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Must-See Sights In San Francisco

Make The Orchard Garden Hotel your San Francisco home away from home. Just minutes from some of the city’s most popular and beloved attractions, our Bush Street retreat puts you in the heart of downtown San Francisco, making it easy to explore all this unique city has to offer.

Cable Cars
San Francisco Cable Cars

The city’s historic cable cars have are a fixture throughout the city - from Nob Hill to the Financial District and Fisherman’s Wharf. Take a ride to your favorite neighborhoods and attractions on these famous ...
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San Francisco Cable Cars

The city’s historic cable cars have are a fixture throughout the city - from Nob Hill to the Financial District and Fisherman’s Wharf. Take a ride to your favorite neighborhoods and attractions on these famous moving landmarks. You can hop aboard just two blocks from the hotel and see all the sights, sounds and attractions of San Francisco. One-day, three-day and seven-day Passports are available and can also be used on city buses.

Fishermans Wharf
Fisherman's Wharf

Fisherman’s Wharf is a lively and historic marketplace filled with activities and breathtaking Bay views. This beloved destination is a coastal row of unique shopping, souvenir stores, seafood restaurants, vendors, Bay cruises, street performers, live music and ...
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Fisherman's Wharf

Fisherman’s Wharf is a lively and historic marketplace filled with activities and breathtaking Bay views. This beloved destination is a coastal row of unique shopping, souvenir stores, seafood restaurants, vendors, Bay cruises, street performers, live music and a great fishing pier.

San Francisco waterfront
Golden Gate Bridge

San Francisco’s most recognized landmark and one of the world’s most breathtaking structures, the Golden Gate Bridge is the gateway where the Bay meets the Pacific Ocean. Drive, bike or take a half-hour walk across ...
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Golden Gate Bridge

San Francisco’s most recognized landmark and one of the world’s most breathtaking structures, the Golden Gate Bridge is the gateway where the Bay meets the Pacific Ocean. Drive, bike or take a half-hour walk across the 4,200-foot span to take in the city’s most inspiring views.

Presidio
The Presidio

The 1,480-acre Presidio is a national park preserving San Francisco’s cultural and natural heritage. A one-time U.S. Army post and site of the World’s Fair, The Presidio is part of the Golden Gate National ...
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The Presidio

The 1,480-acre Presidio is a national park preserving San Francisco’s cultural and natural heritage. A one-time U.S. Army post and site of the World’s Fair, The Presidio is part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, a favorite year-round recreational spot with spectacular vistas, walking trails, and historic and architectural gems.

Flamingo
San Francisco Zoo

The San Francisco Zoo is Northern California's largest zoological park and conservation center and is home to 1,000+ exotic and endangered wildlife. Overlooking the Pacific Ocean, this urban retreat features dozens of exhibits, including Grizzy Gulch, the Gorilla Preserve, Penguin ...
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San Francisco Zoo

The San Francisco Zoo is Northern California's largest zoological park and conservation center and is home to 1,000+ exotic and endangered wildlife. Overlooking the Pacific Ocean, this urban retreat features dozens of exhibits, including Grizzy Gulch, the Gorilla Preserve, Penguin Island, Koala Crossing, Lemur Forest and the Australian WalkAbout.

Museum of Modern Art
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art is home to an extensive collection of modern and contemporary 20th century art, including paintings, sculpture, photography, architecture and design. Don’t miss the beautiful atrium lobby, interactive Education Center, the ...
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San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art is home to an extensive collection of modern and contemporary 20th century art, including paintings, sculpture, photography, architecture and design. Don’t miss the beautiful atrium lobby, interactive Education Center, the museum shop, Caffe Museo and the new 14,400-square-foot Rooftop Garden.

Meteron
Meteron

A popular entertainment and technology marketplace, the Metreon in downtown San Francisco is a 350,000-square-foot complex featuring an diverse mix of restaurants, retailers and interactive attractions, as well as the West Coast's largest IMAX theatre.


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Meteron

A popular entertainment and technology marketplace, the Metreon in downtown San Francisco is a 350,000-square-foot complex featuring an diverse mix of restaurants, retailers and interactive attractions, as well as the West Coast's largest IMAX theatre.

