Whether you have family visiting for the holidays or a good friend is coming for a vacation, you need to know where to go with your out-of-town guests. After all, they will look to you to show them San Francisco at its finest.
Your guests may already have a list of places they want to go, but you live here. You need to make sure to show them some of the things not found on most bucket lists. Here are some of the top places to take out-of-town guests in San Francisco.
This may be found on their list, but more likely, you’ll have to show it to them. The Lands’ End Labyrinth offers a unique spot to enjoy in area. You can enjoy walking through it and the incredible view from Eagle’s Point at the same time.
It’s one of the most amazingly beautiful buildings in the entire city, yet it’s never on the bucket lists of visitors. The Neptune Society Columbarium is a place you need to go with your guests, if you want to enjoy something truly stunning.
If you’re guests enjoy stunning and unique views, Billy Goat Hill is a must. This is one of those perfect little spots with a view you won’t find anywhere else. Billy Goat Hill overlooks the Eureka Valley.
While visiting Golden Gate Park may be a no-brainer, your guests probably don’t know what they are truly in for. Bison are found in the park and there’s a herd of about 30 total. Take them to see the bison along with everything else the park offers.
California is filled with great forests and Mount Sutro Forest is one of them. You’ll enjoy 200-foot-tall eucalyptus trees dating back over a century. This is one of those hidden gems found in San Francisco.
If your guests love art, the Minnesota Street Project is a great spot to go. It’s bigger than most art collectives and offers something different compared to the galleries in the Mission and Union Square area.
While San Francisco is filled with great local breweries and distilleries, you won’t find anything quite like the Speakeasy Taproom. It’s found in the India Basin area and it’s a very beautiful area of town. This little hidden gem is a perfect spot for taking guests.
A very accommodating rooftop and perfect for great views, the Sansome Roof Garden offers something truly special. It’s one of the many Privately Owned Public Open Spaces or POPOS found in the city.