San Fran Cyclo
Glide around Golden Gate Park and zip across the Bridge on sleek new bikes, including hybrid options and electric bikes. Storefront for...
For a serious lap swim, head to this Olympic-sized pool at the University of San Francisco, with 40ft ceilings and oversized windows....
Art is what you make of it at this participatory art gallery, where you're invited to interpret themes such as Butcher Shop, Startup and...
Velo Rouge Café
Bike one block from Golden Gate Park and you've earned a Blue Bottle coffee break or a frosty Chimay beer surrounded by charming...
B Star Bar
1 Loraine Ct · interesting places nearby
Art nouveau stained-glass windows and a dome skylight illuminate more than 8000 niches honoring dearly departed San Franciscans and their beloved pets. San Francisco's Columbarium revived the ancient Roman custom of sheltering cremated remains in 1898, when burial grounds crowded the Richmond district. The Columbarium was neglected from 1934 until its 1979 restoration by the Neptune Society, a cremation advocacy group. Today visitors admire the neoclassical architecture, and pay respects to the niche of pioneering gay city supervisor Harvey Milk.