In San Francisco, The National Park Service works the Golden Gate National Recreation area and Alcatraz Island, two of the most popular attractions in the city. Many visitors are unaware of just another National Historical Park tucked back near Fisherman’s Wharf: the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park.
Located at Hyde Street Pier, the park has six Historic boats. Boats included the 1886 square-rigger boat, the 1891 sailboat, and a steamboat vessel, Eureka. The Visitor Center, the factory was returned, is worth a walk and contains engaging screens and maritime articles. It’s best to call, nevertheless, Find out about ranger-led excursions and demos. Both, Kids under 16 are admitted to the boats for free when they are surrounded by a charging person. For a hotel nearby, there’s no better place than the nautical Argonaut Hotel.
– Heather Dugan of Footsteps
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