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  • Entry Tickets: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA)

    1. Entry Tickets: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA)

    SFMOMA now expands to 170,000 square feet, featuring outstanding holdings of more than 33,000 modern and contemporary artworks by Alexander Calder, Frida Kahlo, Julie Mehretu, and numerous others, including an entire floor dedicated solely to photography. With six art-filled terraces, a new sculptural staircase and Roman steps where the public can gather, a variety of dining options, and a Museum store offering artful gift options for everyone, SFMOMA is an unforgettable experience and a must-see San Francisco destination.   The museum is committed to exploring the new, the challenging, and the unexpected. From its internationally recognized and rapidly growing collection of more than thirty thousand artworks to its innovative film and performance programs, SFMOMA has continuously advanced the interpretation, presentation, and preservation of modern and contemporary art — embracing its ...

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  • San Francisco: Alcatraz and Big Bus City Tour Ticket

    2. San Francisco: Alcatraz and Big Bus City Tour Ticket

    Tour the famous prison that has played a role in jailhouse folklore and the historic evolution of the West Coast. Explore the island of Alcatraz and learn about its history as a U.S. Army asset as well as a federal prison. You'll learn more about the 14 unsuccessful escape attempts by over 30 prisoners and their fates. Your combination ticket also includes your choice of a single-loop panorama tour or a Big Bus hop-on, hop-off pass to see the sights of San Francisco.

    With the single-loop panorama ticket, you'll enjoy a once-round pass on the San Francisco Big Bus tour. Simply board the bus, sit back and relax on the top deck while you take in all the famous sights, including a spectacular return journey over the Golden Gate Bridge. This option does not include hop-on, hop-off access.

    Or, choose the premium hop-on, hop-off ticket option...

    Our bus commentator (not on every bus) was hilarious and informative. When we were on a bus without the live person, the recorded info was great to listen to as well. Doing the combo tour let us see alcatraz when tickets were sold out everywhere! Alcatraz was also a welcome surprise. So much cooler than anticipated. We listened to the audio and hopped back on the boat. Took about 1 hour. We were cramming our days so didn't have much more time to spend than that, but definitely worthwhile!

  • San Francisco: Sightseeing Day Pass for 30+ Attractions

    3. San Francisco: Sightseeing Day Pass for 30+ Attractions

    This day pass has over 30 destinations, museums, and tours to choose from, including some of the most popular attractions all over San Francisco. With the option to select 1, 2, 3, or 5 days, you can enjoy the attractions that interest you most with no fixed start date. With the sightseeing pass, take advantage of included admission to attractions, saving you up to 50% of total visitation costs all over the Golden Gate City. Get to know the unique neighborhoods of San Francisco on the hop-on hop-off bus. Wind your way down the iconic Lombard Street in historic Russian Hill, home of the landmark Ghirardelli Chocolate Factory, then head south through picturesque Nob Hill for a look at lux mansions and gothic cathedrals. Cruise through Chinatown, the oldest and largest Asian center in North America. Nearby, check out the boutique shops and contemporary art galleries surrounding Union Squa...

  • Urban Adventure Quest Scavenger Hunt in San Francisco

    4. Urban Adventure Quest Scavenger Hunt in San Francisco

    Want to turn downtown San Francisco into your own personal giant board game? Urban Adventure Quest created an interactive Amazing Race-style scavenger hunt that lets you do just that. On this 3-hour sightseeing tour of San Francisco, you’ll be guided through the city from any smart phone. This is the perfect tour for groups – large or small – looking to make their way to the most well-known sites, along with some hidden gems that the city tries to keep secret. Race to be the first to finish the game, or take as much time as you need, solving clues, completing challenges and learning about local history along the way. The adventure begins in Yerba Buena Park and takes you on a well-designed course through Union Square, Chinatown, and down to the waterfront. You’ll explore approximately 2 miles of guided walking tour and use the city’s cable cars at one point in the game. Use your smart ...

    The absolute best way to see the city and explore. This is the second scavenger hunt we've done and we especially enjoy it because we can go at our own pace, stop at shops along the way and grab food, or even pause and resume the next day. We saw parts of Union Square, China Town, Fisherman's Wharf, and downtown that we never would have seen otherwise. Highly recommend it

  • San Francisco: Sightseeing Flexi Pass and Hop-On-Hop-Off Bus

    5. San Francisco: Sightseeing Flexi Pass and Hop-On-Hop-Off Bus

    Customize your vacation itinerary and enjoy the freedom to visit over 30 of San Francisco’s best attractions at up to 60% off. This flexi-pass allows you to see the sights that interest you most, and save money at the same time. Choose between 2-6 of the city’s landmarks, depending on the option booked, as well as enjoying discount at a selection of restaurants. There’s plenty to see and do in San Francisco, with attractions and tours to suit everyone. Soak up the brilliant view of the bay from the Golden Gate Bridge, escape from Alcatraz, check out the Aquarium of the Bay, and explore the USS Hornet Sea, Air and Space Museum. Celebrate the opulence of the west at the Palace of Fine Arts, then journey into the east at the Asian Art Museum. Wind your way down the twisting Lombard Street before ending with a tour of Oracle Park, home of the San Francisco Giants. Choose which attractions a...

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What people are saying about Union Square, San Francisco

Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 148 reviews

The absolute best way to see the city and explore. This is the second scavenger hunt we've done and we especially enjoy it because we can go at our own pace, stop at shops along the way and grab food, or even pause and resume the next day. We saw parts of Union Square, China Town, Fisherman's Wharf, and downtown that we never would have seen otherwise. Highly recommend it

A fabulous collection!! Broad in its coverage of artists and impressive in its choice of pieces by each artist. The Diego mural, in and of itself, is worth the price of admission. The German artists after 1960 was exceptional. The range of Richter's was most impressive. New exhibit of "COVID related art" was moving. Racially immersive room was painful but very important.

SFMOMA is always a treat. We go every time we are in San Francisco. My favorite is Amstel Keivfer and he never disappoints. The museum’s special features never fail to amaze me and I can never leave the venue without a trip to the shop to see their new additions.

The museum is easy to get to and a wonderful variety of Art. They are working on redtoringva beautiful Diego Rivera mural! Would go again.

It was great. I was provided with the proper information I needed. I will surely use this again when I return.