Of course, if you grew up on Full House, these are iconic. Not much to do here though. If you walk up the hill opposite the houses, it's a pretty great view.
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We visited the Painted Ladies because my daughter wanted to see them. People think that one of the houses is where Full House was recorded.
The painted Ladies are seven Victorian homes that are an iconic image of San Francisco immortalized in the opening credits of the shows Full House and Fuller House.they are right across from the Alamo Park where the picnic scene for the opening credits was filmed...More
Beautiful houses in an iconic setting. When Alamo Square Park is full on weekends, it gets harder to take pictures without people in them (and much harder to find parking). Once you have seen the houses, there really isn't a reason to return to see...More
This area is a little isolated and other than stopping to take a photo of these houses or have a rest on the grassy bank opposite, there is little else to see or do. We did, however, note free wifi in the park which as...More
The Painted Ladies are easily seen from a short walk through Alamo Square. Some people brought picnics and sat around the grass areas; others walked through for a quick picture in front of the known houses. The area is easily accessible and tourist friendly.
At the end of the day this is a row of old houses in pastel colours. I felt we had to visit this famous location on our trip and was pleasantly surprised by the view. It was a beautiful day too but sadly the park...More