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Things To Do in San Francisco, CA
Do any of your kids show an interest in art? Whether they love to create it or just take it all in, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art will more than likely inspire some new ideas. Several styles of modern art are featured as the museum regularly rotates its exhibits and attractions. In addition to viewing the art, the kids can actually create some of their own in the various modern art hands-on workshops that are provided on Family Sundays. But be prepared for a good workout, as the museum is an impressive six stories that is topped by a 145-foot skylight tower that the kids will surely want to check out.
In the age when even books are being downloaded, it is actually a treat to be able to hold a book in your hands, read it and turn the pages. If technology is making books collectible, then that fact is celebrated every day at Green Apple Books. This extensive retailer and online store will not only have your purchases delivered to your door, they will also buy back your old books and give you credit for them on your purchases. There are always special events going on in the store like readings and book signings, so check the website regularly. Also, while you're online or in the store, pick up a cool Green Apple Books t-shirt or bookbag.
Grace Cathedral is one of San Francisco's most visually striking attractions. This neo-Gothic structure atop Nob Hill is one of the oldest churches in town. The incredibly arresting spires that sit atop the church are one of the most recognizable parts of the skyline. The Cathedral is as striking from the inside as it is on the outside, as you will sense a true sense of calm when you stand within its walls that are adorned by some of the world's most beautiful stained glass windows. The church's order is Episcopalian, but people of all faiths are always invited to come in and reflect and pray in the beautiful house of worship.