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Sutro Baths

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Walking around the Sutro Baths at Lands End is one of the nicest things to do in the city. I love the history here: Although there are only ruins left, it used to be a beautiful public saltwater-pool facility. From the baths you can roam the paths of Lands End, a breathtaking stretch of coast on the Pacific Ocean side of the Golden Gate Bridge. Wear layers—the weather out here can easily change from cold fog and drizzle to sunshine—or vice versa!
Maria
Maria
January 20, 2017
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1004 Point Lobos Ave
San Francisco, CA 94121
Richmond District
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Gustav Alexander
Gustav Alexander
September 22, 2019
For decades, the Sutro Baths were an iconic part of San Francisco and defined the grand vision that prominent San Franciscans had for their burgeoning city. If you're planning a visit to San Francisco's Richmond District, it's worth visiting the ruins of the Sutro Baths, both for their breathtaking…
Hank
Hank
March 25, 2019
A big pool burned down, and the ruins were so pretty, we just left them there.
Lee
Lee
March 17, 2019
Amazing Views of Ocean, cliffs, and sunset. A nice walk and perfect to go at sunset.
Jeanne
Jeanne
February 17, 2019
25 minute drive along the Great Highway. New visitors center, exploring ruins along the coast. Take the Lands End hike trail towards the Golden Gate Bridge. Beautiful scenic views.
Daniel
Daniel
December 27, 2018
Despite being born in the San Francisco Bay Area, it took me until the age of 38 to visit Sutro Baths as an adult. My mom said I was there as a child, but I have no recollection of it. To be honest, my wife and I didn't take the walk down all the way down. We viewed the sunset from the Cliff House…

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