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San Francisco Maritime Museum/Aquatic Park Bathhouse Building

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San Francisco Maritime Museum/Aquatic Park Bathhouse Building

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900 Beach St San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park, San Francisco, CA 94109-1002
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mini wrote a review Aug 2020
Fremont, California99 107 contributions3 824 helpful votes
We enjoyed seeing the maritime museum and its assortment of exhibits. We very much enjoyed our visit while visiting San Francisco.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Juan B wrote a review Apr 2020
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Beautiful historical building dealing with San Francisco maritime history. The real attraction though is the beautiful and unique 1930’s WPA mural “Undersea Life” by Hilaire Hiler. In a city of so many murals, this is unlike any of them. It’s unique forms and colors just stand out. As an added extra go to the outside deck and check out Sargent Claude Johnson’s mosaic tile mural “Sea Forms” and Beniamino Bufano’s sculptures, very cool.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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mini wrote a review Dec 2019
Fremont, California99 107 contributions3 824 helpful votes
We visitd the San Francisco Maritime Museum. There are a number of exhibits. It used to be a bth house. Admission is free.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Candace K wrote a review Dec 2019
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We enjoyed both the Aquatic Boathouse building and the exhibit in the Argonaut Hotel. The self guided exhibits were very well done and gives you a great history of the waterways of San Francisco bay. It was wonderful in an expensive city to travel in that this is a free. ( you have to pay to tour the boats on the dock, but we did not do this).
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Date of experience: December 2019
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The Brown Daredevil wrote a review Dec 2019
Moreno Valley, California383 contributions56 helpful votes
Free admission, no free parking though unless you can find somewhere that you are comfortable with to leave all day. Quick walk and you're done. See it once though, there are some interesting stories about people who travel via sea in situations you'd think it is impossible.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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