Pier 39 (San Francisco) Reviews
Newest Review: ... Beyond the aquarium is the pier itself. Old fashioned in style, the design is obviously meant to make you feel like you've stepped back in time to a fairground type experience. The pier is wooden and pleasing on the eye. We enjoyed walking up and down, popping in the occasionally souvenir shop and grabbing a bag of pick and mix sweets (note to self, avoid the salt water taffy in future, sweets just shouldn't have salt in them). To complete the holiday atmosphere there is a carousel in the middle and a stage where you can often catch buskers performing shows that are suitable for all the family and a lot of fun to watch. The best thing about... more
Customer Pier 39 (San Francisco) Reviews (2)
by - written on 17/11/11 (Very useful, 395 readings)
Pier 39 is one of the most popular tourist spots in the Fisherman's Wharf area of San Francisco. Many a guidebook looks down its nose at the area in general because it is quite brash and in your face, but I really enjoyed the lively atmosphere of the pier and the holiday feel that it gives you when you are there. There is plenty to do here and, unusually, not all of it costs an arm and a leg. The pier is a fun place to spend a couple of hours in the sun and most importantly it offers fabulous views of the surrounding bay. The pier is free to enter and most of its shops and attractions are open from 10am until 9pm during the week and from 10am until 10pm at the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/10/09 (Very useful, 29 readings)
When in San Francisco you have probably heard that the place to go is Pier 39. We spent a whole day here in this area and we were not disappointed at all. It is an amazing place and is the busiest pier in San Francisco or it appears to be anyway. This is where you will find all of the tourists and I will attempt to tell you why. Location Pier 39 is in San Francisco and is located on a coast. It is well sign posted on San Francisco maps and everybody will be able to tell you how to get there. Its place where it is, is called Fishermans Wharf and there are signs to it around San Francisco. The maps you can get do show you all of the walking roads and ... Read the complete review
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