Here are the top 208 tourist attractions to see in San Francisco:

53. Glide Memorial Church

Glide Memorial Church

1 km
from city center
53 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

The Glide Memorial Church is a Methodist church located in San Francisco. The church was known for its conservative beliefs till the 1960s after which it became more liberal in its support and membership. The church has a huge community program and is constantly helping out with the community around the area. It has a diverse and eclectic congregation. The church is renowned for its gospel choir and its various musically led sermons.

54. de Young Museum

de Young Museum

5 km
from city center
54 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

For the art connoisseurs, De Young is a fine art museum that displays stunning works of African-American and Native American artists. It is located at the Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. The special exhibits vary from time to time with works of Oscar de la Renta and that of Frida Kahlo’s. It has a permanent collection of old tribal art from all around the world and modern art from the late twentieth and twenty-first century. The building has an admirable architecture that boasts of a free observation gallery on the top with breathtaking views of the city.

55. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

2 km
from city center
55 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) is a modern art museum situated at a short distance from Union Square. A seven storeyed building, it showcases temporary paintings of artists like David Park, Rene Magritte, Diego Rivera, etc. The permanent works here include art pieces by Doris and Donald Fisher, founders of the clothing line GAP. The museum unveiled its expansion and newly designed structure by Snohetta in May 2016.

56. Asian Art Museum

Asian Art Museum

1 km
from city center
56 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

The Asian Art Museum at San Francisco has a glorious collection of diverse Asian art from over the centuries. It attempts to bridge the gap between Asian and American culture by rediscovering excellent historical artifacts of civilizations from Vietnam, China, and other countries.

57. Conservatory of Flowers

Conservatory of Flowers

4 km
from city center
57 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Located at the Golden Gate Park, the Conservatory of Flowers is a botanical garden and a greenhouse with remarkable Victorian-style architecture. It is the oldest conservatory in the country. It is made up of wood and glass, with an enormous collection that is divided into five distinct segments of tropical flowers and plants from all over the world. It is a well-designed place with embellishing flooring, ample pitcher plants and prominent fountain structures. The staff is knowledgeable and super friendly, always ready to guide and talk about the collection.

58. Walt Disney Family Museum

Walt Disney Family Museum

5 km
from city center
58 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

The Walt Disney Family Museum is an incredibly well-designed and captivating place in the San Francisco Presidio honoring Walt Disney’s life and legacy. It depicts his childhood, his struggles, his creative work, Disneyland and beyond. They have 10 distinct galleries portraying his life and remembering him after. They have several mesmerizing exhibitions of Walt Disney’s original artwork for Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, The Fox and the Hound, Disney creations in World War II, etc. The museum provides translated audio tours, noise-canceling headphones and video screenings on loop describing the vision and innovative artwork of Walt Disney.

59. Madame Tussauds

Madame Tussauds

4 km
from city center
59 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Madame Tussauds is the most prominent celebrity wax museum around the globe. The museum in San Francisco is located at Fisherman’s Wharf. You can take a look at the world’s most celebrated actors, entrepreneurs, musicians and artists here and click some stunning photos with them.

60. Yerba Buena Center for the Arts

Yerba Buena Center for the Arts

2 km
from city center
60 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

The Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA) is located at the Yerba Buena Park and is a place of cultural essence to the city. They showcase art, feature films, dance performances, public programs, etc. The center displays exhibits and collaboratively works with other foundations to promote public welfare and eliminate violence from the community. The YBCA has launched a colorful open lawn social distancing art project in the park to raise awareness.

61. Cartoon Art Museum

Cartoon Art Museum

4 km
from city center
61 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

The Cartoon Art Museum is located at the edge of Fisherman’s Wharf, close to Ghirardelli Square. The museum is a creative cartoon art and caricature museum with works showcased by local and international artists. It is an aesthetic brick building with ample space for exhibits and art shows. The museum has an engaging collection of cartoon art ranging from comic strips, comic book pages, anime and digital cartoon art.

62. Museum of the African Diaspora

Museum of the African Diaspora

2 km
from city center
62 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

The Museum of African Diaspora (MoAD) is a small but prominent museum located at the Yerba Buena arts district in San Francisco. It is a prosperous non-profit organization established to spread awareness of the African Diaspora and emigration. Striving to build and celebrate the Black culture, it has several fine and contemporary art exhibitions dedicated to uplift communal harmony.

63. California Historical Society

California Historical Society

2 km
from city center
63 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

The California Historical Society (CHS) is a museum established to commemorate and enlighten people with California’s prosperous history. It is located in the Yerba Buena district in San Francisco. The Historical Society boasts of a small museum, an extensive library and a nice gift shop.

