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Attractions Near San Francisco Moscone Center

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art:

Just a short walk from the San Francisco Moscone Center is the city's Museum of Modern Art. The majority of the art comes from well-known painters and sculptors from the twentieth century including the likes of Pablo Picasso and Georgia O'Keeffe. The main exhibits remain the same but roughly half the museum showcases up and coming artists from around the world. The building itself is a unique structure and is fascinating from an architectural viewpoint. Be sure to visit the fifth floor in order to see the glass bridge that allows you to see directly through to the lobby far below.

Golden Gate Bridge:

San Francisco is known for it's iconic bridge that spans the water between San Francisco and nearby Marin Country. It is the primary entrance and exit from the city meaning that visitors most often associate the bridge with the San Francisco. The bridge is nearly nine thousand feet across and consists of six lanes for cars and two for pedestrians and cyclists. There are observation decks from both sides of the bridge but some of the best views are from the center of the span. Simply park on one side and walk across one way to take photos and then walk back to where you have parked.

Walt Disney Family Museum:

Children and adults will both love this interactive museum. It is not a part of the Disney Corporation but does feature some of the best-known characters to keep young interesting throughout the exhibits. It is fascinating from a historical viewpoint as it manages to convey the man behind the empire and how Walt Disney was merely human despite his renown.

Fisherman's Wharf:

This is the without a doubt the most popular and busiest of all the attractions in San Francisco. This one location manages to attract people with varied interests. It is historically important, as it was once the hub of activity in San Francisco as the port of the city. Food enthusiasts will come to taste the authentic local seafood dishes featured in the area restaurants. At the West Marina of Pier 39 visitors can view hundreds of sea lions that laze about in the sun each day in the water and along the docks. There are also plenty of choices for recreation and shopping as well as many street performers, which are considered to be a highlight of the wharf.

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