World-class museums, well-known eateries, and funky venues await every corner of the San Francisco Arts District. Walk to events at the Moscone Center, or spend the day at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art—all just down 3rd Street from Park Central San Francisco, a Hyatt affiliated hotel.
Focused on sustainable, locally-sourced seafood, this picturesque spot lets diners enjoy stellar views of San Francisco Bay and their own floor-to-ceiling aquariums while sampling mussels, lobster rolls, seared sea scallops, and more. They’re known locally for their lunch special on oysters.
San Francisco’s most famous landmark is a marvel of modern engineering. The 1.7-mile bridge is open to hikers and cyclists, and a Welcome Center features historical exhibits and artifacts related to the bridge’s construction.
One of the largest museums of contemporary art in the world is just steps from your room. Tour seven gallery floors and browse a collection of more than 30,000 modern and contemporary sculptures, paintings, and photographs.
Once a federal penitentiary, this 22-acre island is now a National Historic Landmark that draws 1.7 million visitors annually. Reach it by ferry to walk through old cells and see the oldest operating lighthouse in the country.
Take a wine tour (or even a train) to visit a few of the 400+ wineries that dot the rolling hills of this famed wine region. Outside of the tasting rooms, hikes, spas, and hot air balloon rides are also popular.
Sprawling farther than Napa Valley, this renowned stretch of Wine Country is home to some of California’s oldest wineries, as well as the historic Sonoma Plaza in the City of Sonoma.
Catch a pro basketball game, a concert, or a comedy show at this 18,000+ seat arena in the Mission Bay neighborhood.
Held in Golden Gate Park, this annual free concert features the San Francisco Opera’s headline performers delivering well-known arias and duets, while around 20,000 listeners relax nearby on picnic blankets.