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Arts, Science & Museums The San Francisco attractions below are some of the best choices for visitors to the area. Each offers a more info link to check out the attraction before making plans.

San Francisco has so many great attractions you would need a few weeks to see them all. There is something for everyone in the great city, See the sights, great museums, the wonderful San Francisco Parks, or take a tour to get a quick view of the city. Get out of the city and visit the Wine Country for a great day.

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Madame Tussauds San Francisco
145 Jefferson Street, Suite 600
San Francisco, California
94133 USA
Telephone: (866) 223-4240
Website: 
e-mail: info@madametussaudssf.com 

Meet your icons, get closer to fame than ever before and experience the "Spirit of San Francisco!". Experience amazing waxworks figure of your favourites A-list celebs, films stars, music idols, sporting superstars and world leaders on a great family day out
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The San Francisco Dungeon @ Fisherman's Wharf
145 Jefferson Street
San Francisco CA 94133
Phone: (855) 753-9999
e-mail: LDGuestExperience@merlinentertainments.biz 

The San Francisco Dungeon is a theatrical and humorous attraction which recreates various gory and macabre historical events through a mixture of live actors, rides and special effects. It provides an exciting mix of 9 live actor shows, 200 years of history, 360 sets, 1 dark boat ride and authentic storytelling. It’s hilarious fun and it’s sometimes a bit scary.

Fisherman's Wharf
San Francisco’s most popular destination. Known for its historic waterfront, delicious seafood, spectacular sights and unique shopping.
Pacific Bell Park
During the baseball season, home of the San Francisco Giants and a true traditional baseball park experience.
Napa Valley & Sonoma County Wine Country
Extensive sites containing visitor information, wineries, news, events, dining, spas, things to do, shopping, attractions, maps, weather, transportation, discounts, promotions, message boards, photo gallery.
Angel Island State Park
This gem of the California State Park system offers panoramic vistas of the entire Bay, sightseers will enjoy picture-postcard views of the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco Skyline, Marin, and Mt. Tamalpais. A clear day on the island is referred to as a 5 bridge day, when from the top of Mt. Livermore hikers can view the Golden Gate, Bay, Richmond/San Rafael, San Mateo and the Dumbarton bridges.
Gilroy Gardens Family Theme Park
Unique theme park centered around trees and horticulture in a mid-20th century Silicon Valley historical setting. Family fun including amusement rides and attractions.
Chabot Space & Science Center
On August 19, 2000 Chabot Space & Science Center opened to the public. The state-of-the-art Science Center features the Chabot telescopes, the Ask Jeeves Planetarium, Tien MegaDome theater, hands-on interactive science and technology exhibits, teacher training and student labs, and public science programs.
Monterey Bay Aquarium
Nearly 200 galleries and exhibits devoted to the diverse habitats of Monterey Bay. The four largest exhibits are the Outer Bay (1 million gallons); the Kelp Forest (335,000 gallons); Monterey Bay Habitats (326,000 gallons); and Sea Otters along the Rocky Coast (55,000 gallons). World’s largest jellyfish gallery and largest living deep sea exhibits.
Paramount's Great America
Paramount's Great America has a vast collection of roller coasters and exhilarating rides. Discover why Northern California's most thrilling theme park is the most satisfying and rewarding place for kids, adults and all thrillseekers to share special moments.
San Francisco Symphony
Under Michael Tilson Thomas, who assumed his post as Music Director in September 1995, the San Francisco Symphony has won some of the world's most prestigious recording awards, including Japan's Record Academy Award, France's Grand Prix du Disque, Britain's Gramophone Award, and the United States's Grammy for Carmina burana, Brahms's German Requiem, and scenes from Prokofiev's Romeo and Juliet.
Six Flags Discovery Kingdom
Located across SF Bay in Vallejo, America's only combination wildlife park, oceanarium and theme park has rides, shows, shops and attractions. Discover up close encounters of Land, Sea, and Sky at the all new Discovery Kingdom.
Sony Metreon
Events, theaters, attractions, shopping and dining all under one roof, located at the corner of Fourth and Mission streets in the heart of San Francisco.

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