1. Madam Tussaud’s San Francisco

Have you ever wanted a picture with a celebrity? At Madam Tussauds, you can take pictures with celebrities from the past and present! The incredibly made wax figures will fool you into thinking you are really taking a picture with a world famous star. You’ll have the opportunity to get up close and personal with celebrities, taking fun pictures, and sharing laughs with friends and family. It is sure to be a great way to spend a day at the Wharf!

2. Boudin Bakery

Sourdough bread has been a staple of San Francisco since the Gold Rush era. Now a days, the best sourdough is from Boudin’s Bakery on Fisherman’s Wharf. The bakery sells fresh loaves everyday in all sorts of shops and sizes. Boudin’s is known as “The Original San Francisco Sourdough”, with a history that goes back to the 1800s. In fact, they are San Francisco’s oldest continuously operating business!

3. The Museum of 3D Illusions

The Museum of 3D Illusions made Fisherman’s Wharf home in 2019. In a short time, we have become a major attraction on the Wharf. Tourists and locals, friends and family, people of all ages visit us and create unforgettable memories. At our museum, you will experience fun photo opportunities with mind blowing 3D murals. It is an interactive museum that is sure to get the most Instagramable photos.

4. Musee Mechanique

Have you ever wanted to play old school arcade games? You can at Musee Mechanique on Fisherman’s Wharf. This is the oldest and largest collection of mechanically operated musical instruments and arcade games. Bring some spare change and play games! It is sure to be a fun trip down memory lane and an interesting adventure for the kids of this generation.

5. SS Jeremiah O’Brian and USS Pampanito

These are two World War II icons docked at Fisherman’s Wharf. SS Jeremiah O’Brian is one of 2,710 built, but it is of only two fully-functioning ships left. You can have guided tours of this historical ship. USS Pampanito is a submarine from World War II, it is known to have sank six Japanese ships. It is open for tours seven days of the week. This is an experience that is historically rich and surreal.