64. Ripley's Believe It or Not

Ripley's Believe It or Not

4 km
from city center
64 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Ripley’s Believe It or Not is an enjoyable interactive attraction based at Fisherman’s Wharf, San Francisco. The Odditorium has some groovy artwork, amusing artifacts and captivating exhibits. Ripley’s has some fascinating oddities and it’s wax figured replicas with interesting photos and background stories to read about them. The museum has an always-on display of Ripley’s intriguing facts and unusual artifacts from around the world.

65. Cable Car Museum

Cable Car Museum

2 km
from city center
65 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

The Cable Car Museum, located at Washington cable car barn and powerhouse in San Francisco, is an impressive museum describing the history, building and working of the cars. The San Francisco municipality still uses a fleet of Powell Sreet and California Sreet cars in the state. The museum hosts an annual event of bell-ringing contest to acknowledge and celebrate the evolving history of cable cars and the people running it. It showcases antique cable cars and a variety of devices like tracks, brakes, mechanisms, etc. used for functioning the cable cars. They have a huge collection of momentous photographs on display and a museum gift shop that includes books, apparel, souvenirs and cable car bells.

66. Beat Museum

Beat Museum

3 km
from city center
66 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

The Beat Museum, located in the North Beach neighborhood, is a devoted museum for all beaten down authors, artists, etc. It signifies the Beat Movement in the 1950s, started by these individuals whose works explained the political situation and social scenario during that period. The museum displays an appreciable selection of handwritten letters, original books and manuscripts, personal belongings of influential people like Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsburg, Neal Cassady, etc. It also screens a documentary film narrating the exploration, struggles and accomplishments of Americans in the post-war era. The museum hosts several events and has a store with a great collection of some apparel and books on the Beat movement, American literature, etc.

67. The Legion of Honor

The Legion of Honor

7 km
from city center
67 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Located at Lincoln Park, San Francisco, the Legion of Honor is a historical fine-art museum displaying works of European artists. It has stunning views of the city, the Pacific Ocean and the Golden Gate bridge. The permanent collection here includes decorative art, photographs, sculptures, paintings and artifacts of Louis XV, Rodin, Salone Dore, Gerome etc. It also showcases temporary exhibits of Tissot, Rubens, Degas and other artists from around the world. The photographs displayed are works of Bill Owens, Eadweard Muybridge, John Gutmann, etc. The museum has regular theatre events organ concerts. The cafe has excellent dining options and the store offers a selection of books, puzzles and accessories.

68. EcoCenter at Heron's Head Park

EcoCenter at Heron's Head Park

5 km
from city center
68 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

The EcoCenter at Heron’s Head Park is an institution established to educate people and maintain the environmental standards of our planet. It aims to sensitize the public on matters like green living, biodiversity, climate change and environmental sustainability by conducting classes, lectures and public programs. The beautiful building of the center is built with the notion of green architecture. The facility hosts regular performances, cleaning drives and tree planting events in the Bay Area to spread awareness and commit to their goal of sustainable development. They have a small model that explains how the tidal waves and wetlands aid to clear harmful toxins, sewage, etc. before it is discharged into the bay.

69. San Francisco Zoo

San Francisco Zoo

9 km
from city center
69 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Receiving over 800,000 annual visitors, the San Francisco Zoo is spread out over 100 acres in the Bay Area. Situated along the Pacific Ocean, the zoo is home to over 1500 exotic, endangered and rescued animals brought here from over the world. The zoo aims at connecting its visitors with wildlife and promoting care for nature along with environment conservation on a major scale.

70. Aquarium of the Bay

Aquarium of the Bay

4 km
from city center
70 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Situated at a walkable distance from San Francisco Bay, Aquarium of the Bay is home to more than 20,000 species along the coast of California. These include Sevengill sharks, North American otters, Bat rays, jellyfish to name a few. Visitors are free to explore the beautiful tunnels while a huge number of fish swim overhead. The aquarium consists of three main exhibits and takes about 2 hours to cover.

71. Steinhart Aquarium

Steinhart Aquarium

4 km
from city center
71 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

The Steinhart Aquarium is part of the combination of a planetarium, an aquarium and a natural history museum in the innovative and famous California Institute of Sciences. The aquarium showcases the largest, living, indoor coral reef in the world along with a live rainforest in a 90 degree sphere and approximately 200 exhibits.

