Go Solo: 10 Things To Do Alone In San Francisco, United States
San Francisco is considered to be one of the most beautiful and delighted cities in the world. It’s up to you how you design your traveling schedule, whether you want to go with your friends or go solo.
The city is very overwhelming and friendly for solo travelers. So, to help you out, we’ve created the best, locals-approved best things to do around San Francisco list which you can follow and enjoy alone here!
- Visit a museum.
Museums were always meant for solo travelers as it allows you to explore and reflect yourself. It’s not necessary that you take a deep interest in each piece of artwork, the idea of visiting this place is to allow you to keep pace with another person. In San Francisco, you will find some of the best museums like SEMOMA, Fine arts museums and Asian art museum where you can actually get 2-for-1-day admission to the Legion of Honor in Lincoln Park and de Young in Golden gate park.Art Museums in San Francisco, California:# Legion of Honor.
# Asian Art Museum of San Francisco.
# San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA).
# Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture.
# San Francisco Art Institute | SFA.
- Eat your way through the Ferry Building.
The ferry building is one of the stunning pieces of San Francisco’s architecture, however, the most amazing thing about this building is the delicious artisan food that they serve. Try chocolates from Dandelion, a burger from Gott’s Roadside, Cocktails at Slanted Door, Oysters at Hog Island Oyster company and a chilled beer from Fort POint beer company. Go home with the tummy full of these delicious things and take a peaceful nap.
- Go to a roller disco at the Church of 8 Wheels.
How about going on a roller skating in a church? Yes, you heard correct. You can just go to the iconic house at Alamo Square which is an old church with a giant disco ball. Solo travelers can comfortably spend a night at the church of 8 wheels which is a good residential neighborhood. If you’re 18, then you can attend the most awaited event every Friday & Saturday 8 pm which allows the adults-only fun things to do in San Francisco.
- Try pizza from the only American to ever win the World Pizza Cup.
Who loves pizza? Being a pizza lover you can’t skip the Tony’s Pizza Napoletana place, as it is one of the best places to eat pizza in Washington Square Park in San Francisco’s Little Italy. We believe pizza is the most ideal way to refuel your energy. But, in case you are not able to eat the entire pizza alone, then you can skip the line and head next door to Tony’s Coal-Fired Pizza & Slice House. They are serving the pizza slices also. In case the weather is nice, you can take your slice to the parklette outside also. It’s a mini park that can fit 1-3 parking spaces on the street – a unique parking solution in San Francisco. The man behind the delicious pizza is internationally recognized as the only American pizza maker who won World Pizza cup Champion in Naples, Unbelievable!
- Explore Chinatown.
Another Chinatown again? There are so many Chinatowns available in the world, however, the largest Chinatown outside of Asia is situated in San Francisco which is another good reason for you to check out. By passing through picturesque streets, you’ll surely feel like you’re suddenly shifted somewhere in mainland China. If you’re fond of attending festivities, then it’s the right place for you. You can come here during the Chinese new year, Dragon Boat festivals and Autumn Moon to attend the festivals. Additionally, you can have some souvenir shops and taste some mouthwatering Asian food.
- Walk Over the Golden Gate Bridge.
Who doesn’t know the world famous Golden gate bridge? The Golden Gate Bridge manages to impress so many travelers from the world with its super stunning 1.7-mile span. The most attractive thing about the bridge is approximately 1,20,000 automobiles drive across it daily. Don’t worry if you don’t have a car, you can enjoy the walkway on the bridge. Take your coolest photographs on the bridge and bring the most beautiful memories with you as the bridge is said to be the most photographed things on this planet.
- Explore the city for Light Art.
Light art is not so familiar, but San Francisco is going forward to bring a change in Light art. Light art is a unique art form which makes fine art by exploiting colors, shadows, and light. San Francisco is proudly represented by more than 1.8 miles of LED lights that span the Bay bridge between Treasure Island and San Francisco. It has one of the most extensive collections of permanent light art in the country by the Bay lights aside. Light art which is in the center of a tech town makes a completely new sense in this innovation and technology advanced country.
- Take a photo with famous celebrities wax figures.
Traveling along and worrying about taking selfies with? Don’t worry. We’ve taken care of you. Visit the Madam Tussaud in San Francisco and take a lot of photos with life-sized was statues of different renowned celebrities. Hit an athletic pose with Serena Williams or you can hang out with Mark Zuckerberg. If you love music icons, then there is a special area in the museum called Music Zone where you can get the chance to take your pics with Lady Gaga, Elton John and Michael Jackson. How beautiful it will be to surround by the world’s most renowned celebrities, we’re sure you won’t feel alone anymore. Opened on June 26, 2014 and became the 17th Madame Tussauds museum to open worldwide.
- Hunt down street art.
The mission is the perfect place for you if you want to admire the city’s best street art. Take a burrito in one hand and check out Clarion Alley’s consistently changing, socially charged and periodically politically wall paintings. SF Mural arts will also be the place where you can murals by neighborhood. Taking pictures of all this wall painting will definitely thank you in advance for posting such a beautiful.
- Experience a bit of Japan.
So now you have checked Chinatown and if you want to get more dose of Asian culture then go to Japantown which is also known as Nihonmachi and Little Osaka. After an earthquake in 1906, this Japanese community in San Francisco was framed. If you love spa and wants to relax then go to Kabuki Hot Spring which provides a traditional Japanese onsen and spa. Also, go for some Japanese shopping by Kinokuniya Stationery and Kinokuniya Bookstore.
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