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Haas - Lilienthal House

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This Queen Anne style home, now a museum, was the house where the merchant family of blue jeans (Haas) and canned goods (Lilienthal) lived.
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2007 Franklin Street at Washington Street, Pacific Heights, San Francisco, CA 94109-2909
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed November 14, 2002

I just returned from a trip to San Francisco. While there I had the distinct pleasure of touring the Haas-Lilienthal House. The tour is supposed to last approximately 1 hour and only cost $5. A gentleman by the name of John was the docent that...More

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Reviewed September 25, 2003

I have just returned from a trip to SF and did tour the Haas-Lilienthal House. While the home is a wonderful example of the Victorian Era, I was disappointed in the homes exterior and interior decor as well as the limited amount of rooms open...More

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Reviewed 3 days ago

We had a great tour lasting more than an hour. Our engaging guide gave a relaxed and captivating account of the family history and the life story of the house. Beginning with the gorgeous Queen Anne style exterior, it was wonderful to see the delicate...More

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Reviewed September 5, 2018

This large house built in the 1880’s has been preserved with most of its original decorations and furnishings. Guided tours by knowledgeable and friendly docent. Unfortunately the house opening hours are few and far between.

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Reviewed August 8, 2018

Much-loved icon of old San Francisco, a survivor of the '06 earthquake and fire. Just a gorgeous old building on display.

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Reviewed June 24, 2018

When you walk round San Fransisco you might wonder what the inside of the houses look like. Short of burglary or an armed invasion you can find out in this tour! :) You get a history of the family and the house on a guided...More

Thank AndyandLesley
Reviewed June 19, 2018

Frozen in time (late 19th century) the Haas-Lilienthal house is one of the very few classic San Francisco Victorian homes that has maintained both it's original exterior AND interior. If you're a history buff...especially a San Francisco history buff...you'll love this window on how the...More

1  Thank Matthew D
Reviewed May 3, 2018

The history of San Francisco is so fascinating and this home adds it's special touch to the big picture of "the city by the bay". The families, the times, the social life, the success and the trauma...it's all here. Wonderful tour with well versed docents....More

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Reviewed April 29, 2018

We lived across the street from the Haas - tour companies often take groups through. Nice group of docents to explain the fascinating history.

1  Thank Kerry D
Reviewed April 8, 2018

Very interesting tour of a Victorian home which three generations of German-Jewish-Americans have lived in. It was great to see how people in San Francisco did things back then. From the antique furniture to the really awesome kitchen and bathrooms, it was a great experience....More

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Reviewed April 4, 2017 via mobile

We were directed to the Haas -Lilienthal House by the concierge at our hotel, but they did not have a schedule for the tours. Here is the information listed at there site: The Haas-Lilienthal House is open to the public three days a week. Wednesdays...More

2  Thank Bigredmachine
Reviewed March 1, 2017

We recently took a tour of the Haas-Lilienthal House. It is a must see attraction. What a beautiful piece of architecture! The Victorian/Queen Anne house was built in 1886 and survived both the 1906 and the 1989 earthquakes. The details inside are second to none....More

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The tour takes about an hour, so it will start at least an hour before it closes. We took a tour that started at 1PM. I think they also just start when enough people show up. You should contact the house by phone, I... More
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