The shout blemish on San Francisco’s horizon is Coit Tower, with 360-degree perspectives on downtown and wraparound the 1930s Works Progress Administration (WPA) wall paintings observing SF laborers. At first, decried as socialist, the wall paintings are presently a national milestone. For a parrot’s-eye all-encompassing perspective on San Francisco 210ft over the city, take the lift to the pinnacle’s outdoors stage. Book your docent-drove, 30-to 40-minute wall painting visit on the web – visit all paintings ($9), or simply the seven as of late reestablished shrouded flight of stairs paintings ($6).

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