Fishermans wharf in San Francisco is a place to experience seafood done well. The home base of San francisco fisherman's wharf underwent major development in the 70’s and 80’s to recreate its image as a tourist destination and it worked! On this island, one of the last undeveloped ones around the San Francisco area, there’s a wide variety of entertainment for your family, from free shows by mimes, musicians, magicians or fire eaters. Across the harbor, you’ll have some good views of Alcatraz. Feel like seeing something freaky? The Ripley’s Believe it or Not Musuem is in the area.
On the Fourth of July, the place bursts with incredible fireworks. You might even bump head with the World Famous Bushman, someone who has made it a career out of startling people who walk by. This place has PERSONALITY! Different attractions in Fisherman's Wharf zone include the Hyde Street Pier- an important part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, the USS Pampanito- an exhibitional World War II period submarine, and the Balclutha, which is a nineteenth century freight ship. Adjacent Pier 45 has a house of prayer in memory of the "Lost Fishermen" of San Francisco.
- Jefferson and Jones Streets
- Alioto’s Restaurant
- Fisherman’s Grotto
- Crab House
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84.52% of people who visit San Francisco include Fishermans Wharf in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
43.91% of people start their Fishermans Wharf visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Fishermans Wharf
85.03% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Fishermans Wharf