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Golden Gate Bridge San Francisco 13.1 km away
#2 of 738 things to do in San Francisco
The best part was the strong cool breeze which was flowing which we all loved, especially the kids.. Some great pictures and memories for lifetime.. Must visit place...
I visited with my children and they loved it it was more beautiful than I imagined we went in the morning to beat the crowds and it was so worth it it was a bit foggy and rainy but it made for beautiful pictures
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Pier 39 San Francisco 11.6 km away
#5 of 738 things to do in San Francisco
We loved Pier 39! Amazing fun place to go! Great restaurants, family fun place, a lot of shops, you get to see the sea lions, you can see Alcatraz or take the tour from there also.
- Amazing Place for couples and families - Has many restaurants, activities and plenty of shopping - Stunning pier - Would highly recommend visiting, I would most certainly do it again!
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Cable Cars San Francisco 13.1 km away
#3 of 738 things to do in San Francisco
Must to do the cable car with open section on California Street, my kids loved the ride on steep hills, such unique and unforgettable experience!
We visited Robert Mondavi and Conn Family wineries, Chardonay Golf Course, Pleasant Hill, Fisherman Wharf and the Golden Gate Bridge.
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Exploratorium San Francisco 12.3 km away
#12 of 738 things to do in San Francisco
What a wonderful facility to be enjoyed by children and adults alike!! Lots of interesting hands on exhibits that are educational and enlightening.
Oh the exhibits... great for adults and kids, where you can read and learn in as much depth as you like, or just spin around holding a gyroscope, or see amazing scientific art exhibits.
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Tilden Park Little Farm Berkeley 10.8 km away
#3 of 78 things to do in Berkeley
Nestled at the very bottom of a huge park is Little Farm, a FREE farm you can bring your kids to see, pet, and feed cows, sheep, goats, and fowl.
A wonderful opportunity for city children to see farm animals: cows, sheep, goats, pigs, ducks and chickens.
Tilden Regional Park Berkeley 11.3 km away
#1 of 78 things to do in Berkeley
The carousel at Tilden Park is an excellent place to tak children for a lovely outing, and can easily be combined with a picnic and hike, and ride on the steam trains for a full day.
I love Tilden park- it's wild with wonderful trees and paths, yet you can also come with friends and family and take shorter walks or hang out at a picnic bench.
Golden Gate Park San Francisco 18.1 km away
#15 of 738 things to do in San Francisco
rose, dahlia), Japanese Tea Garden [savor a cup of tea], Botanical Garden and Conservatory of Flowers; enjoy a paddle boat ride [a children favorite] on Stow Lake; art at the Fine Arts Museum (aka DeYoung); scienc...
This FREE event is always very well run, with easy walk-in access, plenty of bathrooms, kid & pet friendly, and that's before you even get to the fantastic live performances from the orchestra and singers.
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Oracle Park San Francisco 14.8 km away
#9 of 738 things to do in San Francisco
... drink options throughout the park, interesting attractions (e.g., mini ballpark and Coke bottle slide in the outfield), passionate and polite family-friendly fans, convenient transportation options - perfect day!
There are activities for the kids, great moments in Giant's history, too many restaurants to list (including the S.F. favorite Doggie Diner!) and so much room to walk around.
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Marine Mammal Center Sausalito 15.4 km away
#3 of 74 things to do in Sausalito
Tucked away in the hills is a wonderful mammal center that is great for children and adults.
Informative and perfect for kids
Muir Woods National Monument Mill Valley 16.7 km away
#2 of 20 things to do in Mill Valley
Be prepared to experience a breath taking drive or if you are lucky enough to camp here , OMG , My children and I felt the tranquility , peaceful joy of a little piece of heaven .
Muir Woods National Monument was an amazing experience for sure ..a day out for the whole family, only $10 to get in a bargain really when you consider the great work it is to keep the woods maintained.
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Oakland Museum of California Oakland 16.4 km away
#2 of 82 things to do in Oakland
During our visit there was a special Hip-Hop exhibit tracing the history and artistic influences of Hip-Hop music, dance, graffiti art and interactive stations which is great for kids/families.
The museum's exhibits engage people of all ages, from young children, who enjoy tgthe special hands-on activities spread through every floor, to elders, often touched by their personal memories as they explore the...
California Academy of Sciences San Francisco 17.3 km away
#35 of 738 things to do in San Francisco
It's great for kids and offers a lot of interactive exhibits as well as interesting California wildlife, a fantastic rainforest exhibit you can walk through, and an albino alligator.
Awesome we enjoyed it very much the whole family must do great stuff will defenitely recommend Eye opener too many cool ideas and invention everyone will enjoy thumps up
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Lands End San Francisco 18.3 km away
#8 of 738 things to do in San Francisco
The views are absolutely amazing ... the ocean, the beach ...! It is a short hike, and very doable with kids ... Lots of nice places to eat nearby overlooking the ocean!
Really great views and easy hike, easily accessible, lots of parking and kid/dog/family friendly.
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Battery Spencer Sausalito 14.5 km away
#1 of 74 things to do in Sausalito
It does not require great fitness - easy to do with kids, but might be hard for people with limited mobility.
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Marin County Farmers' Market--San Rafael San Rafael 17.0 km away
#1 of 18 things to do in San Rafael
Amazing food, wonderful local purveyors, fun for children, beautiful art, and more.
