Designed to help both tourists and locals enjoy a day on Fisherman’s Wharf. Best of San Francisco will help you plan your visit to San Francisco’s Famous Wharf. Best of San Francisco .net explored Fisherman’s Wharf. We are pleased to share our best discoveries with you.
FISHERMAN’S WHARF GUIDE
How to get to Fisherman’s Wharf? You can choose to go #1 by the Hyde & Beach Cable Car at the turnaround at Market & Powell Streets.
Or…#2 Take the ‘F” Line Streetcar on Market Street right to the Fishing Boats at Jefferson & Taylor Streets.
Travel to the Old Wharf by either Cable Car or Streetcar
#1 The Cable Car Downtown/Union Square main stop is at Powell & Market.
Or, you can get on at any corner stop on the line.
Look for the wide yellow STOP marker at street corners. Fabulous Views over the hills!
Fisherman’s Wharf Restaurants
The best Wharf Restaurants guide. Try the fish market
Fisherman’s Wharf Bars
The Best Bars of Fisherman’s Wharf.
Find the Wharf Bar Perfect for after your Sea food Dinner.
Or #2 Take a Street Car.
The Streetcar can be caught anywhere on Market Street, heading toward the Ferry Building;
or on the Embarcadero,which is further down the same line.
Just look for the center island bus stops on Market Street.
You will be taking the F Line Trolley.
They are all different, antique cars from around the world. Great fun.
PIER 39 is a favorite destination for visitor’s from all over the world.
Don’t confuse Pier 39 with Fisherman’s Wharf, it isn’t,
although it is in walking distance from the actual Wharf. Located right on the Embarcadero
(F TROLLY LINE from the downtown, Market Street) Pier 39 is more like a boardwalk than a pier.
Online Photo Album Tour of Fisherman’s Wharf
View our beautiful Photograph’s by Michelle Boleyn