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501 Twin Peaks Blvd
San Francisco, CA 94114

 (415) 864-9470

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"Hi there, You should definitely start your trip in San Francisco by going to Twin Peaks."  See More

"Some good answers already. I'd say they're really missing out on Crissy Field in the Presidio of SF. In fact, I'd recommend you rent a motorized cart or bike from Pier 39 area and bike this and other areas mentioned along the bay, which are all relatively flat (e.g. Aquatic Park/Ghiradelli Square, Marina District, Palace of Fine Arts, and Fort Point National Historic Site. It can be really windy at Golden Gate Bridge, but at same time not too windy right beneath it at Fort point. Also, if you do have a car, go to Fort Baker on the marin side (north side of gg bridge, here ."  See More

"You can find these individually owned boats right across from Joe's Crab Shack Fishermans Wharf Get burritos at Papalote Get ice cream at Bi-Rite Creamery Taste test at San Francisco Ferry Bldg See bridge to bridge views at the top of Twin Peaks Check out the De Young Museum or California Academy of Sciences inside Golden Gate Park ."  See More

"Twin Peaks (you see the entire city), The View lounge is great for drinks and relaxing on the 39th floor in the heart of downtown, Biking Golden Gate Bridge is awesome, Palace of Fine Arts, Ocean Beach and Sea Cliff are amazing for sunset dinners!"  See More

"Here are some suggestions for you: Ocean Beach and the Lands End Golden Gate Park Twin Peaks - see bridge to bridge views from one of SF's best vantage points Grand View Park Dolores Park Marin Headlands - I wrote a bit more about the Headlands here ."  See More

"Twin Peaks : Hiking up is definitely a workout, and not for the faint at heart!"  See More

"Go to the top of Twin Peaks for incredible views."  See More

"Check out the view from Twin Peaks, it's free!"  See More

"I love Twin Peaks - it's one of the highest points in the city."  See More

"Crissy Field Lyon Street Steps Western SF: Ocean Beach + Sutro Baths + Coastal Trail Baker Beach Golden Gate Park (there's a ton to do inside, including California Academy of Sciences, Japanese Tea Garden, De Young Museum) Tile steps + Grand View Park Other: Twin Peaks for spectacular views of the city (bridge to bridge!"  See More

"Twin Peaks provides a great look out and view of the entire city - Golden Gate Park is a must see!"  See More

"Coit Tower or Twin Peaks for the views."  See More

"[free] + Ocean Beach (this is really a single stop) [free] Bridge to bridge view from the top of Twin Peaks"  See More

"Some highlights in and around SF are Muir Woods National Monument, Golden Gate Park, Baker Beach, Lands End, Ferry Building Marketplace, Mount Tamalpais, Fort Point National Historic Site, Palace of Fine Arts, San Francisco Chinatown, Dolores Park, Twin Peaks, Angel Island and Marin Headlands."  See More

"Twin Peaks is also a great lookout point offering unobstructed views of the city."  See More

"Since you'll have a car, take advantage of it and drive up Twin Peaks."  See More

"Head to Twin Peaks or Grand View Park for great views of the city"  See More

"Other insanely beautiful city scapes can be captured from Twin Peaks and Billy Goat Hill Park."  See More

"For the best views, to to Twin Peaks, the top of the hill above 16th Avenue Tiled Steps Project (you'll LOVE these steps and there are others within a block away called the Hidden Garden Steps)."  See More

"Best to explore on the MUNI buses (public transportation) single tickets are $2 each for each ride, so try and get a 3-day pass or something… Ride a vintage MUNI tram down Market street from the The Castro (after your visit to Dolores Park and Twin Peaks)."  See More

"Get the bus on the Embarcadero Center and in a few hours you can see the whole city: Golden Gate Bridge, Cliff House, Ocean Beach, Golden Gate Park, Twin Peaks, the Castro, Civic Center, Union Square, San Francisco Chinatown, North Beach."  See More

"My favorite, however, is without a shadow of a doubt, Twin Peaks, what I believe is the highest point in the city."  See More

"What to see: Golden Gate Bridge Lombard Street 16th Avenue Tiled Steps Project since you have a car drive up to Twin Peaks."  See More

"Muir Woods National Monument -Golden Gate Bridge -Stars houses - Haight-Ashbury - San Francisco Chinatown - Twin Peaks - Coit Tower many other places all in one day!"  See More

"Definitely head up to Twin Peaks for the full view of the city!"  See More

"6) At the end of the day, head to the top of Twin Peaks to watch the sunset."  See More

"On a clear day, head to the top of Twin Peaks for a great view."  See More

"Take a drive over to Twin Peaks, you get the whole view of the city."  See More

"Twin Peaks - go to the top of Twin Peaks for a ridiculous view of the city."  See More

"Cross the Golden Gate Bridge once day (by car, bike, or walk), then drive over to Muir Woods which is a beautiful old redwood forest. You can spend an hour or several walking/hiking easy paths. If you love great views, drive up to Mt. Tamalpais which is close, then have a leisurely lunch in Sausalito CA. Stop at the Marin Headlands on the way back for amazing views of San Fran and the Golden Gate. I also love driving through the Presidio and stopping for a walk on Baker Beach. It's a beatiful area and drive. From here, it's easy to do to the old Sutro Baths. My dad actually swam here as a kid (a long time ago). Now, it's just ruins, but it's beautiful, interesting, has a nice beach area, and great walking trails (though a lot of stairs). You could also spend a day playing at Golden Gate Park. Check out their website. It's HUGE. They have gardens and museums, an aquarium and paddle boats. It's a beautiful place to take a picnic and just enjoy it. ."  See More

"While in San Francisco, visit Twin Peaks, walk Golden Gate Bridge, and walk down Lombard Street."  See More

"You need to go up to the top of Twin Peaks (you can drive) and take in the best view of the city."  See More

"Or, rent bikes, pack a picnic and ride to the top of Twin Peaks, then you can glide ALL THE WAY back to downtown."  See More

"Alcatraz, walk around The Embarcadero, Sausalito (take the ferry there), Twin Peaks at night for the amazing view, Pier 39, walk around North Beach (Washington Square Park), Lombard Street, Union Square and around."  See More

"Walk up Coit Tower If it's your thing there are the SF Ballet, Opera and Symphony If you have a car, I suggest driving up to the top of Twin Peaks at night Crissy Field is nice during the day"  See More

"For an awesome view and a great way to get oriented go up Twin Peaks but wear layers no matter what you do."  See More

"Twin Peaks in the night - I would recommend and hope it's not foggy"  See More

"For views of the city (yes, we get outdoorsy and active with our kids), we like going to the Coit Tower or Twin Peaks for nice views."  See More

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