Activities in San Francisco


Bay Area Wedding Fairs: $15 for Admission for Two to a Bay Area Wedding Fair  (Up to $30 Value). Eight Dates Available.

$15 for Admission for Two to a Bay Area Wedding Fair (Up to $30 Value). Eight Dates Available.

Bay Area Wedding Fairs

Multiple Locations

Bridal show brings together soon-to-be-weds and wedding production professionals for networking, big-day planning, and shopping

$30 $15

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The Big Fake Wedding: $12 for General Admission for One to The Big Fake Wedding San Francisco on July 30 ($25 Value)

$12 for General Admission for One to The Big Fake Wedding San Francisco on July 30 ($25 Value)

The Big Fake Wedding

GENERAL’S RESIDENCE AT FORT MASON CENTER

Guests attend a mock wedding complete with ceremony and dinner to sample wedding vendors’ talents and gain inspiration for their own big day

$25 $12

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The San Francisco Sailing Company: $198 for a Two-Day Basic Keelboat Sailing I Class from San Francisco Sailing School (Up to $490 Value)

$198 for a Two-Day Basic Keelboat Sailing I Class from San Francisco Sailing School (Up to $490 Value)

The San Francisco Sailing Company

San Francisco Sailing Company's Sailing School

Students complete the first half of the American Sailing Association certification during a two-day course, mostly on the water

$490 $198

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Golden Gate Sailing Tours: Three-Hour Sailing Trip for Two or Six from Golden Gate Sailing Tours (Up to 51% Off)

Three-Hour Sailing Trip for Two or Six from Golden Gate Sailing Tours (Up to 51% Off)

Golden Gate Sailing Tours

Treasure Island

A yacht sails through the San Francisco Bay as pairs enjoy sights, sounds, and included snacks and beverages

$150 $75

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Blue & Gold Fleet: $36 for a 90-Minute Escape from the Rock Cruise Around Alcatraz for Two from Blue & Gold Fleet (Up to $72 Value)

$36 for a 90-Minute Escape from the Rock Cruise Around Alcatraz for Two from Blue & Gold Fleet (Up to $72 Value)

Blue & Gold Fleet

San Francisco

Cruise under the Golden Gate Bridge and circle Alcatraz twice as guides recount chilling escape attempts of the island's criminals

$72 $36

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Ghirardelli Square Uncorked Wine Festival: General or VIP Admission to Ghirardelli Square Uncorked Wine Festival on May 9 (Up to 52% Off)

General or VIP Admission to Ghirardelli Square Uncorked Wine Festival on May 9 (Up to 52% Off)

Ghirardelli Square Uncorked Wine Festival

Fisherman's Wharf

More than 50 wineries gather in Ghirardelli Square and on Beach Street with live music, entertainment and food vendors

$120 $59

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CigarBQue: CigarBQue at Casa De La Vista on Thursday, June 11 (Up to 53% Off)

CigarBQue at Casa De La Vista on Thursday, June 11 (Up to 53% Off)

CigarBQue

Case De La Vista

Festival admission lets you enjoy Diamond Crown cigars, local barbecue, and drinks from expert mixologists

$125 $59

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Jeremiah O'Brien Liberty Ship: Visit for Two, Four, or Six to the Jeremiah O'Brien Liberty Ship (Up to 60% Off)

Visit for Two, Four, or Six to the Jeremiah O'Brien Liberty Ship (Up to 60% Off)

Jeremiah O'Brien Liberty Ship

Fisherman's Wharf

Historically accurate and still operational, the SS Jeremiah O’Brien is a National Historic Landmark that is open to the public year round

$24 $12

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California Academy of Sciences: Adult, Child, or Youth General Admission at California Academy of Sciences

Adult, Child, or Youth General Admission at California Academy of Sciences

California Academy of Sciences

San Francisco

Explore a four-story living rainforest, a planetarium with a 75-foot dome, a moving earthquake exhibit, a living roof, and much more

$24.95

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Bay Area BBQ and Grilling School: Six-Hour Barbecue-Grilling and Smoking Class for One or Two at Bay Area BBQ and Grilling School (Up to 56% Off)

Six-Hour Barbecue-Grilling and Smoking Class for One or Two at Bay Area BBQ and Grilling School (Up to 56% Off)

Bay Area BBQ and Grilling School

NW BBQ and Grilling School

Students work with Weber gas grills and three different smokers to prepare buffalo wings, pork tenderloin, rib racks, brisket, and more

$170 $79

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Emperor Norton's Fantastic San Francisco Time Machine: Historical Walking Tour for Two or Four from Emperor Norton's Fantastic San Francisco Time Machine (Up to 64% Off)

Historical Walking Tour for Two or Four from Emperor Norton's Fantastic San Francisco Time Machine (Up to 64% Off)

Emperor Norton's Fantastic San Francisco Time Machine

Fisherman's Wharf

Reincarnated San Francisco icon leads tours through city’s historic streets and dispenses facts about landmarks architectural and otherwise

$40 $19

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Ferry Building: Edible Excursions' Ferry Building and Farmers Market Food Tour at Ferry Building

Edible Excursions' Ferry Building and Farmers Market Food Tour at Ferry Building

Ferry Building

San Francisco

$68 $47.25

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MitchLoweGolf: $5 Buys You a Coupon for A One Hour Lesson For $75 at MitchLoweGolf

