The Best Things To Do: Save Money San Francisco Travel USA

The Best Things To Do: Save Money San Francisco Travel USA

SAVE MONEY SAN FRANCISCO TRAVEL: EXPEDITION

The pros and cons of the outdoor bus tour is an excellent and inexpensive way to get to know the city. Big Bus San Francisco and City Sightseeing San Francisco offer several packages for one and two days. Wheelchair users should contact the company 48 hours in advance.

Do you want to relive the summer of love? Break your bell, wear flowers on your hair, then jump on the Antenna Theatre’s Magic Bus. A two-hour tour (a mix of theatre, film, music, and travel) that takes you to 1967. For another of high altitude, board a blue and gold or red and white ferry. Enjoy an exciting tour along with the bay’s orange international logo. The wheelchair can access both.

If you prefer a two-wheel tour, the San Francisco Street Bike Tour. It offers a local view of the city’s most popular neighborhood. Travel lasts four to six hours, starting at $79 per person. Bicycles and helmets are available.

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Save up to 10% on Big Bus excursions when you book online. The Blue&Gold ferry offers a $7 discount for seniors.

WALK:

San Francisco is famous for its hills, a stunning city with a unique pedestrian-friendly neighborhood. Savor the spirit of the city and choose one. The North Beach, Fillmore Street, Chinatown, Mission, Japantown, Chestnut Street, and wonder. You’ll find a wide variety of unique treasures from San Francisco. The exquisite antique clothing store to the Blackboard Restaurant and Cafe Gallery. The size of the closet and handcrafted jewelry makers. Start to discuss a local person by clicking on a laptop. A cafe, or ask a jeweler for his favorite City by the Bay. You find that Franciscans united by a strong love for this place.

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San Francisco has a large collection of green and glorious parks in a 47 square mile compact section. Golden Gate Park is 1017 acres, home to the elegant Japanese Tea Garden (night on Monday. Wednesday and Friday before 10 am free), the flower and the main buffalo paddock of the humble college. Which covers the place of the house walker’s paradise buffalo. The Bison still roaming.

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The fascinating diversity of San Francisco is at Mission Dolores Park. Where any ages and races come together to spread blankets on the grass. Throwing frisbees outdoors and sighing to see the heart’s view. Locals flock to Zhengjia Park, a place of ​​the sunset zone offering the Golden Gate Bridge. The Pacific Ocean and the spectacular 360-degree panoramic views of the surrounding city.

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Hundreds of hiking trips are available from history to food and architecture. Food lovers can enjoy a 3.5-hour trip to Mission, North Beach, and Chinatown. Wild SF Walking Tour offers haunted SF, radical SF and free love (Haight-Ashbury), free SF tours, whatever you want. The Horizontal San Francisco Walking Tour designed to give short trips for the elderly and those with reduced mobility.

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Check out over 80 free walking tours from the San Francisco City Guide. From “San Francisco Alfred Hitchcock” toward “Western strolling”. They led by local volunteers who share their passion for city history, legends, and stories. They recommend wheelchair users to take part in 14 trips.

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MUSEUM OF ART:

Celebrating, nurturing art is part of San Francisco DNA, dating back to set up the San Francisco Art Institute in 1871. For museum lovers, San Francisco VI the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (the country’s largest modern art museum). MH Young Museum, Legion of Legion, Asian Art Museum, Exploratorium and California Academy of Sciences.

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Do you have passion? Yes, there may be a museum, from the Cartoon Art Museum to the Cable Car Museum. From the contemporary Jewish Museum to the Mexican Museum. The Beat Museum brings together Jack Kerouac, Neal Cassady, Allen Ginsberg, Lawrence Ferlinghetti. Other writers, artists, and dreamers who created the anti-mainstream culture of the 1950s. Ferlinghetti’s Citi Light’s bookstore publishes many original Beats, a fascinating library museum that attracts literary pilgrims throughout the year.

As a progressive and hobby city, the Mission District is an extensive open-air museum. They display hundreds of social and political murals. For a compact display, walk through Balmy Alley between 24 and 25 streets. The Clarion Alley alley between Valencia Street and Mission Street. Visit Precita mural eyes and the Wall Art Center, which responsible for the group’s mural movement for forty years.

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Most museums in San Francisco, including the Exploratorium. The California Academy of Sciences, the Museum of Modern Art. Asian Art Museum and Young’s, offer discounts for the elderly. The Cable Car Museum and the Railway Museum are free for the elderly. A wheelchair can reach every guest.

Every museum offer free admission tickets every day of the month. The Legion of Honor and the Youth Corps, the first Tuesday of the month; the Asian Art Museum, the first Sunday. A complete list of free museum days, check out FunCheap SF. The SFMOMA has over 45,000 square feet of public space, full of artwork, and has been free.

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LIVE ENTERTAINMENT:

A dramatic landscape on the edge of the continent. The fascinating temptation of the real wealth of the 1849 gold miner to the 2018 technology destroyer. But San Francisco has accepted the play. The city’s first theater, the California Theater, opened in 1869. Today, San Francisco hosts a variety of live performances: drama. The Avant-Garde dance, opera, classical music, jazz, rock, hip hop, conference, impromptu standing and more.

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The city boasts the world’s oldest music magazine, the beach blankets of the Babylonian Club Fugazi. It’s growing popularity of pop culture, and unique shipping in San Francisco. It has seen over 6 million people making their debut in 1974. Other notable places for classical and modern theatre. These include Orpheum, Alcazar, Curran and ACT Geary Theater (the last three, accessible by wheelchair).

The San Francisco Theater (compatible with ADA) and the Magic Theatre focus on contemporary works. Opera and ballet dominate the magnificent symphony of the War Memorial Opera House and the elegant Davies Symphony Hall. Both are suitable for wheelchair users and give an auxiliary listening device

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Non-profit art service, Theatre Bay Section, sells half-price tickets from a booth at Union Square. Many theater ticket offices sell discount tickets for the day. If you visit in summer, the San Francisco Shakespeare Festival will host a free outdoor show at the City Park. Festival staff reserve wheelchair space. SF Ballet offers $32 tickets for people over age 65. The Opera Ticket Office until one hour before the opening or by phone. With planning, you can volunteer to go with the opera, symphony or ballet, and watch the show for free.

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