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We went to Fort Mason for a yearly craft fair. It is a beautiful area near the bay and the walk to the Marina from the Fisherman's Wharf area is beautiful as well. Fort Mason consists of several buildings. A couple of buildings appear to...More
Be it wine festival, crafts fair, art exhibition, liquor and whiskey tasting...there is a non-stop parade of events from spring to fall in this place. Besides that, it has an amazing upscale vegetarian restaurant - Greens, which has beautiful views of the Golden Gate bridge...More
Attended a private party at the General’s Residence. Very cool house/mansion to host an event at. The theme of our party was “house party” through the decades and it seemed like they had a lot of license when it came to decorating!
This is one of the best collection of artisans I've seen. Different range of products of all kinds. The San Francisco Art Institute had the student art sale at the same time and it too offered quite a collection of talent.
Can park inside the confines for a fee. This place is of historical significance and houses an Art gallery, restaurant, cafeteria, bookstore and has various activities held there throughout the day. The activities probably vary from day to day.
If you climb the steps from...More
I was at the Ft. Mason center helping my daughter set up her booth at the Sunday morning Farmer's Market. A ton of fun with the two rows of fresh food and vegetables. But this review is about the secret views I got just by...More
Fort Mason Center represented San Francisco's military history, from the Civil War to World War 2. This was once my father's favorite place for the sale of used books to support the facilities' upkeep. Thanks to the organization that preserves this historical location, visitors and...More
Beautiful homes, beautiful people, and a beautiful backdrop of the Golden Gate Bridge welcome visitors to the Marina. Originally the location for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition in 1915 (whose remnants can be seen at the Palace of Fine Arts), much of the land was filled and flattened to accommodate a world’s fair. That ample space has given way to a jogger’s paradise at the northern edge of the city.
With the picturesque bay setting as its backdrop, it’s no surprise that the area has hosted numerous movie productions. Daytime activities focus on café culture and boutique shopping, while the evenings turn this neighbourhood into a party-going hotspot.