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Tuesday in San Francisco is full of surprises. On the first week of the month, you can visit a number of SF's top museums admission free. You can also journey out on a free walking tour to learn more about this city's history.
Other fun things to do include sampling goodies at the Farmer's Market at the Ferry Building and catching a show at one of SF's theaters.
Tuesday nights are also fun in San Francisco. You can head to the theater, see a concert, or laugh all night long at one of our highly-rated comedy clubs. I've also included recommendations for some of my favorite bars and happy hour spots.
Every Tuesday, you will find an amazing Farmer's Markets at the Ferry Building along the Embarcadero. It features dozens of local producers offering up their goodies from fresh fruits and veggies to homemade sauces and jams. If you love to try new foods, then you will definitely want to check this out.
It's from 10am to 2pm outside the Ferry Building at the end of Market Street.
If you want to learn more about the history of San Francisco, then check out these free walking tours provided by the public library. Every Tuesday in San Francisco, you can learn more about North Beach, Pacific Heights and the Castro.
SF hosts almost 50 film festivals each year. You will find large festivals such as the International Film Festival in April. You will also find several smaller ones such as the Greek Film Festival, the Doc Fest and the Dance Film Festival.
These festivals run from a few days to up to more than two weeks. They often showcase their films on Tuesday afternoon and evening.
If you want to get to know the city at your own pace, then check out my self-guided tours. These free trips take you through the best parts of the top districts.
On Tuesday in San Francisco, you will find most attractions open. It is also quieter and calmer, so it is the perfect day to check out these self-guided tours.
The first Tuesday of every month is when you can visit several SF museums at no charge! These include the Contemporary Jewish Museum, the Conservatory of Flowers, the de Young and the Legion of Honor. You can also visit both the Museum of Craft and Design and the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts exhibits admission free.
Even locals love heading out on the bay on one of our popular cruises. You can sit back, relax and enjoy the scenery. You will find a variety of cruise options including a standard bay cruise, the Rocketboat (which twists around at top speed as you rock out to loud music) and the wine tasting cruise.
Each one has a unique offering and all are a lot of fun. They are also perfect for your entire family!
Another reason to love these cruises is that you can pick up tickets at up to 50% off on most days. Here are just a few of the best deals.
You will also find so many fun things to on at night on Tuesday in San Francisco too. Here are just a few of my top picks.
The San Francisco Giants baseball team plays at home from April to the end of September. You can catch several Tuesday games. Most of these games start at 7:15pm and a few are in the early afternoons. Here are the upcoming games on Tuesday in San Francisco.
In addition to the SF Giants, San Francisco and the Bay Area are home to several professional and college teams. They include the Oakland A's baseball team, the SF 49ers Football team and the San Jose Sharks.
Another popular activity on Tuesday in San Francisco is the theater. Almost every night of the week, you can catch a performance at one of the larger theaters such as the Golden Gate Theater or the Orpheum Theater. You will also find dozens of smaller shows at theaters in places such as the Cartwright Hotel.
Shows range from large productions such as the Lion King, Mama Mia! and The Book or Mormon to small, lesser known shows written by local, up-and-coming artists.
If you enjoy relaxing with a nice glass of wine or craft beer, then check out these happy hour specials. You will find my recommendations throughout the city. Some offer happy hour specials all day, while some are just for an hour or two each night.
On Tuesday night in San Francisco, you can also head to a show. You will find several live music performances throughout the city. Some of the most popular include Slim's, the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, and the Fillmore.
We also have some great comedy clubs here. Many of them bring in top name acts all year long and I highly recommend checking them out if you are looking for something fun to do!
Here are some shows for the coming Tuesday.
One of the other places that I often look for activities on Tuesday in San Francisco is on Goldstar. On this site, you will find tickets for almost 200 upcoming events and activities.
The best part about looking on Goldstar is that all of their tickets are sold at up to half-off the full retail value. This means you can stretch your dollar and do even more during your visit.
Click here to check out their latest selection. Check back often too as they continually update their list of events.
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