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Richmond / Presidio

The southern anchor of the Golden Gate Bridge, the verdant, scenic Presidio, artfully reclaimed Crissy Field, and the Civil War-era Fort Point are just a few of the attractions in the northwest corner of town.

Golden Gate Bridge Presidio

The Presidio

The Presidio, with its towering eucalyptus trees, is a 2.8-square-mile former military base reborn as part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. Artists like Andy Goldsworthy have created huge natural installations throughout the park that delight visitors, along with stunning views of the Golden Gate Bridge. The refurbished red brick military buildings at the Presidio are now restaurants, hotels, and attractions, including The Walt Disney Family Museum (104 Montgomery Street). The Presidio Visitor Center (210 Lincoln Boulevard) is the launching pad for park adventures, with its engaging exhibits and knowledgeable staff.

People having a picnic in the Presidio.

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The Richmond

The Richmond District hosts a major art museum, a city park, stunning mosaic steps and San Francisco’s de facto second Chinatown on Clement Street. Legendary Green Apple Books (506 Clement Street) welcomes readers of all ages. The outer Richmond showcases the Legion of Honor museum (100 34th Avenue), plus Lands End and Lincoln Park for hiking, golf and glorious views.

Where to Eat in the Presidio and Richmond

Places to eat in this area are plentiful. The Presidio features Presidio Social Club (563 Ruger Street) and Sessions (1 Letterman Drive). The Richmond District, with a variety of dim sum, Korean and Thai restaurants, is also home to some of the city’s best places for wallet-friendly and delicious eats.

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