The Historic Fisherman's Wharf District of San Francisco is home to PIER 39, Ghirardelli Square, Anchorage Square, the National Maritime Museum, Historic Hyde Street Pier, breathtaking views and so much more.
The Fisherman's Wharf CBD is a sponsor of Fleet Week in San Francisco; a fun-filled week where we can give thanks to the men and women who tirelessly serve our nation. The celebration includes a parade of ships along the Bay, an air show featuring the blue angels, ship tours and live entertainment throughout Fisherman's Wharf and San Francisco.
The oldest civic parade in San Francisco comes to the Wharf on Sunday, October 7, 2018. San Francisco’s Italian-American Community celebrates its 149th Italian Heritage Parade, featuring Italian and Italian-American dignitaries, music, performances, floats and representatives of Italian and Italian-American organizations and businesses.
Movies on the Pier is a film series presented by the San Francisco Maritime National Park Association. Films are presented free of charge on a giant screen in The Triangle at Pier 45. Attendees are encouraged to picnic before screenings and are discouraged from bringing chairs. Attendees will also have pier access during the event.
From the old salts to the fresh-faced tourists at Fisherman’s Wharf, paths have converged on the party boats to get in on the best fishing in years on the bay and Marin coast.
This is a Triple Crown: limit fishing for salmon on the Marin coast, limits for striped bass (with bonus halibut) in San Francisco Bay, and limits for rockfish (with bonus lingcod and cabezon) at shallow reefs at Half Moon Bay, Marin, and near the Farallones.
The Cartoon Art Museum’s new exhibition, A Treasury of Animation, showcases original production art following the evolution of animation from the 1920s onward. A Treasury of Animation is an original exhibition of the Cartoon Art Museum and will run from June 30, 2018, to January 8, 2019.
The City is taking its first major step in years toward extending the $1.6 billion Central Subway to Fisherman’s Wharf.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency kicked off public outreach into the extension within the last few weeks, according to newly published public documents, representing the first step toward planning what route an underground tube to Fisherman’s Wharf may take.