WELCOME TO

THE CITY BY THE BAY

 
 
 
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A QUICK GUIDE TO HELP YOU MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR STAY HERE

WE KNOW THAT MANY OF YOU HAVE TRAVELED MILES UPON MILES

(AND FOR YOU INTERNATIONAL FOLK, KILOMETERS UPON KILOMETERS) 

TO CELEBRATE WITH US - THANK YOU! 

 

First of all, what's the weather like?

Lucky for you, you're visiting during the warmest time of the year in San Francisco!... which pretty much means it'll finally get up to 77°F here. 

However, any local will tell you that you need to dress in layers.

Pack those windbreakers and hoodies! It can feel like fall in the morning, summer in the afternoon, and winter at night.

 

So, what's there to do here?

The golden Gate Bridge   The Golden Gate Bridge is #1 on every visitor's list. Walk, drive, or bike across the bridge, or head to one of the many vantage points nearby and get an awesome view!   More Info On The Golden Gate Bridge Here

The golden Gate Bridge

The Golden Gate Bridge is #1 on every visitor's list. Walk, drive, or bike across the bridge, or head to one of the many vantage points nearby and get an awesome view!

More Info On The Golden Gate Bridge Here

Coit Tower   Coit Tower is an unmistakable part of the city's skyline, sitting at the top of Telegraph Hill. If you make your way to the top, you'll get a beautiful 360 view of the city.   More Info On Coit Tower Here

Coit Tower

Coit Tower is an unmistakable part of the city's skyline, sitting at the top of Telegraph Hill. If you make your way to the top, you'll get a beautiful 360 view of the city.

More Info On Coit Tower Here

Cable Cars   It's not a trip to San Francisco without a ride on the cable cars! Catch the cable car from California or Powell Street and hold on as you glide up the city's steep, steep streets.   More Info On The Cable Cars Here

Cable Cars

It's not a trip to San Francisco without a ride on the cable cars! Catch the cable car from California or Powell Street and hold on as you glide up the city's steep, steep streets.

More Info On The Cable Cars Here

Painted ladies at Alamo square   One of the most photographed locations in San Francisco, these ladies have shown up everywhere from Full House to Mrs. Doubtfire.   More Info On The Painted Ladies Here

Painted ladies at Alamo square

One of the most photographed locations in San Francisco, these ladies have shown up everywhere from Full House to Mrs. Doubtfire.

More Info On The Painted Ladies Here

Fisherman's wharf / Pier 39   Get some chocolate at Ghirardelli Square, say hi to the sea lions basking in the sun, or just hang out and people watch at one of San Francisco's most visited spots.   More Info On Fisherman's Wharf Here

Fisherman's wharf / Pier 39

Get some chocolate at Ghirardelli Square, say hi to the sea lions basking in the sun, or just hang out and people watch at one of San Francisco's most visited spots.

More Info On Fisherman's Wharf Here

Twin Peaks   Come see the best views of the city from the highest point in San Francisco. From here, you'll be able to see far across the Bay, from the Golden Gate Bridge to Oakland.   More Info On Twin Peaks Here

Twin Peaks

Come see the best views of the city from the highest point in San Francisco. From here, you'll be able to see far across the Bay, from the Golden Gate Bridge to Oakland.

More Info On Twin Peaks Here

Golden Gate Park   200 acres bigger than Central Park, there's no shortage of things to do at Golden Gate Park. Visit the de Young Museum, California Academy of Sciences, or the Conservatory of Flowers. Relax at Stow Lake and Hippie Hill. Grab a drink with a view of the ocean at Beach Chalet.   More Info On Golden Gate Park Here

Golden Gate Park

200 acres bigger than Central Park, there's no shortage of things to do at Golden Gate Park. Visit the de Young Museum, California Academy of Sciences, or the Conservatory of Flowers. Relax at Stow Lake and Hippie Hill. Grab a drink with a view of the ocean at Beach Chalet.

More Info On Golden Gate Park Here

AT&T Park   Unfortunately, the Giants are out of town the weekend of our wedding (however, if you're here on Monday-Wednesday, you can catch a game). But you can still walk by and enjoy the waterfront at AT&T Park, home of the 2010, 2012, and 2014 World Series champion San Francisco Giants!    More Info on AT&T Park Here

AT&T Park

Unfortunately, the Giants are out of town the weekend of our wedding (however, if you're here on Monday-Wednesday, you can catch a game). But you can still walk by and enjoy the waterfront at AT&T Park, home of the 2010, 2012, and 2014 World Series champion San Francisco Giants! 

More Info on AT&T Park Here

 
 

when you're done with all of those,

here's a few more must see stops in San Francisco