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One of the largest art galleries in California, the space is more than 4000 sq.
One of the largest art galleries in California, the space is more than 4000 sq. and exhibits works of over 50 San Francisco Bay Area artists.
863 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA, United States
San Francisco's oldest alternative art space, This tiny space has premiered works by noted authors such as Dave Eggers and world-class playwrights such as Denis Johnson
An arts and technology museum geared towards kids and families, with lots of interactive exhibits (some of them quite high-tech) giving you a chance to produce animation, video, sound, performance or visual arts
This Sony Entertainment-sponsored mall/entertainment complex has some interesting shops (including an entire store devoted to the Sony Playstation), a 15-screen movie theater with an IMAX screen, and a video game parlor/arcade where you can drink and play virtual bowling
Stretching across adjacent two full blocks between Mission, Folsom, 3rd and 4th Streets (with another building across the street at 4th and Howard), Moscone Center is a major convention center and entertainment complex with a variety of attractions
This historic theater on Market St has a balcony and approximately 2,700 seats
A beautiful carousel dating back to 1906, now fully restored and open for rides
This is the only folk art museum in Northern California, known for a rich offering of focused and unique exhibitions of traditional and contemporary folk art and craft from around the world
They organize exhibitions, performing arts events, arts education, and public art programs in order to encourage and facilitate the flow of artistic ideas between the different cultural and socio-economic stratums in society
EXIT Theatre is a no-frills experimental/alternative theater in the Tenderloin
The only permanent indoor ice skating rink in San Francisco, and perhaps the most beautiful, with floor-to-ceiling windows giving a superb panoramic view of the surrounding area