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A famous stretch of colorful Victorian-style house.
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Alamo Square, Steiner and Hayes Sts., San Francisco, CA
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Easy and free thing to see. Park setting is perfect, especially if you bring a snack/lunch. Beautiful architecture on the homes. Not sure how the home owners tolerate people staring at them all day along!! Park allows dogs, and has washrooms, and a tennis court...More

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Reviewed yesterday

We took an Uber to this location to check it out because we were Full House fans. It was a beautiful day so it was fun to get outside and take some pictures and see the SF skyline behind the houses, but I wouldn’t consider...More

Thank starla729
Reviewed 2 days ago

Across from Alamo Park it was grand to see this sequence of houses that have achieved fame and are used to publicise the city with so many marvellous attractions. In fact another of their monikers is Postcard Row. Built in the early 1890s by a...More

Thank permia
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

The Painted Ladies were really beautiful! If you, like me, watched Full House, you will enjoy this. There’s also a beautiful park near by.

Thank sch8
Reviewed 1 week ago

We were at this location for no more than 10 minutes and returned to find our rental car with two busted windows and missing belongings. Do not park at the corner of Scott and Hayes. There is a nice wall where crooks can hide without...More

Thank Karen S
Reviewed 1 week ago

Something different to see but nothing over the top special. Stand across street to take pictures and be aware of the time of day as shadows were all over out pictures. There's some history and many details.

Thank debbiedU5869TN
Reviewed 1 week ago

San Francisco is known for it's many rows of painted Victorian styled houses, and it is where the term "painted ladies" originated. This particular block, known as "postcard row", is a well known spot to visit in SF due to the appearances in many movies...More

Thank TravelingMAholes
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Quick stop. Parking along street is easy to find. Must go into park across street and take a photo or two.

Thank UpstateNY621
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is definitely worth a trip if you like Victorian architecture. The houses are huge and beautifully painted. Going around Halloween is a bonus when the surrounding houses are decorated. Alamo Square park is worth a wander around. Great place to picnic on one of...More

Thank Alison H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

My husband and I took a walk to see these famous picturesque homes while in SF. There were a surprising number of visitors to the park across the street. We were lucky to see an artist hard at work as well. Very talented. The homes...More

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Paula A
September 3, 2016|
Response from ttmt2 |
It is open now. Reopened a couple months ago (summer 2017).