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Convenient to the Met, which does not allow luggage at coat check.
Very easy check in and check out process, with lovely people at the front!
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Drop off items
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Enjoy the city
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Fisherman’s Wharf runs from Van Ness Avenue to Pier 35 east to west, and encompasses the area north of Bay Street. The area used to be home to Meiggs’ Wharf, an L-shaped pier primarily serviced by Italian and Chinese immigrant fisherman, which crumbled as a result of the 1906 earthquake and fire. Throughout the past several decades, Fisherman’s Wharf has been an incredibly popular destination for San Francisco tourism, with much to see and do both on and off the water. Fun fact: Fisherman’s Wharf clocks in about 12 million visitors per year, making it the most-visited neighborhood in San Francisco.
Things to Do in Fisherman’s Wharf
Fisherman’s Wharf is constantly abuzz with attractions and events year round. While there are countless options to choose from the in area—including dozens of memorable experiences to be had at Pier 39—Bounce recommends sticking to the following itinerary for a voyage through Fisherman’s Wharf:
Take in the history of antique music machines and arcade games at Museé Mécaniqué
Enjoy the Fleet Week air show and other naval-related events each October
Watch the city’s world-class Independence Day fireworks display over the water
Transit Options in Fisherman’s Wharf
Muni F-Market streetcar
BART at Embarcadero; transfer to Muni F-Market streetcar
SFMTA cable cars: Powell-Hyde and Powell-Mason lines
SFMTA bus 30 at North Point Street and Columbus Avenue
Luggage Storage in Fisherman’s Wharf
With so much to explore and discover in Fisherman’s Wharf, we guarantee that you’ll want the freedom to experience the neighborhood with your hands and shoulders free from your things. Book short-term storage with Bounce so you can traverse the area as you please.