San Francisco November 22, 2016
9 Legitimately Fun Things You Can Do In San Francisco For Under Ten Dollars
Yes, San Francisco is expensive. We all know it is pricey in Fog City, but not everything will cost an arm and a leg. For example, did you know that you can take free walking tours? If you want to explore San Francisco, and save money then check out these cheap things to do. These are all fun and worthwhile to do. Let’s check out some wonderful things to do here:
1. Japanese Tea Garden: Golden Gate Park
If you're a San Francisco resident then you can enjoy cherry blossoms at a good price. The Japanese Tea Garden is only $6.
2. Hamilton Indoor Pool: 1900 Geary Blvd
This is an indoor pool with not one but two water slides. Kids love the atmosphere and cool facility. Also, adults can go for a ride down the slides. Adults are charged $6, and children only $1.
3. Dandelion Chocolate: 740 Valencia St
Go on a rad tour of the chocolate production space of Dandeloin. You can enjoy and taste cacao as it is being processed. Only $5!
4. Treasure Island Flea: Treasure Island, San Francisco
Dig for a hidden treasure at the beautiful and affordable flea market on Treasure Island. The cost for admission is only $3!
5. Asian Art Museum: 200 Larkin Street
The Asian Art Museum of San Francisco houses one of the most comprehensive Asian art collections in the world, and on Thursdays admission is only $5.
6. Do Golden Gate Park
Ride the Golden Gate Park Shuttle Bus for free. Some of the attractions charge like the De Young Museum, California Academy of Sciences, but plenty are free like Stow Lake, the bison paddock, Ocean Beach, and the two windmills at the park.
7. Bi-Rite Creamery: 3692 18th St., San Francisco
Enjoy some ice cream from Bi-Rite Creamery for only $4. Bi-Rite offers homemade organic ice cream in interesting flavors.
8. Inexpensive or Free Walking Tours.
San Francisco City Guides' more than 200 trained volunteers lead free history and architectural tours all around the city. Also, Wild SF Walking Tours provides tours by donation only. A steal!
9. Yoga in Golden Gate Park
By donation or free, practice and do yoga at Golden Gate Park. All-levels Vinyasa class taught by Purusha Seva's master teachers Joy Ravelli and Eric Sparks. Held every Saturday at 11:30 in the morning.
Do you know of any other cool and cheap things to do in San Francisco? Let us know. We are always looking for ways to save money in the 415.