101 4th Street, (Yerba Buena)
A 350,000 sq feet Sony entertainment center located in the heart of downtown at Mission Street; the Metreon offers a mix of the Bay area’s best restaurants, shopping venues, theatres, and the largest IMAX theatre in the west coast. Current events at the Metreon also include “Titanic”, where you can see recreations of the ship, and over 300 recovered artifacts! The Metreon also offers such entertainment as “Portal One” where you can “Hyberbowl” down the streets of San Francisco, or across the deck of a pirate ship. You can also rent and watch DVD’s at the Sony center for only one dollar. There are a variety of interactive gaming, shows for every age.
Alcatraz Kids Tour
The blue and gold fleet at pier 41
Voted “The Best Tour of the Bay Area,” this tour offers children excitement and fun. The night tour was especially designed for children, and themed to provide entertainment that is age appropriate, and fun.
Japanese Tea Garden
Golden Gate Park
Relax and enjoy a meditative cup of tea overlooking the peaceful waters of the garden. Open daily, the Tea Garden provides a traditional tea party for all ages, with fortune cookies, and servers dressed in Japanese obi’s.
San Francisco Cable Cars
Boarding at Powell/Mason & Powell/Hyde
Ready to experience a piece of San Francisco’s history? Then hop aboard one of these historic cable cars for a ride around the bay area.
Cable cars run seven days a week, with special schedules on weekends. For updated daily information visit www.transitinfo.org.
Located just over the Golden Gate Bridge, Muir woods, an ancient redwood forest has the nation’s largest redwood trees. Drive over the bridge and discover this world of beautiful peace and serenity.
50 Stow Lake Dr.
Located inside Golden Gate Park, this lake, complete with a beautiful waterfall, offers fun family recreation. You can either rent boats, have a picnic, or just feed the ducks! For more of an adventure, bike and rollerblade rental is available.
Tactile Dome / Exploratorium
Exciting! Exhilarating! This exhibit at the Exploratorium will keep you guessing! In complete darkness, you take an interactive excursion where your sense of touch becomes your only guide! So crawl, slide, bump, and feel your way through hundreds of materials and shapes!
The Cannery at Del Monte Square
2801 Leavenworth St. Mezzanine Level
One the most treasured places in San Francisco, it is the largest peach cannery in the world. With a view overlooking the bay, its marketplace offers one of a kind, shops, restaurants, and entertainment. It’s just peachy!
110 Retail stores, 11 full service restaurants, a two-level festival marketplace, need we say more? Pier 39 has something for everybody. So stop on by and check out their amazing bay views and great shopping!
900 North Point Street
A historic site, stop by for some San Francisco style shopping and yummy Ghirardelli chocolate. Walking tours also available.