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It is a splendid building. It is another place not to be missed. It has an architectural value, it is very impressive. if the wedding ceremony coincides it will be a fun for you! Please do not miss to see this building.
I checked out SF City Hall with a friend, and thoroughly enjoyed it! This is not something you typically hear about when visiting the city by the bay, but if you've got time in your afternoon, it's certainly worth a stop.
Beautiful building inside and out. Recommend viewing ground and basement floors for interesting period architecture. Ballroom at the North end of building is magnificent. Have been there for some events. Worth a look at this building if you're in the area and it's open. The...More
This imposing structure sits majestically in lower San Fran, not too far from the waterfront. The dome crowns the building and is ornately daubed with gold: real gold. The building sits in an open space and is not crowded or overhung by modern glass towers....More
As we strolled along Van Ness the great dome came into view. Crowning what is a vast, tremendous edifice in the Beaux-Arts style.
The facades are gorgeous, with Atlantes in a supporting role, fine pediment and much statuary.
Inside is equally impressive. Tribute statues are...More
I've been to this City Hall twice and now need to go back at the right time to take the free tour. We were there recently on a Friday afternoon and it was filled with wedding parties! Evidently this is a very popular place to...More
If you like architechture you have to visit this place, it is an amazing building and it is free to visit and walk around. We were very surprised at the beauty of its rotunda, and it is also nice to see all the couples getting...More
Civic Center is the seat of power for all things government and performance-related in the city. Although its streets are best walked during daytime, numerous cultural gems are within close proximity to one another. The symphony, opera, ballet, and jazz center offer year round entertainment within the shadow of the city’s Beaux-Arts crown jewel: the gold tipped dome of City Hall.