San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park

The San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park treats you to the sounds, sights, and stories of maritime history on the Pacific Coast. The park includes a visitor center, fleet of ships, museum, research center, and aquatic park historic district. The Bay Area in California is a popular tourist spot full of attractions and events, so you will find plenty of fun during your visit. 

Things to Do

Things To Do Near San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park

You will have a fascinating adventure at the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park. Take of tour of their fleet of historic ships and explore the museum. Check out the Maritime Voices series, where you will hear stories about the maritime park told by park rangers. Staying in an RV means you can stay nearby and take your time exploring the area without worrying about check-out times.

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How To Get To San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park

To get to the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park from Interstate 5, exit onto I-505 South. Follow the interstate to Vacaville and take Exit 1A onto I-80. Turn right at Emeryville and continue onto I-80. Take Exit 2C to Folsom Street. Merge onto Fremont Street. Continue onto Front Street, turn right on Kearny Street, and then turn left onto Columbus Avenue. Finally, take a left onto Beech Street, which will take you to the park. 

Address

499 Jefferson Street, San Francisco, CA 94109

Fee: Entry fee (per person) $15

The San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park celebrates the maritime history of the Bay Area. You can explore the collection of ships and the museum and hear stories from the past. You will also find a vast amount of other fun activities in the Bay Area. Traveling by RV means you can comfortably move around the city and see what it has to offer while having a comfortable spot for breaks. Learn about the history the museum is preserving and relish the beauty that the area offers now.