You will discover more than 1,200 sections of land of verdant slants, cleared strolling trails, and authentic structures inside this urban national park. Fort Mason is set in a perfect area with staggering cove sees that make it local people's must-be spot for Fourth of July fireworks or inland post point for Opening Day of the Bay celebrations. The Fort Mason Center frequently hosts occasions including an agriculturists' market, traditions, live theater, and shows. Obviously, there is a lot of history to be found. In the 1860's the fort was the city's beach front fortress. Amid WWII it was a bustling port of embarkation for US troops and 49 of the first structures remain.
San Francisco Maritime Museum/Aquatic Park Bathhouse Building
Fort Mason Center
San Francisco African American Historical & Cultural Society
Restaurant Gary Danko
McCormick & Kuleto's Seafood & Steaks
Boudin Bakery Cafe
Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Fisherman's Wharf, an Ihg Hotel