Things to do on a Sunny Day in San Francisco
San Francisco doesn't take its sunny days for granted. Once the sun comes out and the temperatures rise, everyone races to grab a spot to take in an unbelievable city view (before Karl the Fog crashes the party) or heads to one of their favorite attractions. There's so much to do and with the Go San Francisco Card, you can easily take in many of the city's attractions mentioned below at one price.
Hop-On/Hop-Off Tour with Big Bus
Ride a Bike Over the Golden Gate Bridge
Explore the USS Pampanito and Fisherman's Wharf
Cruise on the Bay
Tour Oracle Park
Find Thrills at a Theme Park
Dine al Fresco
When the weather heats up, everyone flocks to the nearest park with a gorgeous city view or a patio to have a delicious meal. We wouldn't want you to miss out on these places when the temperatures finally rise.
Tour the City by Foot
One fabulous way to get out and about in San Francisco is to try a food tour. You can sample a wide variety of treats, plus go behind the scenes to learn a bit more about the folks making that delectable chocolate or incredible pasta.
Check Out Sutro Baths and Lands End
For decades, the Sutro Baths were an iconic part of San Francisco and defined the grand vision that prominent San Franciscans had for their burgeoning city. If you're planning a visit to San Francisco's Richmond District, it's worth visiting the ruins of the Sutro Baths, both for their breathtaking views and rich history. Here's how to make the most out of your trip there.
Stroll Farmers' Markets Tasting Local, Delicious Produce
Every day of the week, there is a farmers' market happening somewhere in the city. With fresh produce year-round and plenty of farms nearby, it's literally farm-to-table every day. That's something not every destination can lay claim to (we're looking at you Midwest and East Coast). While it would be impossible to feature all of them (many are small neighborhood markets), here are some of our favorites.
Check Out the View From Dolores Park
Dolores Park is always packed with San Franciscans old and new. From the southwest corner, you can get a heartbreaking view of downtown San Francisco, with the Bay behind the skyline and palm tree-lined Dolores Street stretching out in front of you like a California dream.