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Nob Hill Things to Do

Nob Hill Things to Do

Looking for cool things to do in Nob Hill Neighborhood? -

One of San Francisco’s original “Seven Hills,” Nob Hill is an upscale neighborhood in San Francisco just north of Union Square. Emanating from the intersection of California and Powell streets, Nob Hill offers an eclectic vibe and immaculate streetscapes lined with historic Victorian homes, Gothic cathedrals, and swanky shops, restaurants and lounges.
The neighborhood also boasts some of the city’s most iconic cultural attractions, including Grace Cathedral, Cable Car Museum, Masonic Memorial Temple, Huntington Park and Nob Hill Theater. Walk down Nob Hill and absorb breathtaking vistas of San Francisco Bay, Fisherman’s Wharf and the Golden Gate Bridge.
Nob Hill’s trendy mystique makes it one of San Francisco’s most high-end shopping, dining and nightlife districts. Walk to the top of Nob Hill and grab a table at Nook, a sunny sidewalk café where you can enjoy great food and wine and watch the cable cars descend San Francisco's legendary hills. When sun sets on Nob Hill, imbibe a few cocktails and brews at hip Polk Street bars.

Grace Cathedral - The Spirit of Nob Hill -

The heart of the Episcopal Church in San Francisco, Grace Cathedral is a magnificent Gothic-style church that illuminated the Non Hill community with its with stunning architecture, beautiful stained glass, two labyrinths and an altarpiece by artist Keith Haring. Take a spiritual journey through the gilded bronze doors – casts of Lorenzo Ghiberti's Gates of Paradise - to a welcoming stone sculpture of St. Francis.
Enjoy peaceful walks on the limestone labyrinth, a replica of the 13th-century stone maze on the floor of Chartres Cathedral, a ritual of meditation and enlightenment, or stroll along the terrazzo outdoor labyrinth on the church's north side. The dramatic and iconic cathedral also offers diverse prayer and music programs and performing arts.

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