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Haas - Lilienthal House

2007 Franklin Street at Washington Street, Pacific Heights, San Francisco, CA 94109-2909
+1 415-441-3004
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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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  • Average5%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible1%
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2007 Franklin Street at Washington Street, Pacific Heights, San Francisco, CA 94109-2909
Pacific Heights
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"pacific heights"
in 6 reviews
"victorian architecture"
in 5 reviews
"original furniture"
in 4 reviews
"open to the public"
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"queen anne house"
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"walking tour"
in 5 reviews
"home tour"
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"interesting house"
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"lafayette park"
in 2 reviews
"step back in time"
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"very interesting tour"
in 3 reviews
"san francisco history"
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"come alive"
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"history lesson"
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"docent"
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"homes"
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Reviewed 1 week ago

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

Thank rvd_ca_usa
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Reviewed 4 April 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
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Reviewed 1 March 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

Thank Linda N
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Reviewed 23 February 2017 via mobile

Little known fact that there are very few historic homes open to the public in San Francisco. I was staying in Pacific Heights and happened to find the Haas-Lilienthal house nearby. I stopped in and happened to get a private tour at 2 p.m. My...More

Thank melissava2
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Reviewed 6 February 2017 via mobile

This is one of the very few excellent examples of an upper middle class Victorian home that remained in the same family for 100 years until it was donated to a nonprofit historical organization. Go for the tour inside, good value. Discounts for kids, seniors...More

Thank KarinH5
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Reviewed 6 February 2017

We've driven by the Haas-Lilienthal house many times on Franklin. We finally took time to take a tour and we are really glad we did. Our guide was personable, engaging, knowledgable and interesting. The house itself was beautiful. It is unique in having been in...More

Thank hike-n-xcski
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Reviewed 6 February 2017

Most tourists and locals might miss this hidden gem. This is San Francisco history at it's best. We paid $8. No pass. No advance purchase. Show up during hours and get a tour every 20 minutes. The tour did last hours and was so worth...More

1  Thank Eisa B
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Reviewed 10 January 2017

Such a beautiful home. The docents are very knowledgeable and friendly. enjoyed chatting with them prior to the tour and after. Would highly recommend the tour.

Thank Lboo1
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Reviewed 29 December 2016 via mobile

The architecture of the building is beautiful. An interesting step back in time. Tim, our docent knew so much about the wood, the building, the history. He helped the house come alive

1  Thank Hobieha
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Reviewed 8 November 2016

There are still many Victorian Home tours in San Francisco (we found several and got some beautiful postcard type pictures). This is the only Victorian house tour in San Francisco, so it was interesting to see and learn about the architecture, the period furniture and...More

Thank RhondaTraveler
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Response from Margaret G | Reviewed this property |
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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