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This tiny chapel is a memorial to the 'Lost Fishermen' who have lost their lives on the seas.
This tiny chapel is a memorial to the 'Lost Fishermen' who have lost their lives on the seas. Every year they hold a special service to commemorate these fishermen. The annual 'Blessing of the Fleet' also starts from here every October.
An fun exhibit that traces the history of amusement attractions in American cities, with a focus on San Francisco
Has quite an interesting collection of about 300 coin-operated musical instruments and antique arcade machines, that date from the turn of the century
Located behind the Pampanito submarine is this WWII Liberty Ship open for tours
This is a National Historic Landmark ? an authentic WWII submarine with many original artifacts on display
It has more than more than 270 wax portraits of entertainers, heroes, villains, etc
Set over 2 floors it has over 10,000 square feet of galleries, exhibits, illusions, and interactive displays
Originally the home base of San Francisco's fishing fleet, Fisherman's Wharf today is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city
Don't forget to go and see the real fishing boats at what?s known as Fish Alley ? after all it is 'Fisherman's Wharf'
Built in 1907 with its award-winning architecture, the Cannery overlooks San Francisco Bay and once upon a time was the largest peach cannery in the world
Pier 39 is a shopping and entertainment complex on Fisherman's Wharf with over 50 specialty stores, 13 full service restaurants, theater, cruises, street performances, and several other things to do for the entire family