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Sydney G. Walton Square, San Francisco

Small (one square block), well maintained park/square in the heart of the city, located right beside the Financial District.

Small (one square block), well maintained park/square in the heart of the city, located right beside the Financial District. Tai Chi practitioners exercise here in the early morning hours.


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About Sydney G. Walton Square

 San Francisco, CA, United States

Sydney G. Walton Square and Nearby Sights on Map

Engine No. 1 - Firehouse

One of the original Fire Houses in the city, it used horse-drawn equipment and was built in 1868

Embarcadero Center

Consists of many buildings between Sacramento and Clay Streets running from the Embarcadero to Battery Street housing a shopping center, offices, and the Hyatt Regency hotel, which has a wonderful 17 story atrium used in the film ''Towering Inferno''

The Embarcadero

Exploratorium

A great kid friendly option, with lots of interactive exhibits teaching about science, with intriguing displays about the mind, natural systems, sound, sight, and much much more

Transamerica Pyramid

San Francisco's second tallest and most famous skyscraper, Transamerica Pyramid was a contentious addition to the city's skyline when it was inaugurated in 1972, but has now been accepted as an iconic landmark

Columbus Tower/Sentinel Building

This flatiron (wedge shaped) copper-green building is an unmistakable San Francisco beauty

Ferry Building

The Ferry Building is an historic ferry terminal which survived the 1906 earthquake and fire, and had 100,000 people pass through it every day before the bridges were built

Pacific Heritage Museum

Exhibits on the art and culture of the peoples of the Pacific Rim

Jack Kerouac Alley

This tiny paved pedestrian alley was named after the famous Beat Generation writer Jack Kerouac who used to hang out in the alley a lot

Beat Museum

Features quite an extensive collection of exhibits, books and manuscripts that focus on Jack Kerouac and the literary Beat Generation