An open air area at the end of market, just across from the Ferry Building, where arists, skaters, tourists and others congregate -- if the weather is nice -- to enjoy the happenings and beautiful scenery. more
Harvey Milk Civil Rights Academy is a small, public alternative elementary school located in the heart of the Castro District. We are dedicated to achieving academic excellence, teaching tolerance and nonviolence, celebrating diversity, and building... more
There are many public institutions named after Harvey,Milk including a school and a recreational center. The plaza in front of the Muni Metro station at Market and Castro is known as Harvey Milk Plaza. On November 7, 1997, the 20th anniversary of Mil... more
Overlooking beautiful Duboce Park, the Harvey Milk Center for the Recreational Arts is as unique as the Civil Rights leader it was named for. Originally dedicated to the Performing Arts, the building, commonly called “Drama, Dance & Music&r... more
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In recent years, Hayes Valley has gotten a ton of press for being home to some of the city's fine arts performances and art galleries. Located just off Van Ness, near Opera Plaza, restaurants like Absinthe, Indigo and the like make a convenient pre o... more
The Hayes Valley Playground is little quarter-acre inner city playground and clubhouse. The clubhouse is a regular gathering space for residents and provides much needed programming for youth from the neighborhood.  The playground is a stone's t... more
At Heart of San Francisco Aikido, Aikido is often practiced as a spiritual discipline and as a movement art. Aikido is a very modern art, and in contrast to its predecessors, its forms are not set. New forms develop naturally out of practice of older... more
The Helen Wills Park was established in 1915 as the Spring Valley Playground. Helen Wills, born in Centerville (now part of Fremont) was 10 years old that year and practicing tennis with a passion. In 1922, the 17-year old UC Berkeley graduate (Phi B... more
Hellman Hollow is a thin narrow field on the west (ocean) side of 19th Avenue. There are BBQ pits in the meadow, perfect for large groups. Reserving a spot could make the day hassle-free, as long as the weather cooperates. more
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The building was designated an official San Francisco Landmark on August 2, 1981. The Hibernia Savings and Loan Society left the building in 1985, and was acquired by Security Pacific Bank in 1988. Security Pacific Bank itself was acquired by Bank... more
HORIZONS ENVISIONS A WORLD IN WHICH LGBTQ PEOPLE LIVE LIVES OF    PRIDE, DIGNITY, JUSTICE, AND JOY AND WHERE: Strong, sustainable organizations have the resources to advocate for, serve, and celebrate the lives of LGBTQ people LGBTQ pe... more
Horizons Unlimited of San Francisco, Inc. ("Horizons Unlimited" or "Horizons") is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 1970 with a mission to strengthen and transform the lives of Latinx youth and families of color in San Francisco. Horizon... more
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This is the spot that the How Weird Street Faire takes place every year.   Otherwise, it's a main intersection of two streets that travel the length of SoMa - Embarcadero to Mission, Downtown to the Ball Park. more
The Recreation and Park Department supports and manages a program of 35 (and growing!) community gardens on City-owned property, where members can grow produce and ornamental plants for personal use. Gardens range in size from a few hundred square fe... more
During the day, The Hub is a dynamic, collision-rich workspace designed by its Members and the wisdom gleaned from Hub communities throughout the world. Social innovators in the Bay Area are leaving their sterile offices, noisy cafes, and isolated li... more
Since 1967, Huckleberry Youth Programs has served more than 180,000 at-risk youth in San Francisco and Marin. more
Humanities West presents a wide-ranging series of lectures and performances encompassing the fine arts, social history, music, politics, and philosophy of the arts. Since 1983 these interdisciplinary programs have been designed to entertain and educa... more
On this site in 1872, General David D. Colton, a railroad attorney, built one of the most elaborate residences ever seen in San Francisco... In 1892, Central Pacific railroad baron Collis P. Huntington purchased the house where he lived with his... more
Hyde Street Harbor was built to accommodate the seasonal fishing fleets that deliver herring, salmon and crab to the fish processors at Pier 45. Commercial fishing vessels will always have top priority for berths at Hyde Street Harbor, but recreation... more
San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park, located on the edge of San Francisco Bay, in the Fisherman's Wharf neighborhood, is a park that can be visited year round. Begin with a trip to the Visitor Center (415-447-5000), located at 499 Jeffe... more
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Founded in 1985 by I.T. Bookman, a member of the neighboring Pilgrim  Community Church, and largely supported by the Church and it's members, the I.T. Bookman Community Center was built on the foundation of a communal need for multipurpose space... more
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ICA Cristo Rey Academy is a Dominican Catholic college preparatory that empowers girls from underserved communities to become confident young women able to realize their full potential. By providing an excellent academic curriculum, a unique corporat... more
Incredible Adventures is an outdoor travel company that specializes in small group tours from San Francisco and sightseeing/adventure tours from Las Vegas. more
Best weather and best place to launch a kayak in the City. Kids playground. Grills and picnic area. Spectacular views of Mt. Diablo and Oakland skyline. more
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Founded in 2011, IndoorHoops in an adult pickup basketball non-profit with one objective: to bring people together through the game of basketball. With IndoorHoops, you won't have to worry about needing a gym membership or having to commit to a leagu... more
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Founded in 2011, IndoorHoops in an adult pickup basketball non-profit with one objective: to bring people together through the game of basketball. With IndoorHoops, you won't have to worry about needing a gym membership or having to commit to a leagu... more
Inner Richmond has tons of shops, eateries, cafes, and bars on one long, flat street, make this a great walking street, from Arguello all the way out to Park Presidio. There are dozens of great Asian restaurants on Clement or Geary and a vast array o... more
Introducing a rare place where the curious and capable can collide.  Where dreamers can play, grow and learn.   Where innovative minds can inspire the world. more
The mission of Manilatown Heritage Foundation is to promote social and economic justice for Filipinos in America by preserving our history, advocating for equal access, and advancing our arts and culture.  It's a place for gathering, rememberin... more
The intropy of experience normalizes the entropy of existence. more
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Along the northeastern border, the Upper Haight meets the Sunset to produce a quieter and more upscale neighborhood with a 1960s influenced mindset, including the requisite cafes and poetry readings. This little area centered around 9th and Irvi... more
The Social Club's hall is open to the public for weddings, banquets, and other special occasions. more
The official account of the Consulate General of Italy in San Francisco. more
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The Istituto Italiano di Cultura of San Francisco promotes Italian language, culture, and the best of Italy in its assigned consular area (Northern California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Utah, Montana, Alaska, Hawaii and the Pacific Islands) by... more
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ItaLingua is an award-winning school of Italian language and culture, serving students in San Francisco and Berkeley. Our mission is to preserve and advance Italian language and culture by creating a piece of Italy here in the Bay Area. More than jus... more
The Iyengar Yoga Institute of San Francisco is a non-profit educational organization dedicated to promoting the life work of Yogacharya B.K.S. Iyengar.  The Institute has one of the most respected Advanced Studies/Teacher Training (AS/TT) progra... more
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Jack Kerouac Alley, formerly Adler Alley or Adler Place, is a one-way alleyway in San Francisco, California, that connects Grant Avenue in Chinatown, and Columbus Avenue in North Beach. The alley is named after Jack Kerouac, a Beat Generation writer... more
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A little connecting street to get to South Park from Brannan or Bryant. more
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The park offers a playground, picnic areas, tennis courts, basketball courts and two ball fields. more