Finding something to do in San Francisco isn't hard; here are some suggestions.
TO SEE & DO — SAN FRANCISCO ATTRACTIONS
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Asian Art Museum
200 Larkin St. (Fulton Street)
A city treasure, this museum in the Civic Center houses breathtaking ancient and modern art from across Asia.
De Young Museum
The Musée Mécanique
50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Dr.
This art museum's observation tower and outdoor sculpture garden are worth the price of admission alone; the eclectic galleries boast some of the country's most important objets d'art.
Pier 45 Shed A at the end of Taylor Street
San Francisco, CA 94133
Don't miss this vast, private collection of antique arcade games and fortune-telling machines near Fisherman's Wharf.
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
151 Third St. (between Mission and Howard Streets)
One of the country's most extensive and lovingly curated collections of contemporary art in a remarkable building designed by Mario Botta. (Note: This museum is temporarily closed due to construction and will reopen in 2016.)
Inside Golden Gate Park:
Conservatory of Flowers
JFK Drive, Golden Gate Park
A stunning 1878 structure anchoring the eastern end of Golden Gate Park comprising five botanical galleries and seasonal plant exhibits.
Japanese Tea Garden
Japanese Tea Garden
72 Hagiwara Tea Garden Dr.
A famous and peaceful Japanese-style enclave of lily ponds, temple architecture and graceful bridges located inside Golden Gate Park.
Yerba Buena Gardens
Bet. Mission & Folsom (Third & Fourth Streets)
This small but lush park borders both the tech-heavy Sony Metreon and San Francisco's Museum of Modern Art—a great place to relax and recharge downtown.
Ferry Building/Ferry Plaza Farmers Market
Ferry Building Marketplace
One Ferry Building
An historic landmark on the San Francisco skyline, the renovated Ferry Building houses a gorgeous California food ghetto and weekly Farmers Markets.
Sea Lions at Fisherman's Wharf
Pier 39 to Aquatic Park
Probably the city's best known district, the Wharf is a place to stroll, eat fresh seafood, see the famous sea lions and enjoy beautiful Bay views. Book your tour for Alcatraz well in advance.
GraceAnn Walden Walking Tours
Food-centric walking tours featuring tastings at San Francisco hotspots.
Wok Wiz Chinatown Tours
Lively walking tours through the hidden wonders of Chinatown.