map 35 • Bernal Heights
Alice Marble Tennis Court      
Russian Hill-top courts named after the 1930s US tennis star.
Landmarks   
Greenwich St & Hyde St
Map 03 • Russian Hill / Fisherman's Wharf
Alta Plaza Park      
Tennis courts top this park terrace with several steep staircases leading up from the street.
Landmarks   
Clay St & Steiner St
Map 05 • Pacific Heights / Western Addition
Anchor Brewing Company      
Call for info about the free brewery tours of this SF institution.
Landmarks   
1705 Mariposa St • 415-863-8350
Map 12 • SOMA / Potrero Hill (North)
Andy Goldsworthy: Spire      
Goldsworthy brilliance amongst (and with) the trees.
Landmarks   
Arguello Blvd & Finley Rd
Map 101 • The Presidio
Asian Art Museum      
Extensive Asian art collection in the old Beaux Arts style library building--a little claustrophobic in the galleries, but well worth your time.
Landmarks   
200 Larkin St • 415-581-3500
Map 07 • Nob Hill / Tenderloin
AT&T Park      
Ball games and concerts. Best place to catch a homerun: on the bay in a kayak.
Landmarks   
24 Willie Mays Plaza • 415-972-2000
Map 13 • Mission Beach
Balclutha      
A square-rigged ship that's over one hundred years old, but still a beaut.
Landmarks   
Pier 41 • 415-561-7000
Map 04 • North Beach (East) / Telegraph Hill
Balmy Alley      
Every garage door in this narrow passage is an artistic statement.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
Balmy St btwn 24th & 25th St
Map 15 • Mission (Outer)
Bank of America Building      
761-feet-tall. Really cool views from the hokey Carnelian Room upstairs.
Landmarks   
555 California St
Map 08 • Financial District / SOMA
Battery Spencer      
Best views of the GG Bridge and the city.
Landmarks   
Hwy 101, Marin side of Golden Gate Bridge
Map 110 • Sausalito
Bay Model Visitor Center      
Huge scale model of San Francisco Bay
Landmarks    NFT Pick
2100 Bridgeway • 415-332-3871
Map 110 • Sausalito
Bayview Opera House      
Performing arts training for kids.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
4705 3rd St • 415-824-0386
Map 36 • Bayview / Silver Terrace
Berkeley Marina      
Sweeping views of the bay, the city and the GG Bridge. Check out the historic and long Berkeley pier.
Landmarks   
University Ave & Frontage Rd • 510-981-6740
Map 121 • Berkeley (West)
Berkeley Rose Garden      
3,000 bushes and more than 250 varieties.
Landmarks   
1200 Euclid Ave
Map 122 • Berkeley (East)
Berkeley Skate Park      
First-rate Bay Area skatepark
Landmarks   
5th St & Harrison St
Map 121 • Berkeley (West)
Bimbo's 365 Club      
Plush music venue with a swanky vibe.
Landmarks   
1025 Columbus Ave • 415-474-0365
Map 03 • Russian Hill / Fisherman's Wharf
Blood Centers of the Pacific Fountain      
Most consistently-flowing, unnaturally-blue fountain in the city.
Landmarks   
270 Masonic Ave • 415-567-6400
Map 22 • Presidio Heights / Laurel Heights
Bohemian Club      
Club for rich republicans who like to get freaky-deaky in the woods.
Landmarks   
624 Taylor St • 415-885-2440
Map 07 • Nob Hill / Tenderloin
Bridge Theater
C L O S E D
     
1939 Art Deco theater showing indie and foreign films.
Landmarks   
3010 Geary Blvd • 415-267-4893
Map 22 • Presidio Heights / Laurel Heights
Buena Vista Park      
A labyrinth of paved paths in SF's oldest park.
Landmarks   
Haight St & Buena Vista Ave E
Map 09 • Haight Ashbury / Cole Valley
Buffalo Paddock      
Chill-out zone for local bison.
Landmarks   
John F Kennedy Dr & Spreckels Lake
Map 100 • Golden Gate Park
Café du Nord      
Though it gets big musical acts, it still maintains a lounge atmosphere. Also check out the Swedish American Club upstairs.
Landmarks   
2170 Market St • 415-861-5016
Map 10 • Castro / Lower Haight
Camera Obscura      
Based on a 15th-century Da Vinci invention. Giant camera provides 360-degree views of Seal Rock.