72. Gleneagles Golf Course

Gleneagles Golf Course

738 km
from city center
72 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

For over half a century, the Gleneagles Golf course has been living up to the name of the world-famous Gleneagles GC, originally established in Scotland. Considered to be one of the best 9-hole layouts on the west coast by its patrons, it has been named as one of the top 10 golf courses in the country by Link Magazine in 2018.

73. Presidio Golf Course

Presidio Golf Course

5 km
from city center
73 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

What do Theodore Roosevelt, Charles Schulz, Joe DiMaggio, and Arnold Palmer have in common? Apart from being some of the greatest faces of the USA, they shared a common interest in having a round of golf at the Presidio Golf Course. This 145-acre, award-winning golf course with its rich history of over 120 years, has stood testament to some of the finest management ever to lay craft across the golfing world.

74. Lincoln Park Golf Course

Lincoln Park Golf Course

7 km
from city center
74 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

The Lincoln Park Golf course constructed in Lincoln Park, San Francisco, is probably one of the most scenic golf courses in the world owing to its magnificent views throughout the course ranging from downtown San Francisco and Mt. Diablo at the 7th and 13th tee to the Golden Gate Bridge and the ocean at the 17th tee.

75. Harding Park and Fleming Golf Courses

Harding Park and Fleming Golf Courses

9 km
from city center
75 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Part of the Tournament Player’s Club (TPC) set of courses by PGA, who also manages the course, TPC Harding Park was constructed in 1962 by the late Jack Fleming as a completely Municipal owned golf course for the public, surrounding Lake Merced on its 3 sides and the San Fransisco University on the other.

76. Eagle Vines Golf Club

Eagle Vines Golf Club

51 km
from city center
76 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Located at one of the most beautiful valleys in the world synonymous with wine culture - Napa Valley, Eagle Vines Golf Club is an 18 hole, par 72 golf course which is sure to keep heads turning with a 360-degree view of the southern end of the valley and the vineyards.

77. Golden Gate Park Golf Course

Golden Gate Park Golf Course

6 km
from city center
77 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Yet another beautiful design by the local architect, Jack Fleming, the Golden Gate Park Golf Course is situated on the western end of the park it’s named after. Built-in 1951, it has been voted as one of the top 12 9-hole courses in the country by Golf.com.

78. The Chardonnay Golf Club

The Chardonnay Golf Club

51 km
from city center
78 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

As far as first impressions go, very few can beat The Chardonnay Golf Club located at the bottom of the Napa valley with the stellar view of the valley and the surrounding vineyards. The 18-holes 72 par course is spread across 6948 yards posing various challenges for golfers of all levels with its contoured elevation changes, rolling hills, undulated surfaces, and the numerous lakes.

79. San Francisco Botanical Garden

San Francisco Botanical Garden

5 km
from city center
79 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

The San Francisco Botanical Garden is the ultimate tourist hub for anyone with a green thumb. It is considered to be a library that comes to life with over 9000 different species of plants from different parts of the world spread across 55 acres. Started in 1870, the botanical garden has become an internationally recognized institution to connect plant lovers and activists to protect the biodiversity of the world.

80. The Olympic Club

The Olympic Club

10 km
from city center
80 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Founded in 1860 the Olympic club is not just a regular country club but home to more than 10,000 members and young Olympic champions that once trained in this very club. This is the ultimate club for all sportsmen and includes a large golf course.

81. Franklin Canyon Golf Course

Franklin Canyon Golf Course

31 km
from city center
81 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

The Franklin Canyon golf course located in Hercules California is a beautiful lush property. It is also known as the Bay Area course. The golf course was designed by the legendary architect Robert Graves known to design much golf courses. The course is surrounded by small hills and gorgeous trees making it a beautiful patch of green. It close to San Francisco and is a quite popular spot for anyone looking to enjoy a game of golf especially from the north of San Francisco.

82. Sharp Park Golf Course

Sharp Park Golf Course

18 km
from city center
82 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

The sharp park golf course was built by the very famous architect Alister Mackenzie in 1932. This historic golf course is located in the south of San Francisco and is one of the largest golf courses for public usage. The course is spread across 6300 yards and is surrounded by mountains one side and the sea on the other.

83. Half Moon Bay Golf links

Half Moon Bay Golf links

38 km
from city center
83 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

The half moon bay golf links is one of the most luxurious golf courses located close to San Jose in California. This one of a kind oceanfront golf course that includes two types of golf courses the old course and the ocean course.

84. StoneTree Golf Club

StoneTree Golf Club

37 km
from city center
84 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

The stone tree golf club located in Novato, California is a fairly new golf course that opened in the year 2000. The golf course is spread across 6800 yards and consists of an 18 hole course.

