- Oakland International Airport
- San Francisco International Airport
- American Conservatory Theater
- AT&T Park
- Davies Symphony Hall
- Orpheum Theater
- SFJAZZ CENTER
- War Memorial Opera House
- Coit Tower
- Ferry Building
- Ghirardelli Square
- Golden Gate Park
- Lombard Street
- Yerba Buena Gardens
- Asian Art Museum
- California Academy of Sciences
- Contemporary Jewish Museum
- de Young Museum
- Legion of Honor
- Museum of the African Diaspora
- Palace of Fine Arts
- San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
- The Legion of Honor
- Fisherman's Wharf
- Union Square
- South San Francisco BART Station
How To Get Here
The Museum of the African Diaspora is the first major museum in the world focused on the African Diaspora. The Museum's vision is to celebrate, explore and share the art, culture and history of the African Diaspora.
SFMOMA has a dynamic schedule of thought-provoking exhibitions on view, including special exhibitions and changing presentations from the museum's collection of more than 26,000 artworks, photographs, and design objects.
The Contemporary Jewish Museum opened in its new location in June, 2008. The Museum has engaged visitors with its range of exhibitions, and educational and cultural programs including film and music, lectures, readings and other live performances.
de Young Museum, now featuring the King Tut Exhibit, is considered an architectural marvel and a city landmark. It is a world class fine arts museum showcasing a diverse and priceless collection of American art from the 17th century to modern day on display.
The Legion of Honor is one of the city's most beautiful fine arts museums. Located atop the cliffs of Lands End overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge, the Legion displays an impressive collection of ancient and European art spanning 4,000 years.
A distinctive landmark, the Palace of Fine Arts is a favorite destination known for its scenic locale. The structure houses the world class Exploratorium, an interactive science museum, and a 1,000 seat theatre that hosts multiple special events.
The acclaimed Asian Art Museum showcases nearly 17,000 Asian art treasures spanning 6,000 years. It is one of the largest museums in the world devoted exclusively to Asian art.
An internationally recognized symbol of San Francisco, the Golden Gate Bridge was completed in 1937 and stretches 1.5 miles across the entrance of the San Francisco Bay. No trip to the city is complete without a visit to this landmark.
Golden Gate Park is one of the city's most beloved destinations and offers countless cultural and recreational attractions. At over 1,000 acres, larger than New York City's Central Park, it is one of San Francisco's most popular and visited locations.
The oldest Japanese Tea Garden in the United States, it is also considered to be the birthplace of the fortune cookie. The Garden is a serene and peaceful oasis to enjoy a stroll and a cup of tea.
Located in a historic building on the waterfront, the Ferry Building Marketplace offers a wide range of organic and locally produced food products as well as restaurants serving high quality cuisine. It is a great place to wander, sample food, and shop.
Encompassing 5.5 acres, Yerba Buena Gardens offer a serene oasis in the midst of the bustle of city life. In addition to the multiple attractions in the Gardens, a regular schedule of outdoor events is held here between May and October.
Union Square is one of San Francisco's main shopping destinations in the city. Bordered by Geary, Powell, Post and Stockton streets, it has been the home of the best shopping, dining and theatre for over 100 years.
Excursions and Activities
Sausalito has been compared to the French Riviera because of its Mediterranean flair and breathtaking views. From San Francisco, you would travel by bus or car across the majestic Golden Gate Bridge to visit this charming waterfront community. It is also easily accessible by car ferry from Fisherman's Wharf or the Ferry Building on San Francisco's Embarcadero.
Napa Valley is one of the world's premier wine growing regions. In addition to winery tours, visitors can also enjoy fine dining and shopping as well as take in Napa Valley's relaxed lifestyle and scenic location.
Enjoy Sonoma's rustic surroundings amidst the backdrop of a dynamic wine region that is home to award winning wineries, stately redwoods, magnificent coastlines, Infineon raceway, and plenty of shopping.
Just 18 minutes from the hotel and 6.4mi/10.3km away. The Golden Gate Golf Course is located within Golden Gate Park, this fun and scenic course offers a par three, nine-hole course, ideal for beginning golfers.
Located minutes from downtown San Francisco, the Arnold Palmer managed Presidio Golf Course has earned a reputation as one of the nation's top public courses featuring an 18-hole, 72-par course in the scenic Presidio Park.
Now a member of the PGA Tour's Tournament Player's Club network of courses, TPC Harding Park features an 18-hole, 72-par course, located in the southwest corner of San Francisco and surrounded by Lake Merced. Located 15 minutes from The St Regis San Francisco.