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- You can learn so much and it is very interesting. My friends and I got there a little late and they were nice enough to just move us to go on the next ferry. They were very flexible. We did street parking and it was easy to find something close to the pier. We did the Alcatraz Island Tickets day tour for a reasonable price and they sell quick food on the ferry (try to eat before or after). Definitely recommend the tour!Written 27 November 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- My sister and I had a blast yesterday with Markus - our handsome tour guide
We arrived in Sausalito and enjoyed a wonderful lunch and ice cream to die for
Shopping was also great!Written 22 November 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- If there are two or more of you - ride the line one way and Uber back - it’s much cheaper. $7 each one way on the car if I rememberWritten 16 November 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- It is a lot of fun to just walk around and take in the atmosphere. Seeing the sea lions just hanging out was the best part - they were so interesting and made loud honking noises. The pier was crowded, some homeless people begging but overall I did feel safe. Everything is extremely overpriced - a small bottle of water is $4.25 - insane prices. Some free small museums worth a visit.Written 22 November 2023
- The place is a must since SF. The view from the top of the street is beautiful and the neighborhood is super cute. Don’t miss Lombard Steet when in SFWritten 8 November 2023
- You simply can't miss the Golden Gate Bridge and this is the best spot to wander at your own pace. Cross the bridge by car or on foot, then take in the scene from the park.Written 15 October 2023
- Dead and Company rocked the house in their final shows. The field gave way to 15000 fans in an overpacked music fest. Wonderful.Written 15 November 2023
- My grandson enjoyed the museum so much, we left when they turned the lights off. The dissected cow eye kept his attention.Written 22 February 2023
- It is a bit on the touristy side. But there is a lot to do with a free machine museum and the USS Pampanito. They are worth a visit. The views of the bay and bridges are fantastic, pictures can't get the visual effect. Some street performers do set up quickly and are a bit on the loud side with their music.Written 22 November 2023
- As a telecommunications engineer who works on and climbs radio masts, this was an ideal location to see some masts along with some great views over San Francisco!!!Written 16 September 2023
- This is a must see attraction for visitors to San Francisco. The structure is simply awe inspiring. Even though it was built over a century ago, the place is well kept and clean without the grime and bird dropping usually found in historical buildings. Parking is available but may be hard to come by.Written 27 November 2023
- Always a cool part of San Francisco for tourists and locals. You can grab an amazing empanada, by your clipper card at the Bay crossings shop, visit one of the best mushroom themed stores in California, and board your ferry here.
You'll find public bathrooms.
Unfortunately, I'm not thrilled with the coffee choices at the ferry building. Blue bottle is way overpriced and they don't even have non-fat milk.Written 11 November 2023
- The name says 'family', but this is not really a family museum, where you will bring children. Currently, the museum is in two parts, and the one relating to Disney animals could be of interest to some children. They had some activities, such as coloring a prepared drawing that might keep a kid happy. Children might react to the various Disney animal characters they have seen in movies or on the TV.
But....this is really an adult museum in two parts. The animals are familiar to almost everyone, and the points of interest are how they portrayed the characters and how they animated them. The main museum is a totally comprehensive analysis of the Disney family, focusing on its origins, on Walt, and on the accomplishments of Walt, his relations, the studio, and others. There are some 15 exhibition rooms, not counting the space devoted to the animals. We allocated around 3 hrs total, and we had to cut our visit short. Likely we could have spent 5 hrs overall, given the huge amount of material.
Also, this is a museum that relates what Disney and his studio did to society at large. Some painful issues were developed (the strike in the early 50's, the studio's relationship to the HUAC) more than others (almost nothing abut Song of the South). You come away from this experience realizing that Disney was the right person in the right place at the right time to make and to take advantage of some of the best technology of the 20th century and, in some senses, to shape our society as a whole. One comes away amazed at just how much the Disney 'system' has affected our lives.Written 13 September 2023
- Great hands on science learning experience for kids! My son is 10 and loved it. We spent most of the day here and did everything. Everything is geared for tactile learning. Great way to spend a day with the family. It was really amazing and we had so much fun.Written 24 November 2023
- A close second to Fisherman’s wharf in terms of visitors, this 2 mile trail from Eagles Point to the USS San Francisco is on the top ten of San Francisco must dos.
Along the way there are lots of scenic overlooks to taste the sea air and catch your breath. Interpretive signs tell stories of the wildlife, geology, natural and human history. Did I mention the Golden Gate Bridge views?
If, you can, I dare you to keep pace with the multiple barges, freighters, and cruise ships.
I recommend for families and anyone with a modicum level of fitness. There is one staircase otherwise terrain is fairly level.Written 7 September 2023