Learn the dynamic history of San Francisco’s Angel Island, the gateway for approximately 175,000 Chinese immigrants to the US in the 1900s.
With more than 220 parks and open spaces, the possibilities for outdoor fun in San Francisco are endless.
Home to the oldest Japantown in the U.S. and also the oldest Chinatown in the U.S., and one of the largest, San Francisco also is home to Little Saigon. The Asian Art Museum, a stroll through the Japanese Tea Garden and souvenir shopping along Grant Avenue are “musts” for visitors.
When visitors in other cities swelter in summer's heat and picnic plans are abandoned for air conditioned cafes, San Francisco's typical weather report is an invitation to gather up the picnic basket, blanket and head out.