A food lover’s haven, Fisherman’s Wharf boasts some of the best dining in the world. Fresh Dungeness crab are served steaming hot at outdoor stands. Other smells drift from a variety of gourmet recipes at the Wharf’s many seafood restaurants.
The Hyde Street Pier at 2905 Hyde Street, is a historic ferry pier located on the northern waterfront of San Francisco. The pier is part of the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park. Various historical ships are anchored to the pier,
One of two surviving Liberty ships preserved in the United States, Jeremiah O’Brien is the last un-altered Liberty. The ship is a product of an emergency shipbuilding program of World War II that resulted in the construction of more than 2,700 Liberty ships.
USS Pampanito, a Balao-class submarine, was a United States Navy ship, the only one named for the pompano fish. She completed six war patrols from 1944 to 1945 and served as a Naval Reserve Training ship from 1960 to 1971.
The State Belt Railroad of California was a shortline that served San Francisco’s waterfront until the 1980’s. It’s tracks extended the length of the Embarcadero from south of Market Street to Fort Mason and the Presidio. This is part of the tracks located on Pier 43.