California Dreaming
Mission Dolores Park is one of California Dreaming.

1. Mission Dolores Park

9.5
19th & Dolores St (btwn 18th & 20th St), San Francisco, CA
Park · Mission Dolores · 480 tips and reviews

Contemporary Jewish MuseumContemporary Jewish Museum: This picturesque park used to be a Jewish cemetery, owned by Congregation Sherith Israel and Congregation Emanu-El. It became inactive in 1894 when it was moved to San Mateo County.

2. Castro Theatre

9.5
429 Castro St (btwn 18th & Market), San Francisco, CA
Indie Movie Theater · Castro · 113 tips and reviews

Contemporary Jewish MuseumContemporary Jewish Museum: The Castro Theatre is home base to the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival, the first of its kind in the country (started 1988) and the largest of its kind in the world.

Mt. Zion Hospital is one of California Dreaming.

3. Mt. Zion Hospital

1600 Divisadero St (Post Street), San Francisco, CA
Hospital · Lower Pacific Heights · 3 tips and reviews

Contemporary Jewish MuseumContemporary Jewish Museum: The hospital was founded by SF's German-Jewish elite in 1887, but unlike Jewish hospitals in other cities, it was designed to serve the entire community.

Transamerica Pyramid is one of California Dreaming.

4. Transamerica Pyramid

600 Montgomery St (at Washington St.), San Francisco, CA
Building · Financial District · 27 tips and reviews

Contemporary Jewish MuseumContemporary Jewish Museum: In 1849, the very first Rosh Hashana service in San Francisco was held in a storefront near the Pyramid with 30 people. 10 days later for Yom Kippur, the number of attendees had doubled.

Congregation Sherith Israel is one of California Dreaming.

5. Congregation Sherith Israel

2266 California St (Webster), San Francisco, CA
Synagogue · Pacific Heights · 4 tips and reviews

Contemporary Jewish MuseumContemporary Jewish Museum: One of the first two synagogues in SF, it was founded by Eastern European Jews in 1851, and houses a stained glass window featuring Moses carrying the 10 commandments down from Half Dome in Yosemite.

Temple Emanu-El is one of California Dreaming.

6. Temple Emanu-El

2 Lake St (at Arguello Blvd), San Francisco, CA
Synagogue · 4 tips and reviews

Contemporary Jewish MuseumContemporary Jewish Museum: One of the first two synogogues in SF, it was founded by Germanic Jews in 1851, and used to be located in Union Square.