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Alamo Square


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Steiner St and Hayes St
San Francisco, CA 94117

 (415) 861-7120

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"Three honorable mentions are the Golden Gate Park, the Painted Ladies in Alamo Square and Alcatraz."  See More

"Later, stop by the California Academy of Sciences before lunch, and then see if you could grab some sandwiches to take to Alamo Square."  See More

"Alamo Square “Painted Ladies” (also often seen in movies) Union Square- this is the downtown shopping area Lombard Street (the crookedest street in the world, but only on one block so be sure to find it on the map) Featured in many movies in San Francisco especially car chases like Bullitt with Steve McQueen - 1968."  See More

"If you find the Painted Ladies (at Alamo Square) be sure to walk up the hill a bit to get the classic shot with the city behind them."  See More

"I'd look for an Airbnb in either Cole Valley or Alamo Square."  See More

"I would start near Fisherman's Wharf and go west along the coastal path through Crissy Field, the Presidio, Lands End, Eagle Point Labyrinth, Sutro Baths, along Ocean Beach, then through Golden Gate Park to the Panhandle, Haight-Ashbury, Alamo Square, then Hayes Valley and anywhere else on your way back to fisherman's wharf that interests you or head to The Castro from haight to the mission and then back to your starting point."  See More

"Alamo Square has lovely old Victorian houses -- affectionately known as the "Painted Ladies."  See More

"If you have a chance to get to the Alamo Square neighborhood, I would recommend the Alamo Square Seafood Grill on Fillmore Street."  See More

", Alamo Square, Pacific Heights and Marina District/ Cow Hollow."  See More

"Painted Ladies at Alamo Square."  See More

"Alamo Square which has a nice greenspace for lounging or frisbee, a great playground for kids, and is surrounded by the"  See More

"Alamo Square: You can see the Full House houses, aka the most popular Painted Ladies in SF here."  See More

"Pack a lunch and make your way out to Alamo Square -- that's where the best Painted Ladies are!"  See More

"Without a doubt, the most famous Painted Ladies in San Francisco are the ones near Alamo Square, at Steiner and Grove, specifically, because the opening scene of the TV show Full House shows those houses, so they're also known as 'Full House Houses'."  See More

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