We have been San Francisco many times and this was our first time to visit this place. My daughter who has been in UC Berkeley for three years took us there. It was a good tour to see it and the park near by is...More
About Sutro Baths
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The Sutro Baths were built in 1896 by the then mayor of San Francisco, Adolph Sutro, originally as a facility for those San Franciscans that had no indoor plumbing. In the 20th Century they were converted into a massive swimming facility that could accommodate crowds...More
Beautiful location right on the west coast watching the Pacific Ocean crash on the beach. We went here to have our engagement pictures and it was so beautiful especially during sunset. There were a ton of other photographers who had the same idea for their...More
Enjoy the views. We parked further down the road and walked up to the Cliff House as well. Go into the store, they have artifacts from the Baths in there. Restrooms and a cafe are there as well.
We took an Uber here from our hotel, relatively cheap and easy. Our kids loved it. It was easy to take in. We started at the Lands End gift shop/coffee shop/Nat. Park info place at the top of the hill over looking Lands End. It...More
Land' End on San Francisco off the Great Highway, next to the legendary Cliff house sits this marvelous skeleton of baths used from the late 1800's -early 1900's by folks wanting a swim in pools constructed & designed to please! Do walk among the ruins;...More