Painted Ladies - San Francisco
Architect buffs won’t want to miss a visit to San Francisco’s famous Seven Painted Ladies, also known as Postcard Row. The iconic row of colorful Victorian houses has become one of the city’s most visited landmarks. The historical Victorians homes are nestled along Steiner Street, across from Alamo Square Park.
Symbolic of the California Gold Rush, the stunning Victorian houses were built between 1892 and 1896. They have since been featured in numerous movies and TV shows. The most notable appearance is in the beginning of the TV series “Full House” and its sequel “Fuller House.”
A top tourist spot, the area is popular with visitors and locals alike. Get a scenic view of the Painted Ladies and San Francisco’s breathtaking skyline from the top of the hill at Alamo Square Park. It’s a fun place to hang-out with family and friends, have a picnic lunch and take pictures.
Book San Francisco Sightseeing Tours
See the Painted Ladies and the sights of San Francisco at your own pace aboard a fun hop-on hop-off Double-Decker Bus Tour. The fully-narrated tour lasts around 75 minutes if you stay on the bus for the full loop. The tour covers all of central San Francisco – Fisherman’s Wharf, Ferry Building, Union Square, Chinatown, North Beach, and Lombard Street. Hop-on-and-off at your leisure at any of the 24 stops. Tour also includes a trip across the Golden Gate Bridge. Or take a Painted Ladies Tour or a fun Walking Tour of the city’s famous neighborhoods.