Small but fun aquarium. Great for young kids. It's an hour adventure with a great view the sharks in the overhead tunnels. Fantastic hands on exhibits just the right height for young kids. It is a great morning or after nap time activity.
About San Francisco Maritime Museum/Aquatic Park Bathhouse Building
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There was a national conference at the Maritime History Museum this week and the staff was amazing in their skills, their knowledge, and their service. This is a national treasure right on the bay. It may not be super glitzy, but it is deep and...More
The museum is in a good location lots to do Fisherman's Wharf, Trolley cars and many restaurants.The museum is free the ships cost $10 to board. They are well worth the fee it's like stepping back in time with many interactive displays,photos and stories. We...More
Although I am not a museum person, this was a very interesting (and free) place to visit. It is right by Ghiradelli Square, and well worth visiting. Great views from the walkway too.
So close to pier 39, we took a look and were amazed at the history presented in this small museum. Highly recommended!
Under restoration but first floor done, beautiful, remarkable tile work, architectural art work. Free. Takes maybe 30-45mins, right on swimming beach. Very much worth walk over from Fisherman. Can't wait to see full restoration.
The Maritime Museum was at the end of Fisherman’s Wharf and I spent a little bit of time there learning about the vast history of seafaring and fishing in San Francisco. The Art Deco style building was built originally as a bath house, before being...More
This is the place to see the maritime museum also known as the aquatic park bathhouse building. The entrance is free and see the early photos of fishermen and their lives in the early 19 ...
Interesting artifacts and pics in this free, quaint museum about 19th and early 20th century mast ships. The upstairs area is being renovated but the additional photo exhibit outside the back to the left is very interesting and a highlight. Good way to spend an...More