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Put PIER 39 on your list of your things to do in San Francisco, with sea lions, waterfront seafood restaurants, top shopping, attractions and bay views.
Pier 39 is a shopping center and popular tourist attraction built on a pier in San Francisco, California. At Pier 39, there are shops, restaurants, a video arcade, street performances, the Aquarium of the Bay, virtual 3D rides,. Many sea lions have chosen to dock here and make it their home.
Pier 39 or Fishermans Warf - come out for a walk, food and fun activities.
Fisherman's Wharf, Boudin (local clam chowder restaurant and factory), sea lion docks, street performers, and many small shops! This is a tourist favorite for anyone traveling to the Bay Area.
Fun here! See seals, ride Merry-go-Round, eat something delicious, browse the shops, take lots of pictures.
It's very lively plenty of shopping and dining and seal watching. Many attractions are very near this destination.
This is one of the popular landmark. Pier 39 is a shopping center and popular tourist attraction built on a pier in San Francisco, California. At Pier 39, there are shops, restaurants, a video arcade, street performances, the Aquarium of the Bay, virtual 3D rides, and views of California sea lions…
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