Golden Gate Bridge
Stretching from the San Francisco Bay to the Pacific Ocean, the Golden Gate Bridge is perhaps San Francisco’s most iconic attraction. Join the ten million annual visitors in experiencing the bridge’s sky-scraping towers, vibrant orange color, and the scenic Golden Gate National Recreation Area that touches both ends of the bridge.
This famous 2.6-acre plaza is surrounded by international fashion, unique dining spots, and diverse theatre and music. Listen to music from the plaza’s stage, enjoy a snack from the café, or brighten yours or someone else’s day by visiting the colorful flower carts on every corner.
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
SFMOMA is home to the U.S.’s largest living wall, seven floors of exquisite art, and several terraces with breathtaking views of the city. Enjoy 33,000 works of rotating modern art, all steps away from Union Square.
San Francisco Botanical Garden
At the heart of Golden Gate Park is San Francisco Botanical Garden and its nearly ten thousand species of plants from around the world. The quiet, flat trails and year-round blooms make this garden a perfect, low-stress activity for all ages and abilities.
The Walt Disney Family Museum
Experience interactive galleries, daily screenings of Disney classic movies, and special exhibits narrated by Walt Disney’s own voice. This California and National Historic Landmark will immerse you in the inspirational life of Walt Disney and is fun for all ages!
Known for exploring art, science, and human perception, the Exploratorium in a hands-on, interactive museum like no other. Find unforgettable, immersive experiences such as the inside of a tornado, the moon brought down to Earth, and the depths of the Pacific Ocean.
As the only remaining manually operated cable car system, the San Francisco cable cars are both an iconic piece of San Francisco history and an essential part of the city’s public transportation system today. The Powell-Hyde cable car line is said to have some of the best views of the city!
From museums to bakeries to karaoke bars, San Francisco’s Chinatown is one of the largest and oldest Chinatowns in the U.S. It is a protected historic district with classic Chinese architecture and lively streets. Enjoy some dim sum, visit a beautiful temple, or learn some surprising history about San Francisco.