"Fisherman's Wharf" is a symbol of San Francisco. It was the port where fishermen used to go fishing in the sea. Later, after slowly losing the effect of the dock, it gradually became a unique place for leisure activities and the culture. Here is the reason to come to San Francisco. Fisherman's Wharf was originally a fishing port where Italian fishermen gathered. In the 1960s, it became a tourist attraction due to the reduction in catch. There are many special shopping shops here, and there are many performers on the street. On the dock full of fishing boats, there is a three-masted sailing ship called Balclutha, which was in Scotland, built in 1883. It has been converted into a floating museum and can be visited. You can also take a sunbath on the lawn next to the road, as a leisure activity. Post: If you are driving, you can freely pick up the brochure "Free parking for 2 hours" in the parking building opposite the number 39. This color page can be used for free at the Visitor Center on the 2nd floor of Fisherman's Wharf. Parking ticket.