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You might remember the Alamo Square Park from the opening credits of the 1980s sitcom Full House, where the Tanner family is seen enjoying a picnic here in the backdrop of the Painted Ladies-Alamo Square. That was the park's shot to fame. This lovely green expanse is a place where most of the local families come to spend time under the bright San Francisco sun. At any given time, you can see kids playing, people strolling with babies or walking dogs around the park. In an otherwise bustling city, the Alamo Square Park is an oasis of peace. If you are in San Francisco, the Alamo Square Park is definitely worth a visit.
Weinstein Gallery situated in the busy Clementina Street is a splendid art museum that exhibits avant-garde artwork made by artists from all across the globe. The surreal and non-objective art collection at this gallery is quite interesting and is a must visit for art lovers while in the city. The various permanent and temporary exhibitions at Weinstein Gallery are mesmerizing and provide a meeting place for the artists and the art lovers in the city. Apart from exploring the stunning art collection, this gallery also provide you with the perfect setting for meeting and bonding with fellow art enthusiasts in the city.
San Francisco has had a riotous past, to put it mildly, and this 3.8-mile tour takes you to most of the famous spots where things happened, as well as many other points of historical and cultural interest. Eras of interest here range from the Gold Rush times to the present. Follow the brass medallions and arrows in the sidewalk from the Old Mint at Fifth and Mission to Aquatic Park for a great way to see the city. Printed guides, audio tours and guided tours are available. See website for further details on each.
The first San Francisco cable car was tested 1873 and since then this form of transportation has been associated with the city. The Cable Car Turnaround is where the cable car turns around on their route as well as stop to pick up passengers. You can purchase tickets at the kiosk beside the stop. Even if you don't want to ride on one, this is the perfect location to pose for a picture besides a cable car.