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Sutro Baths


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Point Lobos
San Francisco, CA 94121

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"I recommend the Legion of Honor museum in Lincoln Park, visiting Lands End, Sutro BathsLand's , touring AT&T Park, or visiting Dogpatch, which is still gritty and not totally gentrified."  See More

"Crissy Field , Palace of Fine Arts , and Golden Gate Bridge Golden Gate Park (tons of cool things inside, like De Young Museum and California Academy of Sciences Ocean Beach , Sutro Baths and the Lands End"  See More

"After, visit Ocean Beach and see the Sutro Baths ."  See More

"Continue on to the historic Cliff House and the Sutro Baths - I love climbing around here."  See More

"Go to Lands End for the view and the Sutro Baths for a good view and a piece of history."  See More

"From there, drive along the Great Highway along the coast to the Cliff House and the old Sutro Baths."  See More

"Lands End , Sutro Baths and Ocean Beach : a great spot to enjoy the city's Western side."  See More

"Lands End and Sutro Baths are some beautiful destinations that most tourists miss."  See More

"For historical interest I recommend Fort Point National Historic Site, below the Golden Gate Bridge and the remains of the Sutro Baths at Land's End."  See More

"Ocean Beach + Sutro Baths + Coastal Trail"  See More

"- Lands End and Sutro Baths"  See More

"Ocean Beach, Lands End, Sutro Baths and Golden Gate Park are other places I recommend checking out."  See More

"Lands End will give you great views of the city and you can visit the Sutro Baths."  See More

"Lands End will also give you great views, the Sutro Baths are close by and fun to check out."  See More

"After lunch, walk off the popovers (you won't stop eating them) by exploring the footprints of the Sutro Baths and then wanted/stroll through Lands End-take in the memerials and the excellent views of the bridge (from a different point of view)."  See More

"While the Sunset is a bit further from most of the central activity and sightseeing, you'll have easy access to Ocean Beach, Lands End and Sutro Baths."  See More

"Lands End and the Sutro Baths are beautiful spots to catch a sunrise and sunset, and lend themselves to exercise and exploration."  See More

"The Sutro Baths and Ocean Beach are gorgeous & picture perfect backgrounds in photos."  See More

"Just a bit down, go to the old Sutro Baths, then explore the Presidio and Baker Beach."  See More

"Check out the Sutro Baths, but keep walking north, there are some cool paths that lead you to views of the Golden Gate Bridge."  See More

"Bernal Heights Park The Southwestern corner of Dolores Park Top of the Mark The View Angel Island Sunset at Sutro Baths Battery Spencer Lake Merritt"  See More

"Sutro Baths burned down but it is still a cool location with a cave nearby in San Francisco, CA."  See More

"Sutro Baths (Sutro Bath Ruins) at Ocean Beach."  See More

"Outdoors: check out Sutro Baths, Lands End, Ocean Beach, Crissy Field, Golden Gate Park, and Lyon Street Steps."  See More

"If you like the outdoors and seeing ocean views, check out Sutro Baths, Ocean Beach, and Crissy Field."  See More

"Sutro Baths I recommend walking down the path into the cave, along the pool, and onto the beach if the tides are low."  See More

"Not to mention the Sutro Baths that it overlooks."  See More

"If you want something to do near the water, check out Sutro Baths and Cliff House."  See More

"Sutro Baths Caves by day, ocean beach at night 3)."  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

"Sutro Baths is stunning and fun to explore."  See More

"The Sutro Baths are also really cool and not as touristy as they used to be."  See More

"From here, it's easy to do to the old Sutro Baths."  See More

"Something off the beaten path are the ruins of Sutro Baths."  See More

"You can also walk around the old Sutro Baths baths site that burned down long ago."  See More

"If you hike up north, along Lands End, you’ll pass by Sutro Baths and eventually, end up at Eagle Point Labyrinth."  See More

"The Sutro Baths are fun to explore when the weather allows."  See More

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