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Partners in Preservation-San Francisco
Santa Anita Park is one of Partners in Preservation-San Francisco.

1. Santa Anita Park

8.5
285 W Huntington Dr, Arcadia, CA
Circuit automobile · 69 conseils et avis

Saving PlacesSaving Places: During World War II, Santa Anita Racetrack served as the largest assembly center for Japanese Americans being relocated to internment camps.

The Outdoor Art Club is one of Partners in Preservation-San Francisco.

2. The Outdoor Art Club

1 W Blithedale Ave (at Throckmorton Ave), Mill Valley, CA
Centre social · Downtown Mill Valley · 2 conseils et avis

Saving PlacesSaving Places: The Outdoor Art Club was founded over a century ago by 35 community-minded women to preserve Mill Valley’s natural setting and nurture its civic culture.

Cleveland Cascade is one of Partners in Preservation-San Francisco.

3. Cleveland Cascade

8.2
395 Merritt Ave, Oakland, CA
Site historique · Cleveland Heights · 18 conseils et avis

Saving PlacesSaving Places: In 1923, the Park’s main attraction was an elaborate cascading fountain with colored lights. The fountain, filled in since the 1950s, was rediscovered by the Oakland community in 2004.

Richmond Municipal Natatorium (The Plunge) is one of Partners in Preservation-San Francisco.

4. Richmond Municipal Natatorium (The Plunge)

7.8
1 E Richmond Ave (at S Garrard Blvd), Point Richmond, CA
Piscine · Point Richmond · 4 conseils et avis

Saving PlacesSaving Places: Locally known as “The Plunge”, this 1925 structure houses one of the largest salt water pools in the world.

Angel Island Immigration Station is one of Partners in Preservation-San Francisco.

5. Angel Island Immigration Station

6.2
Angel Island Immigration Station, Angel Island, CA
Site historique · 4 conseils et avis

Saving PlacesSaving Places: From 1910 through 1940, Angel Island - the “Ellis Island of the West” - was the West Coast entry point for over one million immigrants from the Pacific Rim.

Bayview Opera House Ruth Williams Memorial Theatre is one of Partners in Preservation-San Francisco.

6. Bayview Opera House Ruth Williams Memorial Theatre

7.3
4705 3rd St (at Newcomb Ave), San Francisco, CA
Théâtre · Bayview · 1 conseil

Saving PlacesSaving Places: Built in 1888 as part of a Masonic Temple, this San Francisco landmark is the city’s first and oldest opera house.

San Francisco LGBT Community Center is one of Partners in Preservation-San Francisco.

7. San Francisco LGBT Community Center

8.5
1800 Market St (at Octavia St), San Francisco, CA
Salle des fêtes · Mint Hill · 5 conseils et avis

Saving PlacesSaving Places: Built in 1894, the Queen Anne-style Fallon Building survived the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and marks the furthest edge of the Great Fire’s devastation on Market Street.

Haas-Lilienthal House is one of Partners in Preservation-San Francisco.

8. Haas-Lilienthal House

7.9
2007 Franklin St (btwn Jackson & Washington St), San Francisco, CA
Site historique · Pacific Heights · 7 conseils et avis

Saving PlacesSaving Places: Built in 1886, this impressive Queen Anne-style building is the only intact private home of the period that is regularly open as a museum with authentic furniture and artifacts.

Murphy Windmill is one of Partners in Preservation-San Francisco.

9. Murphy Windmill

7.5
Martin Luther King Jr Dr, San Francisco, CA
Moulin à vent · Golden Gate Park · 8 conseils et avis

Saving PlacesSaving Places: Built in 1905 as a companion to the Park’s 1902 Dutch Windmill, the Murphy (South) Windmill helped power the irrigation system that transformed sand dunes into what we now know as Golden Gate Park.

The Tenderloin is one of Partners in Preservation-San Francisco.

10. The Tenderloin

San Francisco, CA
Quartier · 42 conseils et avis
Spreckels Temple of Music is one of Partners in Preservation-San Francisco.

11. Spreckels Temple of Music

7.6
50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Dr (Golden Gate Park), San Francisco, CA
Salle de concert · Golden Gate Park · 5 conseils et avis

Saving PlacesSaving Places: Located in Golden Gate Park’s Music Concourse and built in 1900, this beloved band shell has two colonnades of impressive ionic colums.

First Church of Christ, Scientist, Berkeley is one of Partners in Preservation-San Francisco.

12. First Church of Christ, Scientist, Berkeley

2619 Dwight Way (at Bowditch St), Berkeley, CA
Église · Southside · 1 conseil

Saving PlacesSaving Places: The church was designed in 1910 by architect Bernard Maybeck (1862-1957). The American Institute of Architecture named it one of the three finest uniquely American churches in the United States.

Pigeon Point Light Station is one of Partners in Preservation-San Francisco.

13. Pigeon Point Light Station

9.2
210 Pigeon Point Rd (at Highway 1), Pescadero, CA
Parc national / régional · 32 conseils et avis

Saving PlacesSaving Places: Thought to be the oldest lighthouse remaining on the West Coast and one of the tallest lighthouses in America, Pigeon Point boasts a renowned Fresnel lens comprised of over 1,000 prisms.