They can be fun for kids, too, as she has aracanas (meaning your dozen will likely have a few turquoise or green eggs).
Golden Gate National Recreation Area Marin County 13.6 km away
#11 of 200 things to do in Marin County
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San Francisco Botanical Garden San Francisco 17.6 km away
#23 of 738 things to do in San Francisco
Nearby in Golden Gate park is the glass house containing a multitude of tropical plants and a butterfly house, wonderful for children, where you can mix with Californian butterflies and, for a fee, release butterf...
The kids liked the green space here to roll down hills, the adults loved well-cultivated walks and the organization of the plants into themed walks and groupings.
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Musee Mecanique San Francisco 11.7 km away
#27 of 738 things to do in San Francisco
The kids loved getting their fortunes and playing old video games and my Mom loved seeing Grandma's Predictions, a boardwalk gem from her youth!
Great for Families since there are interesting antiques along with more modern machines and its interactive and fun for pictures.
Golden Gate Promenade San Francisco 13.0 km away
#17 of 738 things to do in San Francisco
A real paradise for all hikers, joggers and other sportspeople, families with children, dog walkers, kite runners, fishermen, musicians and simply everyone who enjoys fresh air and a nice walk.
It's great for a stroll, run or bike ride, for adults and kids alike.
Bay Area Discovery Museum Sausalito 11.7 km away
#4 of 74 things to do in Sausalito
There is a temporary exhibit based on Mary Pope's books: The Magic Treehouse this is where we spent most of the time of our visit as my kids love reading her books.
If you live in the Bay Area or are just visiting and have children or grandchildren between the ages of 6 months to 10 years and are looking for a special day adventure to take them to, the Bay Area Discovery Muse...
Mission Dolores Park San Francisco 17.2 km away
#32 of 738 things to do in San Francisco
we spent most of the day just chilling in the park there was music playing, a love parade, lots and lots of young people, families with their dogs enjoying a sunny day with picnics all around.
This park is totally gorgeous, a playground for kids, date palms, nice bathrooms, a local "beach" filled with people picnicing and sunbathing.
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Angel Island State Park San Francisco 11.7 km away
#28 of 738 things to do in San Francisco
Great place to go with family for a true history story of immigrants, military history.
Our family, including children aged 6 and 9, thoroughly enjoyed our time on Angel Island.
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Fort Point National Historic Site San Francisco 13.9 km away
#36 of 738 things to do in San Francisco
The friendly Rangers are helpful and informative, the programs (don't miss Jr. Rangers if you have children!) are excellent, and this particular fort is unique in its location and wholeness.
It’s free to tour, the Park Rangers provide a cannon loading demonstration, with crowd participation, which is great fun for kids and the kid at heart.
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San Francisco Bay Ferry Oakland 15.8 km away
#3 of 82 things to do in Oakland
If you get tired or too drunk, Ubers and Lyfts and cabs (remember them) are always available, The ferry ride is always fun but especially on a nice sunny deay, The kids love it because it is a BOAT RIDE.
It’s always the best choice to bring family from out of town to Fisherman’s wharf by ferry, everybody had time to relax and you bypass paying the exhorbitant parking fees.
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Crissy Field San Francisco 13.0 km away
#44 of 738 things to do in San Francisco
The walk along the field has ducks and ponds, children bikers joggers tourists photo opportunities of Sausalito, bridge Alcatraz and more and the exercise will do you good.
Bikes, dogs, kids, windsurfing, surfing - or just sitting on the beach or grass... Sailboats in the distance - alongside tour boats and cargo ships.
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Fisherman's Wharf San Francisco 11.7 km away
#7 of 738 things to do in San Francisco
You can do everything in this area: from souvenir shopping to dining, acquariums, delicious chocolate, amusement park for children AND THE BEST PART is you get to snap a picture with Alcatraz in that background!!!
Great time just walking around Sight seeing options are plenty People watching Great food choices Fun for the whole family
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Children's Fairyland Oakland 15.7 km away
#7 of 82 things to do in Oakland
Great idea for younger children where fairyland is an oldschool place but still maintained great and activities for the younger children to run and have fun familes enjoy taking there kids and great for fieldtrips...
We spent a wonderful day with our grand kids who thoroughly enjoyed every set there.
China Camp State Park San Rafael 15.8 km away
#2 of 18 things to do in San Rafael
We came across this spot on a recent trip to St Rafael, great location on the edge of SF bay, benches and barbecues in situ for a great family/friends time.
We used to take the kids for a picnic dinner "al fresco" when temperatures rose into the 100's inland.
San Francisco Bay San Francisco 12.6 km away
#13 of 738 things to do in San Francisco
Some attractions along the way: Embarcadero center, docks for Alcatraz (book in advance), Pier 39 with many attractions (can get crowded, but great for kids), the amazing aquarium, sea lions, various bay cruises,...
There is a free maritime museum, it's really affordable for families to see the historic ships (adults are $10, kids 15 and under are free), it's a quick walk all around between the museum and Pier 39, and you can...
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UC Botanical Garden at Berkeley Berkeley 13.4 km away
#2 of 78 things to do in Berkeley
It's a great place to take young kids as well as older adults - the paved walkways makes it a light stroll, with areas that are shaded as well as others that are bright/hotter.
The gift shop is wonderful and offers numerous plant guides as well as teaching guides and books for children/youth.
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