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San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park, San Francisco
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Ce parc comporte deux parties : -un musée mitoyen avec l'hotel Argonaut dans un batiment en briques , ancienne conserverie restauré. Musée sur l'histoire du port de SanFrancisco très bien présenté, be... read more »This Park has two parts:-an adjoining Museum with the hotel Argonaut in a brick building, restored old cannery. Museum on the history of the port of San Francisco very well presented, a lot of atmosphere. -in front on the pier several ships that can be visited. Do not miss a visit to the tall ship Balclutha. Great view of the Bay, Alcatraz and the port.show original
I'm sure it helps that this was such a bargain for me, since I was traveling with two children who got free admission (I couldn't find costs online - it is $10 for adults and free for children 15 and ... read more »
Took about 2 hours to go through all the boats they have on this pier. Well worth the money spent. There are boats that are a hundred years old and you can go on board and walk through the cargo areas... read more »
Un parke muy limpio
A wonderful effort is being put in here to save and restore some truly historic vessels. It was great to have open access to see their workshops and their use of traditional boat building practices.
This is an absolutely beautiful park with some really amazing spots. I went here with a bunch of friends for a day of hiking, picnicing, and general messing about. The park rangers do a really good job keeping the area neat and I will definitely be going back for =some more outdoor fun.
Great place to visit. I go there often each time I go to San Francisco. During the fleet week this is a one of the place you have to go.
A great park to relax at or watch fireworks for the 4th of July celebration. This was the first place I've been able to watch fireworks at with my feet in the sand (just be sure to find out when high tide comes in if you plan on watching from the beach). It's close to Ghirardelli Square and has good views of the Golden Gate Bridge.
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