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Memories stay golden in San Francisco.
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You've probably heard of San Francisco's famous trolleys, magnificent bridges, and historic districts. But it's what you don't know that makes this city a truly memorable trip. Discover lively piers, outdoor treks, unconventional eats, and so much more.

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San Francisco is a remarkable place. Its charm draws tens of millions of visitors to its colorful neighborhoods and timeless attractions every year. Founded by Spaniards in 1776 and ceded to the United States by Mexico in 1848, the City by the Bay is culturally rich and uniquely endearing. Known as "Everybody's Favorite City," San Francisco welcomes all to stroll its streets, ride its cable cars, and hike its hills. And while the city always maintains its unmistakable character and signature romance, San Francisco is never the same place twice. The city is constantly changing, transcending time by reinventing itself and pioneering trends in a way that only San Francisco can.

WorldMark San Francisco and your area Club Pass resorts are Vacation Ready, welcoming you back with the highest levels of cleanliness and health safety standards. Explore 49-square miles of scenic sights and book it to City by the Bay.

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Golden Gate Park

Golden Gate Park is 20% larger than New York City's Central Park and offers some of San Francisco's most popular attractions. The Japanese Tea Garden, the Conservatory of Flowers, the de Young Museum, and the California Academy of Sciences are all located in Golden Gate Park. The park is also home to Two Dutch windmills and a herd of bison.


Alcatraz once housed some of America's most notorious criminals. Gangsters like Al Capone, Arthur 'Doc' Barker, and Machine Gun Kelly were inmates at the infamous penitentiary. Visitors can tour the eerie cells and listen to recorded memories from former prisoners and guards. Reach Alcatraz by ferry and take the night tour for an extra rush of adrenaline.

Golden Gate Bridge

The 1.7-mile bridge connecting San Francisco and Marin counties is one of the most beloved in the world. The iconic Golden Gate Bridge is a work of art and an engineering marvel flanked on both ends with natural beauty. View it from nearby Battery Spencer, Marshall's Beach, or Fort Point. You can also take an open-air bus trip across the bridge.

Muir Woods

Less than 45-minutes north from the City by the Bay is Muir Woods, a federally protected National Monument home to one of the last remaining redwood forests in Northern California. Take a one-hour guided tour of the park's magnificent old-growth coastal redwood trees or hike 6-miles of shaded trails. There is plenty to do and see in this wilderness retreat.

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Palace of Fine Arts

Constructed for the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition, the Palace of Fine Arts was quickly built after the 1906 earthquake to showcase the resiliency and recovery of San Francisco. The Greco-Roman structure, with its hallmark rotunda and colonnade, lush landscaping, and pleasant lagoon is the perfect backdrop for sunset photos.


San Francisco's Chinatown, the oldest in North America, features 24-blocks of shops, eateries, and authentic Chinese restaurants. The neighborhood is one of the city's most popular areas, boasting more visitors than the Golden Gate Bridge. While there, visit the famous Golden Gate Fortune Cookie Factory to create your very own fortune cookie.

Neighborhood Tours

Bring your camera, wear extra layers, and remember that pretty much anywhere you go in San Francisco involves a hill. Try out the upscale Union Street tour, the trendy Mission District tour, or the quintessential Victorian architecture tour along Alamo Square Park which includes an up-close and personal look at the picturesque Painted Ladies.

Cable Cars

The San Francisco cable cars are the country's only rolling National Historic Landmark and a fantastic way to get around the city. Take the nine-mile-per-hour ride on a moving cable car or take a few selfies on the stationary cars at the intersection of Hyde and Beach Street. You can also visit the Cable Car Museum on Mason Street.

Fisherman's Wharf

Make your way to Fisherman's Wharf where you can wander along Pier 39, a festive waterfront marketplace with two levels of dining, shopping, entertainment, and countless attractions. Be sure to stop and see the famous California sea lions sunbathing on the docks of the wharf.

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Rose's Cafe

Drawing its culinary inspiration from Italy, Rose's Cafe serves up some of the tastiest breakfast in the Bay Area. Sourcing the freshest ingredients from local farmers, ranchers, and fisherman, the all-day brunch menu is ripe with traditional favorites and innovative creations. The breakfast pizza made with smoked ham, fontina, and eggs, is the perfect way to power an afternoon of sightseeing. $$$

Saigon Sandwich

Authentic Vietnamese banh mi is served fresh to order at Saigon Sandwich. The lunch counter offers a limited menu of mostly pork, chicken, and tofu sandwiches, and is known for its signature pate. Many consider the sandwich shop to be the best purveyor of banh mi in the entire city. And at $4 a sandwich, you can't go wrong with the price. $

Lolo Restaurant

The flavors of Jalisco, the western Pacific Mexican district, and California fuse together to create the Jaliscan-Californian inspired cuisine of Lolo Restaurant. The creative, family-owned eatery offers traditional Mexican favorites with a modern twist. Some of the restaurant's most popular dishes include a chile con queso dip, empanadas stuffed with portobello mushrooms, and a fried chicken burrito. $$

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