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Wotif we told you that one of San Francisco’s most popular attractions is a wharf? But not just any wharf! Fisherman’s Wharf is more than a place to watch ships dock. It’s the home of live music, seafood restaurants, specialty stores, an interactive movie experience, a wax museum... let’s just say you won’t run out of things to do here. Book your Fisherman’s Wharf hotel with us for the most action-packed wharf you’re likely to visit.


The original Meigg’s Wharf was once the main point of entry into San Francisco. It was also the centre of activity for immigrant fishermen from China and Italy. The earthquake and fire of 1906 destroyed this wharf, and Fisherman’s Wharf was rebuilt in the same spot. Over the decades, it was developed with tourists in mind. James Bond himself took a walk down the wharf in the 1985 movie A View to Kill.

Things to do

With views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Angel Island and Alcatraz, there’s always something happening on the wooden planks of Pier 39. At the 7D Experience, the latest 3D technology allows you to battle zombies, sharks and robots. Aquarium of the Bay will have you walking through two underwater crystal tunnels, greeting thousands of sea creatures. There’s a mirror maze, a set of musical stairs and sea lions that nap in large clusters on K-Dock. Drop into Madam Tussaud’s Wax Museum to meet your favourite celebrities in wax form. On top of the street performers you can catch daily, there’s live roots, jazz and world music day and night at the Pier 39 Entrance Plaza.

Shopping and dining

As well as art galleries, clothing boutiques and specialty shops for essentials like chocolate, Fisherman’s Wharf has shopping centres NorthPoint and Anchorage.

Seafood is a specialty at Fisherman’s Wharf, particularly the Dungeness crab, which you can buy at one of the outdoor stands. You can also find hot dogs, crunch potato snacks, traditional All-American dining and international food. Want dinner with Golden Gate Bridge views or lunch in a tropical rainforest complete with waterfalls? You can have both at Fisherman’s Wharf.

Getting here

Select one of our cheap flights to San Francisco and take a BART train or a taxi from San Francisco Airport. Once you get to Fisherman’s Wharf, all the main sights are in walking distance. Wot could be easier? Book your Fisherman’s Wharf accommodation with us for a hotel that’s a real catch.

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