Walking around the Sutro Baths at Lands End is one of the nicest things to do in the city. I love the history here: Although there are only ruins left, it used to be a beautiful public saltwater-pool facility. From the baths you can roam the paths of Lands End, a breathtaking stretch of coast on the Pacific Ocean side of the Golden Gate Bridge. Wear layers—the weather out here can easily change from cold fog and drizzle to sunshine—or vice versa!
If you're into beautiful coast views, abandoned places, or graffiti art, Sutro Baths is your spot. At the turn of the century, a millionaire built a large public bath filled by the Pacific Ocean water. At its height, a glass pavilion protected the baths and thousands came to enjoy it. Then the Great…
A former bathhouse that burned down, Sutro Baths is a must for sight-seeing. Travelers can still see remnants of the former bathhouse and it is extremely cool to walk on the skeleton of it. There are a couple easy trails near Sutro Baths that lead to killer views of the Golden Gate Bridge!
A wonderful place to explore for children and adults. Don't miss the visitor's center.
A magical place to take a stroll, check out the sutra baths, and take iconic pictures with the golden gate bridge in the background. Stop by for a drink a meal at the Cliff House nearby!
For decades, the Sutro Baths were an iconic part of San Francisco and defined the grand vision that prominent San Franciscans had for their burgeoning city. If you're planning a visit to San Francisco's Richmond District, it's worth visiting the ruins of the Sutro Baths, both for their breathtaking…