About San Francisco Travel
We see the city in its entirety — through the eyes of the people who live here, the people who love it and the people who love to come here. And as proud as we are to help people arrange their visits to San Francisco, we believe our true value lies not just in our ability to sell our city, but in our role as curators of the most interesting 49 square miles on the planet. We are the San Francisco Travel Association. And we are the window into the City by the Bay.
Children's Museums, Science Museums
Bars & Clubs
Bars & Clubs
Off the Grid is a mobile food extravaganza, bringing delicious foods, with free sides of music, craft and soul.
The museum fills up with an eclectic mix of live music and performances, film screenings, dancing, mixed-media art-making stations, demonstrations from local artists, curatorial talks, and open artist studio hours. Engage with artists and performers, wander the art galleries, and enjoy a sunset in the observation tower or grab a drink at the specialty cocktail bar. The museum is open late just for you! Your Friday nights just got more interesting.
Enjoy cocktails, conversations and adult-oriented activities in sciences and the arts. One part theater, one part cabaret, one part gallery and one part Happy Hour, Exploratorium After Dark is a unique way to experience one of San Francisco’s most beloved museums.
Beach Blanket Babylon, the world's longest running musical revue, is a high energy pop culture satire and is the perfect night out with friends.
Chapel Bar is open to the neighborhood seven nights a week, and is also a great place for concert ticket-holders to enjoy specialty cocktails and food before, during and after shows.
The world famous transgender stars- the beautiful and talented Ladies of AsiaSF- serve you superb critically acclaimed Cal Asian cuisine and perform hourly atop the red runway bar. Add in signature cocktails, wine, and color morphing shoji screen walls and you have a feast for all your senses! It continues to be the ultimate San Francisco experience.
The legendary Top of the Mark, a San Francisco landmark since 1939, is known for breathtaking, wraparound views of San Francisco and the Bay Area.
Founded as an orchestra for the people just five years after the 1906 earthquake, the San Francisco Symphony has offered innovative programs that provide a mix of classical and new music for more than 100 years. With performances over 200 days per year, from Mahler to pops, it’s easy to find a concert you’ll love that fits into your trip.
The luminous new SFJAZZ Center is the first stand-alone structure in the country built specifically for jazz. Its intimate concert hall, the Robert N. Miner Auditorium, was acoustically and visually designed to enhance the creation of spontaneous music and the connection between artists and audiences.
Famous for rock and pop music since the 1960s, the venerable Fillmore books headliners into its expansive, 1,000-person space. It’s hosted numerous legendary acts on its stage over the past several decades.