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50 square miles packed with art, jazz, and incredible food. San Francisco is a must-see destination for solo adventures and family trips alike. Don't miss the chance to see the iconic Golden Gate Bridge or take a walking tour through the foggy city.
A gorgeous mosaic located in the Golden Gates Heights neighbourhood, is a beautiful hidden gem. Started by residents Jessie Audette and Alice Yee Xavier in 2003, three workshops were held to insure all the community could participate in this project.
Stroll among fragrant flowers and peaceful lakes, or if you are feeling adventurous you can visit the gardens by horseback. Golden Gate Park is the perfect place to bring a picnic and enjoy the outdoors in the centre of this vibrant urban centre.
A cultural centre with a strong commitment to service, the African American Art & Culture Complex hosts community events, music, art, and theatre. A home for the San Francisco Juneteenth Festival and some of the best performing arts organizations.
Visit the Victorian Homes of the Queen Anne era during early morning for some incredible views. Don't miss out on a tour inside one of the ladies.
Invented in San Francisco almost 150 years ago, the cable cars are an iconic symbol of the city and offer an exciting and historic break from walking up the steep hills.
A trip to San Fran is not complete without a trip to Fisherman's Warf, boasting some of the freshest and best seafood in the city. Scoma's is a fantastic recommendation by locals.
Originally "The Elephant Walk" and renamed "Harveys" after activist Harvey Mil; in 1992 after a fire. Harvey's is known for community, theatre, and a great spot for cocktails and people watching.