Top 10 Things to Do in San Francisco

May 29th 2015
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San Francisco is home to many attractions such as the iconic Golden Gate Bridge, cable cars gliding up Powell Street, and the sunbathing seals at Fisherman’s Wharf. All are absolutely fun, but what’s there to do after you settle in? We composed a list to push new San Francisco residents in the right direction!


1. Eat.

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The theater sits in the historic Castro district and can host more than 1,400 movie-goers in a lush and intimate setting with balcony and orchestra seating. Home to an impressive list of film festivals such as the Noir City Film Festival, the San Francisco Silent Film Festival, and the Shock it to Me! Classic Horror Film Festival, among many others, you’ll find yourself going back again and again. Friendly tip: catch Disney classic Dumbo on June 6.  



3. Visit Golden Gate Park

Picturesque McCovey Cove. Image courtesy Flickr user Stephen Kelly

On the waterfront and in the vibrant China Basin neighborhood, be sure to support your World Series Champions, the San Francisco Giants at AT&T Park! Grab a crab sandwich, ice cream sundae or garlic fries (maybe not in that order) after you go down the giant Coca-Cola slide. MB360 residents, you’re just walking distance from the champs.



5. Drink and play

Mosaic steps. Image courtesy Flickr user _e.t

Whether it’s a jog along the bay at Crissy Field, stunning views from the Land’s End trail, or racing up the beautifully tiled mosaic steps on 16th avenue in the inner-Sunset neighborhood, you’ll begin to love your workouts.



7. Visit the Walt Disney Family Museum

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San Francisco’s coffee scene has grown into its own and now stands tall. Coit Tower tall. Be sure to visit Blue Bottle Co., Four Barrel Coffee, and Ritual Coffee Roasters and inhale the rich aroma that people call coffee but works like magic.



9. Grab a glass at the Beer Festivals

Catch the ferry at the beautiful Ferry Building on Embarcadero. Image courtesy Michele Ursino

It doesn’t matter where. Enjoy stunning views of the bay, the Golden Gate Bridge and the Bay Bridge, as well as Alcatraz. If you land in a glorious place like Mill Valley, be sure to visit the Buckeye Roadhouse where you’ll find the best Mud Pie (you won’t want to share). Tip: catch a ferry around sunset.