Golden Gate Bay Cruise Discount Tickets

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Instead of getting a look at the city of San Francisco by cruising around on a bus or taking a trip on a trolley, try something different. Get out on the water with a Golden Gate Bay Cruise and you will see Frisco in a whole new light… a good one! Save on a Golden Gate Bay Cruise and other top San Francisco attractions and tours with a Go San Francisco Card discount attractions pass. Save money and skip lines. After launching for the first time in 1939, Golden Gate Bay Cruises have been taking visitors to San Francisco along the waterfront of the city and under the iconic 4,200-foot span of the 746-foot tall Golden Gate Bridge for more than 70 years. Ride around the city’s harbor in style as you have facts and information about famous landmarks and San Francisco’s rich history … [Read more...]

Looking for Things to Do in San Francisco?

Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco

You shouldn't have to struggle to find fun things to do in San Francisco. This Northern Californian city offers so much more than the Golden Gate Bridge (though it is a pretty amazing sight). Really, if you're figuring out what to do in San Francisco while you're there, the only issue you're going to struggle with is trying to fit everything in. If You Have the Time, Spend it at Golden Gate Park It is worth devoting a full day to Golden Gate Park, 1,017 acres of meadows and lakes with stuff for the whole family to enjoy. The park includes rose gardens, an arboretum, a music concourse, a children’s playground with a wonderfully restored carousel, and a buffalo paddock. Make sure you check out the tallest artificial waterfall in the West, at Strawberry Hill. Do not forget your … [Read more...]

Peter Pan’s Magic Comes to Town

If you're for new kid-friendly things to do in San Francisco, look no further. Our friends at "Only in San Francisco” are offering $15 off all Peter Pan tickets July 1-4, 2010. With this offer, you can celebrate the Fourth of July weekend with an all inclusive “Neverland” experience – deemed “the theatrical event of the summer” for a discounted rate. The show comes to the Bay Area straight from London and provides a spectacular new stage production of J.M. Barrie's Peter Pan. This classic story is being performed on the Embarcadero acorss from the Ferry Building (no pun intended) in a state-of-the-art, 1,350-seat theatre pavilion. In addition to live actors, the show uses a first of its kind 360 degree projector to give the audience the sensation of flying with Pan and … [Read more...]