A very nice place with impressive architecture, prepare your camera, you can capture really nice photos there. You must see it.
The Palace of Fine Arts is a marvellous structure originally constructed for the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition. If you enjoy architecture do not miss this icon of the area, It was rebuilt in 1965. The renovation of the lagoon and a seismic retrofit were completed in early 2009, It is tranquil place for the pictures and picnics surrounded by architecture, quiet... More
We walked here after our visit to Crissy Field. My teen boys do not enjoy anything with the words "Find Arts". They would never had agreed to go if I mentioned this as one of the destinations. However, since we were in the neighbor, they were more than happy to walk through it. We ended up spending a good hour... More
You would think by the number of photos I took here that I was in Real Estate and trying to sell the place! First of all, the history of the area is all important but the fact that this magnificent edifice is still here as gorgeous as ever is amazing. The park area is peaceful and the surrounding area is... More
It was a little cold, the view of the light at the columns, and the lake by a side is a great spot for lovers of photography only some steps from the shore were you can picture the golden gate at sun dawn.
Beautiful architecture and a nice place to walk. Took some nice pictures but, lol, none of the nude bicyclists who stopped for a rest. Funny stuff. Even with a short time schedule, we were glad to take the time to stop on the way back from a Golden Gate walk.
It's not the most exciting and now that the exploratorium has moved there is not a whole lot to actually "do" here. But that doesn't detract from the fact that this is (in my opinion) the most beautiful pond and landscaped space in San Francisco. The dome of the palace itself is spectacular to wander through but the lake with... More
This building is worth a visit - we chanced upon it on a scenic drive on the local maps. The building would do the various Louis emperors proud, and the gardens are gorgeous; very photogenic.
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