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      San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park

      San Francisco (2558.8 mi)
      The San Francisco Maritime National Park Association welcomes boating enthusiasts and history buffs alike to board antique ships—including a 1930s sloop yacht, an 1890 steamboat, and a nineteenth-century wooden-hulled scow schooner—docked at piers in and around the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park. The association even lays claim to a pristine World War II submarine, the USS Pampanito, which sees more than 110,000 visitors every year and boasts National Historic Landmark status for its world-class example of maritime preservation. They've even restored and repaired the equipment inside to full operation for an immersive and realistic experience. Another huge draw is the Balclutha, a moored 1886 square-rigged tall ship with three massive masts. The land-locked Maritime Museum, housed inside a WPA-built structure designed to look like an ocean liner, keeps the seafaring fun going with hands-on activities and exhibits that explore the city's nautical past. In addition to answering questions and helming educational programs, staff members also recruit volunteers to pitch in aboard and around the old ships, where they can learn firsthand how to care for museum pieces, practice public speaking skills, and memorize nautical terms that will help make their stories of pirate heritage way more believable.
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      The Walt Disney Family Museum

      San Francisco (2560.9 mi)
      Over the course of his long and prolific career, Walt Disney became synonymous not just with the artist, inventor, and movie maker he was, but with a whole cast of beloved characters. From Mickey Mouse to Mary Poppins, The Walt Disney Family Museum celebrates how Walt's highly animated imagination and tireless pursuit of innovation "helped define 20th-century America," as visitors get to know Walt through 40,000-square-feet packed full of his early drawings, animations, movies, and listening stations, with clips narrated in Walt's own voice. Through these exhibits, visitors can peer into Walt's world, and understand the successes, failures, and unmatched imagination of the man who brought animation to life. Not unlike Disney's pioneering films, the museum's 10 galleries weave together state-of-the-art technology and history into an immersive experience. Early drawings and animation demonstrate the first seeds of inspiration; examples of multiplane camera cranes spotlight technological advances and the Disneyland of Walt’s imagination. A museum store stocks vintage Disney plushes and prints, and a Fantasia-themed theater complete with heavily padlocked broom closet shows Disney classics six days a week.
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      De Young Museum

      San Francisco (2562.1 mi)
      One of San Francisco's oldest cultural institutions, the de Young Museum has steadily expanded since it was built for the California Midwinter International Exposition of 1894. It now stands among the country’s most-visited public art museums. The museum's painstakingly curated permanent collections chiefly fall into three categories: more than 1,000 American paintings from the 17th through 21st centuries; international textiles and costumes; and art from the Americas, Pacific, and Africa. The staff also curates a dynamic selection of visiting exhibitions that have featured photography, sculpture, and cultural artifacts. The museum’s architecture and grounds evolve right along with the collections, as natural materials such as copper, stone, wood, and old baseball cards age against the surroundings of Golden Gate Park.
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      My Gym

      San Francisco (2558.4 mi)
      My Gym Children's Fitness Center, which currently has more than 200 international locations, began more than 30 years ago as a structured place for children to safely play, acquire new skills, and romp off a sugar buzz. All classes are organized according to age level—starting as young as 6 weeks—and designed to incorporate the latest physiological and psychological research. Tiny Tykes gets babies moving with help from their parents, Mighty Mites teaches toddlers self-reliance and beginning sports skills, and Champions, a class for kids aged 6–8, emphasizes the importance of using teamwork to master more complex sports skills and achieve group goals such as building a human pyramid to reach the cookie jar. My Gym's energetic instructors are experts at using music, dance, and gymnastics to build youngsters' strength and self-esteem. The noncompetitive environment fosters creativity and hands-on activities boost children's learning retention and fun quotient.
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      Quesada Gardens Initiative

      San Francisco (2559.1 mi)
      Every Saturday, volunteers for Quesada Gardens Initiative can be found pulling weeds, harvesting produce, or freshening up public spaces as part of several ongoing projects in the Bayview community. Whether the project is an outdoor mural or a garden, the end goal is the same: to help connect residents as they work toward improving their neighborhood. Along with organizing community-defined, resident-led projects such as food-producing gardens and gathering spaces, Quesada Gardens Initiative hosts free, family-friendly events such as outdoor film festivals. See how Groupon helps you discover local causes and lend a helping hand at the Groupon Grassroots blog.
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      Museum of the African Diaspora

      San Francisco (2558.3 mi)
      Since 2005, the Museum of the African Diaspora has placed a spotlight on both the history of the dispersal of African people throughout the world as well as the artistic reactions it has inspired. Emphasizing four themes––origin, movement, adaptation, and transformation––the museum's staff has created interactive exhibits where users can watch short videos about African culinary traditions or even mix their own music. Contemporary paintings, installations, and photographs by artists such as Alison Saar interpret diaspora’s social and emotional ramifications, while rotating exhibitions explore diverse subjects ranging from North African jewelry to studies on oppression and pan-Africanism. Alongside its permanent and temporary displays, the museum hosts events including film screenings and educator workshops, as well as online exhibits on topics such as slave narratives.
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