Francisco Culture - San Francisco has always
been one of the top tourist destinations in the United
States. There are well over hundreds of top-quality
restaurants and internationally known dance clubs.
There are fantastic shops, boutiques and art galleries
in the area also.
The creative community is huge in San Francisco.
Many artists, dancers, singers and actors call this
city their home. They enjoy the hundreds of museums
in the San Francisco Bay area. There are also museums
in the area that are free of charge. We recommend
you take in some of these on your visit to the area.
The San Francisco Cable Car Museum
(1201 Mason Street - Open daily, 10am - 6pm), the
Chinese Culture Center (750 Kearney Street - Open
Tues. - Sat., 1pm - 4pm), the San Francisco Fire Department
Museum (665 Presidio Ave. - Open Thurs. - Sta., 1pm
- 4pm), the National Maritime Museum (end of Polk
Street - Aquatic Park - Open daily, 10am - 5pm) and
the North Beach Museum (1435 Stockton Street - Open
Mon. - Fri, 9am - 4pm)
If you are a bird lover then you definitely want
to do some Bird Watching. The San Francisco
Bay Area has numerous great places for that
like the Audubon Canyon Ranch's, Bolinas Lagoon Preserve,
Coyote Hills Regional Park, Crab Cove Marine Reserve,
Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge,
Golden Gate Raptor Observatory just to name a few.
You will definitely want to dine out as many times
as possible. The San Francisco area
has some very good dining options with ethnic foods
being high on the list. You won’t be at a loss
for great places to eat in this city, you will have
so many choices it will be hard
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