San Francisco Hidden Gems - The Sutro Baths

About 3 year(s) ago by MediaConnect
Things to Do in San Francisco - Hidden Gem - The Sutro Baths

San FrancSan Francisco is home to many hidden gems, including the historic Sutro Baths located next to the Cliff House, overlooking Seal Rock and the ocean. The Baths are a collection of pools of salt water and crumbling walls, serving as a romantic reminder of a vanished way of life. In 1896, the Sutro Baths were opened to the public as the world's largest indoor swimming pool establishment, built on the western side of San Francisco by wealthy entrepreneur and former mayor of San Francisco, Adolph Sutro. 

From our central location, you can easily access all the best San Francisco attractions, restaurants, and shops. Hop on the Powell Street Cable Car, or take a stroll and wander the neighborhood. Do you have questions about the Sutro Baths or other San Francisco hidden gems? Please don't hesitate to contact us today at 1 (415) 397-3510 for more information or  to make your reservations

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