Palace of Fine Arts
Refer to this weekend guide to San Francisco covering some other areas not as touristy but equally entertaining.
Although San Francisco has many world famous attractions, with some planning, all of them can be visited over a weekend or three-day holiday.
It’s hard to go wrong with champagne and flowers, but where do you go after dinner before the evening’s denouement? Everybody’s taste is different, but the following show suggestions will certainly appeal to somebody’s sense of the romantic.
Proposals haven’t gone out of style, and even when couples know where their relationships are headed, a proposal will forever be a special moment. The occasion calls for just the right spot to create a beautiful memory.
Hollywood makes its way through San Francisco with the red carpet premiere of HBO’s hit medieval times period series ‘Game of Thrones’ at the Palace of Fine Arts…
Presidents Day is February 18. In honor of the holiday, here are ways you can get in touch with your patriotic side. Experience the glorious San Francisco Bay simultaneously with sails, kayaking, hikes, bike rides and more at these living museums and free park sites. Celebrate your freedom on the water and with some fresh air.
The Exploratorium will be closing its doors at the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco at the start of the new year. The museum will be making its way to a new location at San Francisco’s Pier 15. Opening day is April 17.
A baby swan hatched at San Francisco’s Palace of Fine Arts lagoon has been killed by a predator, a swan caretaker said.
It’s been a bad week for the swans that make their home in a lagoon at San Francisco’s Palace of Fine Arts. Officials at the San Francisco landmark say the youngest member of a swan family disappeared Thursday evening.
Bella the swan is moving out after receiving a less than gracious reception from her brother and sister-in-law at the lagoon near San Francisco’s Palace of Fine Arts, Recreation and Park Department officials said.