The world's first cable car rests here and with it a concise explanation of how those little cable cars go halfway to the ... More
Cable Car Museum
The world's first cable car rests here and with it a concise explanation of how those little cable cars go halfway to the stars. In an underground viewing area, visitors can look at the system's enormous cable wheels, which pull 11 miles (18 kilometers) of cable at 9.5 miles (15 kilometers) per hour. The cable cars move by clamping onto it. Examine closely the steel cables, gears, and pulleys that bring this city's most famous transportation to life. Don't miss the gift shop, where you can purchase your very own length of used cable.
Located on Union Square in the heart of San Francisco, near world premier shopping, Chinatown, and the Theater District, the
Grand Hyatt San Francisco gives you easy access to cable cars to Fisherman's Wharf and Ghirardelli Square.Amenities include a ...
This national park and tribute to maritime history consists of the Hyde Street Pier, the National Maritime Museum, and the
Maritime Museum Library. The pier, located on the western end of Fisherman's Wharf, features a fleet of historic vessels ...
A treasure trove of archival material covering all aspects of the performing arts in San Francisco , from the Gold
Rush to the present is what you can expect to find here. The collection at Museum of Performance & ...