It’s been a long time since the days when putting a flower in your hair topped the list of San Francisco activities. Even such time-honored San Francisco attractions as cable cars and Alcatraz tours have given way to a new crop of activities that cater to a younger—and dare we say more technologically oriented—crowd. Among San Francisco museums, the SFMOMA continues to expand the boundaries of what we consider art in the digital age, while the California Academy of Sciences inspires a new generation of researchers and engineers. Of course, no trip to San Francisco is complete without a cup of tea in Chinatown and a stroll around Haight-Ashbury, ground zero for the counterculture movement known as the Summer of Love.

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