Asian Art museum
Asian Art Museum

The Asian Art Museum is one of the largest museums in the world and features a collection of 17,000 artworks spanning 6,000 years of history and seven regions. Located at the Civic Center, the high-tech museum showcases the material, aesthetic, and ...
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Asian Art Museum

The Asian Art Museum is one of the largest museums in the world and features a collection of 17,000 artworks spanning 6,000 years of history and seven regions. Located at the Civic Center, the high-tech museum showcases the material, aesthetic, and intellectual achievements of Asian art and culture.

Chinatown
Chinatown

One of San Francisco’s most popular destinations, historic Chinatown is home to the largest Chinese community on the West Coast. Pass through the dragon-crested gate and explore an array of unique restaurants, shops, markets and bakeries spanning ...
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Chinatown

One of San Francisco’s most popular destinations, historic Chinatown is home to the largest Chinese community on the West Coast. Pass through the dragon-crested gate and explore an array of unique restaurants, shops, markets and bakeries spanning a 24-square block area.

Moscone Center
Moscone Convention Center

Moscone Center features 700,000 square feet of exhibit space, six primary exhibit halls, 106 meeting rooms, 123,000 square feet of stylish pre-function lobbies, and houses a diverse collection of San Francisco's public art. Catering services, state-of the art audio/visual technology and ...
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Moscone Convention Center

Moscone Center features 700,000 square feet of exhibit space, six primary exhibit halls, 106 meeting rooms, 123,000 square feet of stylish pre-function lobbies, and houses a diverse collection of San Francisco's public art. Catering services, state-of the art audio/visual technology and a total digital network round out this premier facility.

Palace of Fine Art
Palace of Fine Arts

Created as part of the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition, the Palace of Fine Arts is a stately structure featuring a classical Roman rotunda with curved colonnades in an idyllic park setting. Its home to art exhibitions, theater performances, events and ...
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Palace of Fine Arts

Created as part of the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition, the Palace of Fine Arts is a stately structure featuring a classical Roman rotunda with curved colonnades in an idyllic park setting. Its home to art exhibitions, theater performances, events and has been the backdrop for many movies, including Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo.

Alcatraz
Alcatraz Island

Cruise through the waters of San Francisco Bay to the rocky Island of Alcatraz, one of San Francisco’s most historic attractions. Formerly America's infamous maximum-security prison, sitting in the middle of San Francisco Bay, Alcatraz once held ...
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Alcatraz Island

Cruise through the waters of San Francisco Bay to the rocky Island of Alcatraz, one of San Francisco’s most historic attractions. Formerly America's infamous maximum-security prison, sitting in the middle of San Francisco Bay, Alcatraz once held the country’s most notorious criminals, including gangster Al Capone.

Castro District
Castro District

San Francisco’s “gay village” is home of the annual San Francisco Gay Pride Parade and the city's gay nightclubs, gay-friendly restaurants, shops and theaters. This vibrant neighborhood is bordered by Haight Ashbury, Noe Valley, Mission ...
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Castro District

San Francisco’s “gay village” is home of the annual San Francisco Gay Pride Parade and the city's gay nightclubs, gay-friendly restaurants, shops and theaters. This vibrant neighborhood is bordered by Haight Ashbury, Noe Valley, Mission and Twin Peaks.

Lombard Street
Lombard Street

San Francisco’s twisty must-see attraction, Lombard Street is known as America’s “crookedest street” thanks to eight hair-pin turns on a treacherous 40-degree slope. The steep, hilly street was created with sharp curves to ...
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Lombard Street

San Francisco’s twisty must-see attraction, Lombard Street is known as America’s “crookedest street” thanks to eight hair-pin turns on a treacherous 40-degree slope. The steep, hilly street was created with sharp curves to switchback down the one-way hill past beautiful Victorian mansions.

Union Square
Union Square

San Francisco’s shopping mecca, fashionable and historic Union Square is home to the city’s finest department stores, specialty shops, boutiques and restaurants. Surrounding the square, you’ll find department stores like Nordstrom, Macy's, Neiman-Marcus, ...
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Union Square

San Francisco’s shopping mecca, fashionable and historic Union Square is home to the city’s finest department stores, specialty shops, boutiques and restaurants. Surrounding the square, you’ll find department stores like Nordstrom, Macy's, Neiman-Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, and well as small boutiques and superstores.

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