There’s just something about Fog City that makes it shine brighter than any other kind of light – or at least, a lighthouse.
You see, San Francisco is not just home to the famous Golden Gate Bridge a.k.a. The World’s Most Photographed Bridge, which strategically connects California’s city side of San Francisco and country side of Marin County. You also see, San Francisco is not just home to the infamous Alcatraz Island a.k.a. The Rock, which historically restricted the United States of America’s most notorious criminals.
San Francisco is also home to a myriad of places to go, as well as a myriad of things to do, such as:
The Wave Organ
Located on the San Francisco Bay’s jetty, the Wave Organ is a sculpture that hums each time a wave passes by. It was designed by Peter Richards and sculpted by George Gonzales of the Exploratorium, a public laboratory in SF that explores the world via art and science, back in 1986. It was dedicated to Exploratorium founding director Frank Oppenheimer, who led the Wave Organ’s fundraising efforts but died several months before the sculpture’s construction began.
The Magic Bus
Going on a road trip from San Francisco to Fort Bragg? Go on a road trip around San Francisco, instead. Go on a road trip with the Magic Bus’ very own movie theater and light show, and even rocket ship, while exploring San Francisco like never before. Created by Antenna Theater, you will not just see places like when you’re going on a road trip from one state to another, but also experience things like you’re going on a road trip from one state to another – and yes, in just one place.
Do you know any other myriad of places to go, as well as myriad of things to do, in San Francisco?
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