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Founded in 1955, the San Francisco African American Historical & Cultural Society has facilities at Fort Mason and on Fulton Street. The Fort Mason facility includes a museum, art gallery, and gift shop, with the museum's permanent exhibition fea... more
Welcome to the C. G. Jung Institute of San Francisco. Our Institute was founded to promote the healthy unfolding of the psyche. We provide a variety of services that address contemporary psychological development, including providing training program... more
Galileo Academy of Science & Technology is an academic high school in San Francisco Unified School District. Located in the historic north end of The City, Galileo was originally built in 1921. Galileo currently has a staff of more than 100 and se... 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
A little rectangle green space that's hidden a little away from the main road.   A favorite destination  that is a favorite of runners, dog walkers, skaters, etc. Nice views of the Golden Gate Bridge and the bay. more
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Home to a fashionable set of young professionals, socialites and bankers, the Marina has one of the most well-known zip codes in the city. One of the city's more affluent neighborhoods, residents here tend toward cocktail parties, jogging along the w... more
The Marina Green is a strip of lawn that overlooks some of the most scenic places in the San Francisco Bay, from the Golden Gate Bridge, to Alcatraz, to Angel Island. There is a small marina where a few boats are docked but most people use the par... more
Find activities and programs for all ages at this full-service Rec Center in the Marina District. The popular facility includes an indoor gym, community rooms, two play areas, a basketball court, two tennis courts, four ball diamonds, a putting green... more
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The gallery area now houses the Palace of Fine Arts Theatre and the Exploratorium. The theatre, which seats 1,000 in a continental-style configuration, was added in 1970. The Palace of Fine Arts Theatre is operated by the Palace of Fine Arts League,... more
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The San Francisco Studio School is dedicated to the study of drawing, painting, photography and mixed media. The school blends the studio emphasis of an atelier with a spirited exploration of theory and contemporary issues relevant to today's vi... more
Welcome to San Francisco Marina Small Craft Harbor website. San Francisco Marina, as it is also known, is a destination sought by thousands of boaters from all over the world. The oldest recreational marina operating in San Francisco, and perhaps the... more
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If you've ever mused on the ultimate fate of humanity or been inspired by the megalithic ceremonial calendar-structure at Stonehenge, you'll feel a familiar twinge of recognition in The Long Now Museum & Store. At the home of The Long Now Found... more
A great shopping street in San Francisco. From North Beach to Cow Hollow, there are many restaurants, cafes, bars, clothing stores, boutiques, and shops of all kinds to satisfy any shopper. The Cow Hollow side is particularly easy walking and has t... more