You will find several fun things to do on Fathers Day in San Francisco this year. Some highlights include wine tasting in Napa, baseball games, and an SF Bay Cruise with your entire family.
Other highlights include Biscuits & Blues, free walking tours, and Beach Blanket Babylon performances.
This year, Father's Day falls on Sunday, June 17, 2018. Here are several events planned for this Father's Day in SF.
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On Father's Day, spend the afternoon or the evening at the theater seeing The Humans. This award winning show tells the story of what happens to a family over Thanksgiving Dinner. It's a fun, yet at times heartbreaking show that won the 2016 Tony Award® for Best Play. The Father's Day performances are at 2pm and 7:30pm.
Full Schedule: All SF Theater Performances this Month
Head over the bay to catch an Oakland A's baseball game. They take on the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim at 1:05pm at the Oakland Coliseum. This series runs from Friday, June 15 - Sunday, June 17. It's a great way to spoil yourself and your dad on Fathers Day in San Francisco.
Spend the day soaking in the sun at this year's North Beach Festival. This annual event is one of our largest street fairs and a fun way to spend Fathers Day in San Francisco. It includes live music, gourmet food, a variety of drinks, arts & crafts, and so much more. Admission is free. The Sunday event runs from 10am to 6pm.
You can also spend Father's Day in San Francisco exploring! Head out on the City Sightseeing Hop On Hop Off Bus to see our top attractions. The bus will take you around SF and you can hop off and then back on again at any stop along the way.
Top stops include the Golden Gate Bridge, Fisherman's Wharf, and Lombard Street. Other popular stops include Alamo Square, Golden Gate Park and the Haight Ashbury District. You can cruise around all day as you learn more about SF, our history, and our amazing sights.
Head over to Biscuits and Blues on Father's Day in San Francisco for some great music and down home grub. On Sunday night, listen live music while you enjoy some fried chicken and other yummy comfort food options. Jules Leyhe will take the stage at 9pm.
Take your dad for a sunset cruise around the bay! This two-hour cruise offers beautiful sunset views, a light appetizer buffet and live guitar music. Along the way, you will see the amazing SF skyline that includes both the Transamerica Building and Coit Tower. You will also pas under the Golden Gate Bridge and see great views of Tiburon, Alcatraz and Sausalito.
Another fun thing to do on Fathers Day in San Francisco is head over to North Beach for the Beach Blanket Babylon show. This musical satire pokes fun at current pop culture and events. It's updated weekly, so the performance is always fresh and relevant. There are two performances every Sunday. The afternoon show is family friendly and the evening performance is only for those 21+.
Learn More: Beach Blanket Babylon FAQ and Ticket Info
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Head out on the water this Father's Day on this 90-minute sailing cruise. You will cruise around the SF Bay on The Privateer as you enjoy seeing some of SF's top attractions. Cruise past the Palace of Fine Arts, under the Golden Gate Bridge, and around Alcatraz Island.
Your ticket includes two drinks (beer, wine, or soda). This cruise runs on Sunday (and Saturday) at 12:15pm, 1:45pm, and 4:15pm.
Tickets: Available for all cruises on Viator
Does you dad love to sample new wine? If so, then check out all the great places you can introduce him to this Fathers Day in San Francisco. They range from wineries within San Francisco to some of the best wine bars.
You will find options all around town including on Pier 39, a cruise around the bay, and on Treasure Island. Many offer a large selection of top local wines as well as those from nearby regions such as Napa, Sonoma and Livermore Valley.
Learn More: Six Activities for Wine Lovers in SF
Every Sunday, the SF Public Library offers several free walking tours around the city. They range from historic walks through the Haight Asbury district to Alfred Hitchcock's San Francisco. Other tours offered on Sunday include North Beach at Night and a guided walk on the Golden Gate Bridge. Each tour lasts around two hours.
More Details: Full Schedule Every Sunday
Your father might also enjoy visiting some of the top military attractions in San Francisco. Many people don't realize that the city was a prime location for the military for more than a hundred years. Military attractions in SF include two World War II vessels that are now floating museums and the SF Presidio.
Learn More: Top Military Attractions in SF
If your dad loves to go wine tasting, then a day trip to either Napa or Sonoma is a great way to celebrate his special day. Both of these wine regions are only about an hour north of San Francisco.
It's easy to get up and back in one day and taking a tour allows everyone in your group to enjoy both the wine and sights along the way.
Learn More: Napa & Sonoma Tours from SF
Bring your dad to a comedy show this Father's Day. Starting at 8pm, local and other up-and-coming comedians perform at the Punch Line Comedy Club in SF's North Beach District. Each week is different and you never know who you will see!
If you plan to visit San Francisco with kids, then check out this list of fun activities for the entire family. In this list, you will find interactive things to do such as the 7D Experience, visiting the Exploratorium, and heading out on a bay cruise.
Learn More: Best Activities with Kids in SF
Are you visiting SF, but want to keep your budget in check? If so, then you will be happy to know that there are several fun things to do that will not cost you a thing. These activities range from free walking tours to visiting the Golden Gate Bridge.
Learn More: Discover 50 Free Things to Do in SF
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