New Alamaden Quicksilver Mining Museum is one of Partners in Preservation-San Francisco.

14. New Alamaden Quicksilver Mining Museum

21350 Almaden Rd, New Almaden, CA
Site historique · Almaden · 1 conseil

Saving PlacesSaving Places: Casa Grande, a 1855 Federal Revival-style brick building, maintains a mining museum that tells the story of the New Alameda Quicksilver Mine District.

St. Peter's Chapel, Mare Island is one of Partners in Preservation-San Francisco.

15. St. Peter's Chapel, Mare Island

1181 Walnut Ave (btwn Bagley St & 10th St), Vallejo, CA
Église · Mare Island · 1 conseil

Saving PlacesSaving Places: Completed in 1901 to provide a non-denominational house of worship for the Mare Island Naval Shipyard community, Saint Peter’s is the oldest naval chapel west of the Mississippi.

San Mateo County History Museum is one of Partners in Preservation-San Francisco.

16. San Mateo County History Museum

7.0
2200 Broadway St (btw Middlefield Rd & Hamilton St), Redwood City, CA
Musée d'histoire · 7 conseils et avis

Saving PlacesSaving Places: The stained glass dome of this 1910 Renaissance Revival-style Courthouse, once the largest on a public building on the West Coast, dominates the Redwood City skyline.

Rosie the Riveter/WWII Home Front National Historical Park is one of Partners in Preservation-San Francisco.

17. Rosie the Riveter/WWII Home Front National Historical Park

8.4
1414 Harbour Way S Ste 3000 (Regatta Blvd), Richmond, CA
Parc naturel · Marina Bay · 8 conseils et avis

Saving PlacesSaving Places: Built during World War II as a nursery school for the children of Kaiser Shipyard’s female employees, the Maritime Child Care Center was the first publicly funded childcare center in the US.

Fox Theater is one of Partners in Preservation-San Francisco.

18. Fox Theater

9.3
1807 Telegraph Ave (btwn 18th & 19th St), Oakland, CA
Salle de concert · Uptown · 144 conseils et avis

Saving PlacesSaving Places: When the Fox opened in 1928, one of its biggest draws was the theater itself, an opulent mix of terra cotta tiles, dizzyingly detailed paintings and golden deities, reminiscent of a Brahmin Temple.

Japanese YWCA Building / Nihonmachi Little Friends is one of Partners in Preservation-San Francisco.

19. Japanese YWCA Building / Nihonmachi Little Friends

1700 Sutter St (btwn Webster & Buchanan St), San Francisco, CA
Crèche · Japantown · 1 conseil

Saving PlacesSaving Places: Celebrated architect Julia Morgan designed this homage to Japanese architecture – the only documented pre-war community building built by and for Japanese-American women – in 1932.

Roxie Cinema is one of Partners in Preservation-San Francisco.

20. Roxie Cinema

8.8
3117 16th St (at Valencia St), San Francisco, CA
Cinéma indépendant · Mission Dolores · 36 conseils et avis

Saving PlacesSaving Places: Built soon after the 1906 earthquake, the Roxie is San Francisco’s oldest operating movie theater and one of a handful of surviving single-screen cinemas in the city.

MUNI F Street Car Line is one of Partners in Preservation-San Francisco.

21. MUNI F Street Car Line

Market Street, San Francisco, CA
Ligne de bus · SoMa · 45 conseils et avis

Saving PlacesSaving Places: Streetcar #798 on the F Train is the lone survivor of the 250 streetcars built in the city between 1923 and 1931.

Hakone Estate & Gardens is one of Partners in Preservation-San Francisco.

22. Hakone Estate & Gardens

8.4
21000 Big Basin Way, Saratoga, CA
Jardin · 17 conseils et avis

Saving PlacesSaving Places: Hakone was designed and built in 1915 in strict accordance with traditional Japanese principles. Nearly all of Hakone’s historic buildings, wisteria pavilions, lanterns, bridges and gates are original

Richardson Bay Audubon Center & Sanctuary is one of Partners in Preservation-San Francisco.

23. Richardson Bay Audubon Center & Sanctuary

376 Greenwood Beach Rd, Tiburon, CA
Parc · 3 conseils et avis

Saving PlacesSaving Places: Lyford House, which overlooks Richardson Bay, serves as a museum to the work of artist John James Audubon, while the surrounding land and bay serves as a wildlife sanctuary.

Tilden Regional Park is one of Partners in Preservation-San Francisco.

24. Tilden Regional Park

9.6
Canon Dr (at Central Park Drive), Kensington, CA
Chemin · 35 conseils et avis

Saving PlacesSaving Places: Each year 150,000 visitors enjoy this 1911 Herschell-Spillman “Menagerie Edition” carousel, one of two originals still operating.

25. Tomales Town Hall

27150 Maine St (at 2nd St), Tomales, CA
Site historique · 1 conseil

Saving PlacesSaving Places: One of the oldest continuously used public halls in California, Tomales Town Hall played a significant and active role in Tomales’ past – and is a mainstay of the rural West Marin village today.