Adventures and Fun in San Francisco

Dorian Jamal
Dorian Jamal
Adventures and Fun in San Francisco

Sightseeing

The 1906 miracle hydrant which sprang to life despite no water pressure. This hydrant saved the men, women and children who fought a wall of fire for three days following the Great San Francisco Earthquake using nothing but the wine and beer they'd saved in their cellars. Check it out then have a drink in the park just like they did.
The Golden Fire Hydrant
3899 20th Street
The 1906 miracle hydrant which sprang to life despite no water pressure. This hydrant saved the men, women and children who fought a wall of fire for three days following the Great San Francisco Earthquake using nothing but the wine and beer they'd saved in their cellars. Check it out then have a drink in the park just like they did.
The center of all open-air hangouts and parties in San Francisco. After defeating the 1906 fire the Mission poured into Dolores Park. The owner of Anchor Steam brewery brought beer and liquor from his storehouses in Daly City and the citizens and horses partied for three days. Dolores Park still hosts parties each day from Friday to Sunday. It's a true San Francisco landmark.
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Mission Dolores Park
Mission 19th Street
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The center of all open-air hangouts and parties in San Francisco. After defeating the 1906 fire the Mission poured into Dolores Park. The owner of Anchor Steam brewery brought beer and liquor from his storehouses in Daly City and the citizens and horses partied for three days. Dolores Park still hosts parties each day from Friday to Sunday. It's a true San Francisco landmark.
This small alley between Valencia and Mission streets hosts a constantly changing street art exhibition. The entirety of the walls on both sides of the alley are covered completely with magical murals, graph art, political statements, demands for justice, memorials to cultural heroes, and beautiful art. It is always different and always interesting.
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Clarion Alley
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This small alley between Valencia and Mission streets hosts a constantly changing street art exhibition. The entirety of the walls on both sides of the alley are covered completely with magical murals, graph art, political statements, demands for justice, memorials to cultural heroes, and beautiful art. It is always different and always interesting.
The permanent collection is quite good and their hosted exhibitions span all modern art from clothing to paintings to mixed media. The tower view level is open for free and provides a 360 degree view of the West end of the City, Golden Gate Bridge and the North Bay.
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Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco
50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Dr
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The permanent collection is quite good and their hosted exhibitions span all modern art from clothing to paintings to mixed media. The tower view level is open for free and provides a 360 degree view of the West end of the City, Golden Gate Bridge and the North Bay.