San Francisco September 22, 2017
10 Incredible Places In San Francisco That Never Ever Change
Things are changing quickly all the time. Some places are better left untouched or unchanged especially in San Francisco. Visit these attractions that always dazzle — year in and year out.
We’re aware that these uncertain times are limiting many aspects of life as we all practice social and physical distancing. While we’re continuing to feature destinations that make our state wonderful, we don’t expect or encourage you to go check them out immediately. We believe that supporting local attractions is important now more than ever and we hope our articles inspire your future adventures! And on that note, please nominate your favorite local business that could use some love right now:
1. Coit Tower
Coit Tower is a 210-foot tower found in Telegraph Hill. The tower was built in 1933 to beautify San Francisco. Thankfully, this tower keeps dazzling year after year.
2. Baker Beach
Baker Beach is located near the Golden Gate Bridge at the base of the rugged serpentine cliffs. This beach has been the setting of a lot of San Francisco history — from the Spanish involvement in 1812 to Burning Man briefly in the late 1980s.
3. Grace Cathedral
Grace Cathedral was founded in 1849 during the California Gold Rush. The current neo-Gothic structure of the cathedral was completed in 1964. Grace Cathedral has remained a constant favorite attraction in Nob Hill for everyone for activities and more. Grace Cathedral is located at
1100 California St. San Francisco, 94108.
4. Sutro Baths
The Sutro Baths were originally built in 1896, but burned down in 1966. Sutro Baths is located within the Golden Gate National Recreation Area and maintained in its original state.
5. Mount Sutro
Mount Sutro is an iconic 900-foot hill found in San Francisco. Mount Sutro is also home to an 80-acre forest and several acres of eucalyptus trees. The park is more than 100 years old, and is located at
Medical Ctr Way
San Francisco, 94143.
6. Dutch Windmill
The Dutch Windmill was completed in 1903, and restored in 1981. It is a San Francisco Designated Landmark. The windmill has not changed much in the last 35 years, and is located in
Golden Gate Park.
8. Tadich Grill
Tadich is a classic and everlasting institution, as well as a requirement for anyone who wants to experience "old San Francisco" at its finest. The restaurant was established in 1849 and serves comfort American food. Tadich is located at
240 California St
San Francisco, 94111.
9. Golden Gate Bridge
Golden Gate Bridge construction began in 1933 and finished in 1937. The bridge has remained a fixture and thus became an icon of California and, of course, San Francisco.
9. Twin Peaks
Twin Peaks is the place to go when you want see all of San Francisco. Just drive uphill, and once you're near the viewing area, you'll need to fight for a parking spot. This hill, and the views, are symbolic, breathtaking, and everlasting.
10. Cable Cars
The San Francisco cable car system is a manually-operated cable car system. And thankfully, it is not changing because it is the world's last cable car system.
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