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Things To Do in San Francisco, CA
Gump's San Francisco takes pride in celebrating the truly eclectic! Founded in 1861 by Solomon Gump, this shopping gallery offers one-of-a-kind items from all around the world that include such highly-sought after items as crystal, china, silver, jewelry, home and office furnishings, and bed and bath items, just to name a few. Gump's specializes in not only the eclectic, but also the exotic and unusual while never losing sight of its high standard of quality in every item that you'll find in their store.
The California Academy of Sciences is located in Golden Gate Park and offers the whole family a chance to learn about science in a new and entertaining way. Among the many popular exhibits and attractions are those focused on various types of fish and other aquatic life, the rain forests of the world, and the newly added roof garden. The spirit of scientific discovery is very much alive here, and that pursuit of knowledge will no doubt inspire your kids to not only ask more questions, but find the answers in this highly regarded facility.
San Francisco's Castro Theatre is a stunning tribute to the experience of taking in a movie. Built in 1922, this historic theater has hosted several film festivals showcasing the work of world-renowned actors and directors. You will often find some of the world's best-loved movies on the marquee, as it only makes sense that such a classically beautiful venue would screen equally elegant films that still stand as testaments to the art of fine movie making. You and your date will enjoy the romantic experience of sitting in such a classy theater where the experience of watching a film in such a vintage setting will only deepen your appreciation for not only the film that you're watching, but for each other as well.