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San Francisco Railway Museum
77 Steuart St (at Don Chee Way)
"Great streetcar museum - worth a visit - photos, maps, models, and even Maya Angelou"
Chinese Historical Society of America
965 Clay St (btwn Powell & Stockton St)
"Nice spot for a museum near Chinatown."
Castro Pride Flag Pole
Castro (at Market)
"This flag was sewn by artist Gilbert Baker to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the flag in 2008. Baker designed the first pride flag in 1978. The original flag included turquoise and pink stripes."
American · $$
500 Castro St (at 18th St)
"Super busy historical brunch spot - and for good reason! Great staff, vibe, Bloody Mary list and vege/vegan options with interchangeable sides. I had tofu scramble, with avocado side and vegan ranch🌱"
Mission Dolores Park
Dolores St (btwn 18th & 20th St)
"On a sunny day, get yourself some champagne or wine (or beverage of choice) and a snack, and just sit here and relax, overlooking the beautiful city skyline."
Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Store
575 Castro St
"Come here and learn about San Francisco LGBT history and Harvey Milk at the site of his camera store. There's a fantastic timeline along the walls."
San Francisco Trip
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A Historic Tour of the Castro
Created by Dale Tegman12 items • 11 followers
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