3 Things to do in SF for Father’s Day
Father’s Day in San Francisco
So you’ve settled on a Father’s Day weekend trip to San Francisco—but what are you going to do here?! Besides the standard museum visits (SF MoMA, DeYoung, Asian Art Museum, and more) and trips to Alcatraz or Angel Island, you should know that the city loves Dads and makes it known in some big and little ways.
Top 3 Things to do for Father’s Day
- Pier 39: Dads Eat, Play, and Shop for free! On June 16, the Friday prior to Father’s Day, more than two dozen businesses at the iconic Pier 39 have coupons for FREE & discounted offers. This includes, but isn’t limited to: 1 Free Adult Admission for Dad at Magowan’s Infinite Mirror Maze, 1 Free Adult Admission at Aquarium of the Bay, 1 Free Adult Bay Cruise for Dad by Blue & Gold Fleet, 1 Free Cup of Clam Chowder for Dad at Eagle Café, and 20% of at the Candy Baron for Dad!
- Hornblower Cruises & Events: On June 18, the family friendly Father’s Day Beer Brunch Cruise takes off from Pier 3! Enjoy the two-hour yacht cruise with gorgeous views of the bay, free-flowing beer, wine, and bottomless mimosas, live entertainment, a souvenir pint glass and photo, and more.
- SF Zoo: Besides Sunday June 18 being Father’s Day, it’s also World Giraffe Day! Dads get free admission into the zoo and the whole family can see Floyd the giraffe dad along with everything else the zoo has to offer.