85. Shakespeare Garden

Shakespeare Garden

4 km
from city center
85 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

The Shakespeare garden is an iconic attraction closely tucked away inside the very famous Golden gate park. This breathtaking garden is home to over 200 types of flowers specifically mentioned in the great English playwright Shakespeare’s works. The brick-paved pathway adds to the beauty of the garden giving it the look of a beautiful English garden right in the middle of San Francisco city.

86. Rose Garden

Rose Garden

5 km
from city center
86 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

The rose garden located in Golden Gate Park is not just a pleasure to the eyes but the nose. Staying true to its name the Rose garden is home to various hybrids as well as miniature roses. The garden is in full swing throughout the year even when the roses are not in full bloom. The busiest time of the year would be the 4th of July, Columbus Day, and other days of national significance. These days have a rather spectacular display of roses of various colors as well as fireworks. Be sure to carry a camera while visiting.

87. Fay Park

Fay Park

3 km
from city center
87 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Fay Park is located in the heart of the very busy Golden gate city. The park includes a Victorian-era home that is over 120 years old. The garden designed by Thomas Church in 1957 is a timeless symbol of charm and tranquillity.

88. Baker Beach

Baker Beach

7 km
from city center
88 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Located on the peninsula of San Francisco, California, is a public beach named Baker Beach. It sits on the shore of the Pacific Ocean in the northwest part of San Francisco. It is approximately half a mile long, starting just south of the famous Golden Gate Point stretching towards the south in direction of the Seacliff peninsula, and the Palace of the Legion of Honor along with the Sutro Baths. The northern segment of Baker Beach is frequented by visitors who prefer no clothes on the beach as it is considered to be a nude beach.

89. Bolinas Beach

Bolinas Beach

28 km
from city center
89 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

With an extremely picturesque view, but a rather rocky bottom , Bolinas Beach is a favourite amongst surfers due to the low but regular waves. Just about 13 miles northwest of San Francisco, it Is located on the Southern Coast of Marin. For tourists it could be quite a hassle reaching Bolinas as the locals are not very fond of outsiders visiting their reclusive village.

90. China Beach

China Beach

7 km
from city center
90 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Since the area was used as a campsite by Chinese fisherman in the Gold Rush times, the beach has been named after them. Facing north, with breathtaking views of the Golden Gate Bridge, China Beach is a small quaint beach located in the Sea Cliff neighbourhood. The large daunting mansions of the Sea Cliff area look onto the beach and ocean.

91. Fort Funston Beach

Fort Funston Beach

10 km
from city center
91 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Nestled between the Pacific Ocean and Lake Merced , situated on San Franciscos coast is Fort Funston Beach. The beach is famous for hang gliding and hikes towards the south which get more and more remote with every step. The access to the beach is free of cost with ample parking spaces all over.

92. Kirby Cove Beach

Kirby Cove Beach

10 km
from city center
92 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Kirby Cove Beach is a secluded, course-sand beach and camping area with a spectacular view of the Golden Gate Bridge facing east. Made up of red and brown sand with plenty of colourful pebbles the beach is situated at the base of the Marin Headlands and can be accessed via the Kirby Beach Trail, which is a 2-mile round-trip hike that starts just west of the Battery Spencer parking lot. The trail is relatively steep, so take caution as the descent to the beach may be easy, but the return trip can test your mettle. After a somewhat hectic hike, the demanding effort of this excursion will prove worthwhile for its alluring scenic views.

93. Mile Rock Beach

Mile Rock Beach

8 km
from city center
93 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Sitting on the beach at sundown misted by the salty waves and bathed in orange light, this is the stuff we dream but California lives. Just a few steps away from Outer Richmond, is Mile Rock Beach. Wild and natural , the beach is scattered with logs and driftwood of all shapes and sizes. The beach boasts of a newly restored Coastal Trail, starting from El Camino del Mar. Follow the trail along the steam powered Cliff House Railroad built by Adolph Sutro to attract people to the famous Sutro Baths. After the railway line closed down it became a part of the trail and offers jaw dropping views of the Pacific Ocean and the Golden Gate Bridge. The beach is barely visible during high tide and becomes extremely narrow, but is an attractive picnic spot for family and friends during low tide.

