This unassuming museum turns out to be a great place to take a young kid. Their stationary streetcar lends itself to play acting as a streetcar driver -- my daughter loved the... read more
The San Francisco Railway museum is the place to learn about the antique...
The San Francisco Railway museum is the place to learn about the antique streetcars and
national landmark cable cars that regularly run along the city's main arteries, and how rail transportation shaped development of the city. The museum is located at the Steuart Street F-line stop, half a block south of Market St., catty-corner from the Ferry Building, and only steps away from the California St. Cable Car terminal. Admission to the museum is free.