- TripBuzz discovered 138 different types of activities for couples in the South San Francisco area, including Parks (like Orange Memorial Park), Go Karts (like K1 Speed), Gun Ranges (like Jackson Arms Shooting Range & Gunshop) and Hiking Trails (like Bay Trail), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 635 date ideas in or near South San Francisco, California, including 613 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like San Francisco, Half Moon Bay, Pacifica and Berkeley.
A popular after hours spot, the SF Badlands offers a nightly dance party. And with state-of-the-art equipment, the dance floor is always booming with great sound and fun lighting. Drinks and a lounging area is also available.
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Sloat Boulevard at 45th Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94132 MoreLess Info
Opened 10 to 5 every day of the year, the San Francisco Zoo has a pretty good selection of amphibians, reptiles, mammals, birds and invertebrates. They organize educational programs as well and conservation lectures.
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Castro and Market Sts. is the heart of the Castro, San Francisco, CA 94114 MoreLess Info
Free-spirited, the Castro neighborhood is known for its lively bars and active nightlife. During the day, tourists can take a relaxing walk and visit the local shops, restaurants and coffee shops in the community.
2961 16th Street, San Francisco, CA 94103 MoreLess Info
Recognized for its historic beauty and grand architecture, Victoria Theater is dedicated to the performing arts. A part of the Historic Mission District, this theater offers a variety of on-stage entertainment including concerts, musicals and plays.
A Cinemark theater, the Century Downtown 12 is a movie theater multiplex that shows primarily first-run Hollywood films. The theater features stadium seating, and is located at the center of a variety of restaurants and bars.
Situated beside the San Francisco Bay, Ryder Court Park not only has an excellent bay-side trail, but playground areas, reservable and drop-in picnic tables, a large lawn, restrooms, and an aquatic play area.
Acquired by Army Studios in 2007 with restoration plans underway, the San Francisco National Guard Armory and Arsenal retains its historical splendor. With many of its stone staircases, wainscoting and sweeping corridors still in good shape, the Armory is worth a visit.