94. Rodeo Beach

Rodeo Beach

12 km
from city center
94 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Located near Sausalito, Rodeo Beach is one of the most peaceful beaches across the bridge from San Francisco in Marin County. It is part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, a protected section of land filled with beautiful birds and natural landscapes. The beach enclosed within a cliff is one of the favourite spots for people surfing, hiking, running, watching birds or simply digging around in the sand. You might be lucky enough to see a few dolphins and sea lions in the area. Even though this is one of the most popular beaches in the area, it has still been able to maintain a peaceful environment and is much quieter compared to other spots.

95. Muir Beach

Muir Beach

17 km
from city center
95 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

The southernmost point of Marin County is home to the quietest beach tucked three miles west of Muir Woods into the long coastline. The latest addition in the area, the Dias Ridge Trail takes you straight down to a favorite picnic spot among locals, Muir Beach. The trail offers jaw-dropping views of the Pacific Ocean and the Marin coastline.

96. Tueeulala Falls

Tueeulala Falls

648 km
from city center
96 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Tueeulala Fall resides in Yosemite National Park near Groveland in Tuolumne County, California. Yosemite National Park’s Hetch Hetchy Valley, situated in its north-western part, contains a set of resplendent waterfalls- Tueeulala Falls and Wapama Falls. It derives its name from the Miwok community of Native Americans who inhabited in the Yosemite Valley leading a hunting-gathering lifestyle.

97. Lake Merced Park

Lake Merced Park

8 km
from city center
97 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Lake Merced is a freshwater lake system responsible for providing drinking water to the residents of the San Francisco and the surrounding area. Once owned by Spring Valley Water Company (SVWC), which had monopolized San Francisco’s water, it is now managed by the San Francisco Recreation and Parks.

98. Lloyd Lake

Lloyd Lake

4,135 km
from city center
98 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Named after the park’s commissioner, Rueben Hedley Lloyd, the lake serves as a reservoir for the nearby Rainbow Falls. Situated in Golden Gate Park of San Francisco, Lloyd Lake is a safe haven for both native and migratory birds in the park, including geese, pigeons, ducks, Campbell ducks, mallards, gulls, Northern Pintail, Steller’s jay, American Wigeon, Red-breasted Merganser and Muscovy ducks.

99. Spreckels Lake

Spreckels Lake

6 km
from city center
99 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Residing inside San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park, Spreckels Lake is an artificial reservoir designed specifically for model boating facilities. Better known as The Spreckels Lake Model Yacht Facility, it is named after sugar-fortune heir and San Francisco Parks Commission President Adolph B. Spreckels.

100. Lake Merritt

Lake Merritt

14 km
from city center
100 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Originally part of the San Francisco Bay, the wetlands and their shores surrounding Lake Merritt were occupied by the Ohlones. Located in Oakland, east of Downtown, the tidal estuary is named after the mayor of Oakland, Dr. Merritt, who donated land worth of 155 acres and hence after declared the lake a National Wildlife Refuge in 1869.

101. Lake Berryessa

Lake Berryessa

87 km
from city center
101 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Lake Berryessa is a reservoir located in the Vaca Mountains of Napa County, California. Operated under a cooperative agreement by the Solano County Water Agency/Solano Irrigation District, the lake is fed by the tributaries of Putah Creek, Capell Creek, Pope Creek, and Eticuera Creek and supplies water to Vacaville, Suisun City, Vallejo, Fairfield, and Travis Air Force Base. Under the contract led by The Bureau of Reclamation, the lake and Monticello Dam, which are parts of the Solano Project, provide water for agricultural, municipal, and industrial purposes.

102. Lake Anza

Lake Anza

20 km
from city center
102 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Named after the Spanish explorer Juan Bautista de Anza, Lake Anza is a man-made reservoir in Tilden Regional Park of Berkeley Hills, California. Constructed in 1938, the lake stretches over a surface area of ten acres with its primary outflows as Wildcat Creek. The freshwater lake along with the sandy beach is a retreat in nature making it an excellent spot for picnicking, water recreational activities and hiking up through the Lake Anza Trail.

103. San Pablo Reservoir

San Pablo Reservoir

23 km
from city center
103 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Managed by the East Bay Municipal Utility District, San Pablo Reservoir is a reservoir located in Contra Costa County, California. Set near El Sobrante, north of Orinda, the reservoir is 14 miles away from Oakland.

104. Lake Del Valle

Lake Del Valle

107 km
from city center
104 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Lake Del Valle is the centre-piece of Del Valle’s Regional Park, situated in Alameda County, California. The five-mile long lake, along with the Del Valle Dam, is part of the California State Water Project. Located on the lake’s west side, The Rocky Ridge Visitor Center features exhibits and information about the natural history of Del Valle and surrounding wilderness.

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