San Francisco’s Top 5 Landmarks

A visit to San Francisco wouldn’t be complete without seeing these landmarks.

Golden Gate Bridge — An engineering marvel with spectacular views. It’s a symbol of the city and one of the most recognized modern structures on earth.

Coit Tower Murals — Public art that’s a “snapshot in time” from one of the most turbulent years in San Francisco history, housed in a tower atop Telegraph Hill.

Chinatown — An exciting, bustling, compact neighborhood that’s home to one of the largest Chinese communities outside Asia

Fisherman’s Wharf — Home of the Dungeness Crab, Ghirardelli Chocolate, the famous Cable Car turnaround, and the largest floating maritime museum.

Golden Gate Park — The largest urban park in America is home to world-class museums and gardens, attracting millions of visitors every year.