Haas - Lilienthal House, San Francisco
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A San Francisco ci sono un sacco di belle case. Potremmo dire che è una delle attrazioni principali della città, ma non ce ne sono di aperte al pubblico!!! Questa è l'unica e va vista. Non è aperta tu... read more »In San Francisco there are lots of beautiful homes. We could say that is one of the main attractions of the city, but there are none to open to the public! This is the only and needs to be seen. Is not open every day, also check timetables. The visit is guided and is told the history of the House and its owners. Really nice, well maintained and decorated.show original
We visited this house after having a picnic at LaFayette Park. It was open a short time on Wednesday afternoon and we got a discount for being AAA members (well, they accepted the Canadian AA membersh... read more »
This house is so much fun to go through and the history is so entertaining. This is an original Victorian house that survived the earthquake of 1906 (there are cracks, which you will see). The tour gu... read more »
We enjoyed the example Victorian homes in San Francisco. The rooms have complete furniture, almost all original to the house. The docent pointed out pieces not original. We enjoyed the docent led tour. I think there was plenty of research performed for the house, but I did doubt some facts the docent discussed. I recommend visiting and enjoying the tour.
Really enjoyed our visit here and it was great to get a feel for how some of the rich lived before the earthquake and fire. Our guide knew a lot about the history and had some great stories to tell. A beautiful home and well worth the entrance fee, especially as there aren't many such home left, at least not ones open to the public.
This Victorian house in the middle of Dan Fransisco is a great way to see cool architecture, learn about the traditions of Victorian times and learn about the city's past. The tour guides were knowledgeable and the tickets were cheap (with a $1 discount if you have a AAA membership). I would definitely reccomending this to visitors of the city and natives alike.
nice museum good history of the family and the choo choo train
Excellent tour of historical pre 1906 earthquake house, highly recommend the walking tour on Sunday's at 12.30pm
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