$5 Buys You a Coupon for A One Hour Lesson For $75 at MitchLoweGolf

MitchLoweGolf

San Francisco

For $5, receive a coupon for a one hour lesson for $75

$5

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  • Asian Art Museum
    Described as "the largest collection of Asian art in the United States" by Frommer's, the Asian Art Museum helps guests understand the cultural connections between works of art from countries such as China, Turkey, India, and the Philippines. Size: 31 gallery spaces display select items from the museum's 18,000-piece collection of antique and contemporary art and cultural artifacts Eye Catcher: gilded bronze sculpture of a seated Buddha dated back to the Later Zhao Dynasty, making it the oldest known Chinese Buddha sculpture in the world Permanent Mainstay: a ritual vessel in the shape of a rhinoceros represents one of the few surviving artifacts from China's Bronze Age that was created to resemble an entire animal Don't Miss: the new special exhibition Roads of Arabia: Archaeology and History of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, which features 200 recently excavated artifacts including stone tools dating back more than a million years From the Press: the San Francisco Chronicle hailed the Asian Art Museum's collection as "the city's greatest cultural asset."
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    200 Larkin St.
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Rendezvous Charters
    Rendezvous Charters? crew helps people to experience the San Francisco Bay providing lessons, yacht and sailboat charters, and fractional- sailing boat-sharing memberships. During lessons, staffers challenge students to turn theory into hands-on action, using American Sailing Association guidelines to transform landlubbers into landlubbers who can sail. For those who prefer to outsource steering, Spinnaker Sailing?s captains load up to six passengers for private cruises aboard skippered 30- to 50-foot yachts. Parties can request to sail around Angel Island or stop in at Sam?s in Tiburon to grab drinks or dinner. Meanwhile, Spinnaker Fractional members share luxury Beneteau boats, indulging in the benefits of boat ownership without being bogged down with the cost of insurance, fees, and vessel upkeep.
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    40 Pier, Suite 4
    San Francisco, CA US
  • The Grapes of Rock Festival
    Typically, baseballs fly out of AT&T Park to splash into the water. This Thanksgiving, it will be runners who dart from a starting line outside the stadium to trot along the waterfront. From there, these racers—some dressed as turkeys, sleeping uncles, or other iconic Thanksgiving images—wind into the SoMa district before bending into the heart of the city and finishing at City Hall. Proceeds from the race benefit the San Francisco and Marin Food Bank, an organization dedicated to ending hunger in the community. The race organizers have completely committed to the giving nature of Thanksgiving, not just with the race's date and charitable cause but also with its route. The course is designed to showcase the work being done to help those experiencing hunger, as well as "create a visual representation of the real care being delivered by the community," as the race site states.
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    2 Marina Boulevard
    San Francisco, CA US
  • The San Francisco Sailing Company
    The San Francisco Sailing Company and the San Francisco Sailing School offer charters, sailing tours, and sailing lessons. They provide customers a chance to cruise the Bay as if on their own private yacht, or teach customers how to sail through their American Sailing Association certified facility. On a typical sailing tour, seasoned captains give passengers a memorable experience as they enjoy unique panoramic views of the entire Central San Francisco Bay. Tours pass the water front from Fisherman's Wharf all the way to the Golden Gate Bridge, Aquatic Park, Alcatraz, The Bay Bridge and views of Sausalito, and Angle Island. In sailing lessons, students will learn theory and terminology, as well as spend the majority of the time on the water practicing maneuvers such as tacking and jibing. In two days of lessons, students are half way through Basic Keelboat certification.
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    2800 Leavenworth St. #210
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Crunch Miami
    At Fremont Laser MedSpa, Dr. James Kojian is as one of the first doctors in the Bay area to utilize this new laser treatment, and Fremont Laser Med Spa has treated more than 18,000 clients of every skin type, including more than 3,000 iLipo and Cavitation patients for fat reduction. He oversees a team of laser technicians, registered nurses, nurse practitioners, and physicians' assistants as they administer FDA-approved beautification services that keep skin looking youthful. Dr. Kojian draws on his experience in the fields of anti-aging and longevity as well as aesthetics, calibrating his arsenal of lasers to target everything from wrinkles and rosacea to unwanted hair and rebel spacecraft. Fat-liquifying lasers safely circumvent the skin to liquefy fat cells, aiming to let the body flush them away for a potential loss of inches.
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    61 New Montgomery St.
    San Francisco, CA US
  • The Beat Museum
    By day, Jerry Cimino worked in the computer industry. By night, he quietly collected memorabilia from the Beat Generation, building up little piles of photographs, letters, and first editions of literature by Allen Ginsberg, Neal Cassady, and Jack Kerouac. Inspired by the beat poets themselves, who often traded what they had to pursue their passions, Cimino abandoned his 9-to-5 job and opened The Beat Museum. Located on the same ground that was once the epicenter for Beat activity during the 1950s, the museum hosts an ever-increasing collection of cultural ephemera and has been profiled in the Washington Post. The shelves and glass cases brim with various editions of Allen Ginsberg's Howl, a sweat-dappled jacket worn by Jack Kerouac on his travels, and William Burroughs?s guide to perfect table manners.
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    540 Broadway
    San Francisco, CA US

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