Landmarks   
1096 Point Lobos • 415-750-0415
Map 18 • Outer Richmond (West) / Ocean Beach
Candlestick Park      
Home of the Giants and Niners...until it wasn't.
Landmarks   
602 Jamestown Ave • 415-656-4949
Map 40 • Bayview / Candlestick Point
Candlestick Point State Recreation Area      
Windsurfing, picnicking, community gardens.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
Carroll Ave & Arelious Walker Dr • 415-671-0145
Map 40 • Bayview / Candlestick Point
Castro Theatre      
Beautiful old-fashioned art deco theater for movies and special programs.
Landmarks   
429 Castro St • 415-621-6120
Map 10 • Castro / Lower Haight
Cathedral of Christ the Light      
Internationally renown modern cathedral design. Redefines Oakland's lakefront.
Landmarks   
2121 Harrison St • 510-893-4711
Map 124 • Downtown Oakland / Lake Merritt
Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Assumption      
Modern funky-looking cathedral with a hyperbolic paraboloid that forms a cross. Designed by Peter Luigi Nervi in 1971.
Landmarks   
1111 Gough St • 415-567-2020
Map 06 • Pacific Heights / Japantown
Chambord Apartments      
James Francis Dunn's 1921 Gaudi-esque building evokes the art and design of fin-de-siecle Paris.
Landmarks   
1298 Sacramento St
Map 07 • Nob Hill / Tenderloin
Charles Manson's House      
SF "family" recruiting grounds.
Landmarks   
636 Cole St
Map 09 • Haight Ashbury / Cole Valley
Children's Art at Glen Canyon      
Freaky public art
Landmarks   
Glen Canyon
Map 32 • Diamond Heights / Glen Park
Children's Fairyland      
Magical fantasy amusement park.
Landmarks   
699 Bellevue Ave • 510-238-6876
Map 124 • Downtown Oakland / Lake Merritt
City Hall      
Administrative offices and art exhibits inside. The most earthquake-retrofitted National Landmark.
Landmarks   
1 Dr Carlton B Goodlet Pl • 415-701-2311
Map 07 • Nob Hill / Tenderloin
City Lights      
Ferlinghetti's baby and a mecca for 1950s Beat scene. Check out the poetry room upstairs.
Landmarks   
261 Columbus Ave • 415-362-8193
Map 08 • Financial District / SOMA
Civic Center      
Includes City Hall, Court House, state and federal buildings, the main library, Asian Art Museum, Davies Symphony Hall, War Memorial Opera House, Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. Whew!
Landmarks   
Grove St btwn Franklin St & Leavenworth St
Map 07 • Nob Hill / Tenderloin
Clarion Alley      
Alley of vibrant, socially conscious community street art. Bring your camera.
Landmarks   
17th St & Valencia St
Map 11 • Hayes Valley / The Mission
Cliff House      
Originally built in 1863, then again in 1896,1909, and 2005, it currently houses touristy restaurants and bars with great ocean views.
Landmarks   
1090 Point Lobos • 415-386-3330
Map 18 • Outer Richmond (West) / Ocean Beach
Coit Tower      
Art deco memorial on Telegraph Hill, built in 1933 and funded by Lilie Hitchcock-Coit. Stellar WPA murals and great views.
Landmarks   
1 Telegraph Hill Blvd • 415-362-0808
Map 04 • North Beach (East) / Telegraph Hill
Condor Club      
Birthplace of world's first topless and bottomless entertainment.
Landmarks   
560 Broadway • 415-781-8222
Map 04 • North Beach (East) / Telegraph Hill
Congregation Emanu-El      
Jewish temple built in a Byzantine-Roman fusion style.
Landmarks   
2 Lake St • 415-751-2535
Map 21 • Inner Richmond
Conservatory of Flowers      
Temple of photosynthesis.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
100 JFK Dr • 415-831-2090
Map 100 • Golden Gate Park
Corona Heights      
Hilltop park dominated by native chert formations and 360-degree views.
Landmarks   
Roosevelt Way & Museum Way
Map 10 • Castro / Lower Haight
Creative Growth Art Center      
Serves disabled adult artists.
Landmarks   
355 24th St • 510-836-2340
Map 124 • Downtown Oakland / Lake Merritt
Crissy Field      
Incredible shoreline access and views of the bay.
Landmarks   
Old Mason St • 415-561-7690
Map 101 • The Presidio
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