bay area bucket list


We  l o v e  the Bay Area.
It is the perfect place for us to live right now.
We plan to live here for a while, but eventually we might end up somewhere else.
So, we better take advantage of all the time we get to live in such an amazing place.
To better do this, we made a little bucket list. Some we’ve done and some we need to do..
We’ll update as we check more off, but sharing it now for any other Bay Area lovers!
Click on any we have checked off to see more them!

•• San Francisco Bucket List •• 

Completed:

Rowboats on Stow Lake in Golden Gate Park
Bike across the Golden Gate Bridge to Sausalito
Take the ferry together from Sausalito —> San Francisco
See the Full House house
See the Blue Angels fly during Fleet Week
Nike Women’s Half Marathon
Giants Half Marathon
San Francisco Marathon
Thai cooking class with Sunshine
Sail in the bay
Ice skate in Union Square at Christmastime
Kiss on top of Twin Peaks summit
Get fresh-baked foccacia at Liguria Bakery in Little Italy
de Young Museum
Run along the Embarcadero
See the Boudin Sourdough Factory + Museum
Try the famous 18 swedish pancakes at Sear’s restaurant in Union Square
Get Bob’s donuts in the middle of the night
Visit the SF Yacht Club
Dinner at the top of Union Square
Eat Golden Gate Bakery egg tarts in Chinatown
Cable Car Museum
Take a trolley ride
Hike lands end out to the sutro baths
Cross the Drum Bridge at the Japanese Tea Garden ✓
Learn about the Coit Tower murals
Tacos in the Mission
See Coit Tower and City Hall lit up orange in October
Run the Lyon Street Steps
California Academy of Sciences
Try every sample at the Ferry Building (& farmers market)  ✓
Twirl & Dip ice cream truck
Slide down the Seward Street Slides
Go to the San Francisco Ballet
Play tennis in Golden Gate Park
Try pie shakes
Have french toast at Mama’s
Clam chowder on the Wharf
Spot the sea lions on the Wharf
Visit Baker Beach
Ride the St. Francis Hotel glass elevators to the top in Union Square
Fortune Cookie Factory in Chinatown
See the bison in Golden Gate Park
Batteries to Bluffs trail ✓
Presidio Promenade ✓
Spend a sunny day at Dolores Park with Bi-rite ice cream in hand
Giants game
See the giant Fairmont gingerbread house at Christmastime
Have a morning bun at Tartine + a cruffin at Mr. Holmes ✓✓
Climb the mosaic steps at Grand View Park ✓
Visit Ocean Beach and The Cliff House
Alcatraz at night
Walt Disney Museum
Exploratorium
See a show at Castro Theater
Off the Grid food truck market (a Señor Sisig burrito is a must ✓
Eat dim sum in Chinatown ✓
Mt. Davidson: SF’s highest point ✓
Do the Barbary Coast trail walking tour
Billy Goat Hill tree swing ✓
Browse the famous City Lights Bookstore ✓
Mile Rock Beach ✓
Have an ice cream sundae (or hot chocolate on a cold day) at Ghirardelli ✓
Run in //or at least spectate Bay to Breakers ✓
Drive down Lombard Street  ✓
Wave organ at Fisherman’s Wharf ✓
Filbert steps…and all of these steps
Seafood at Swan Oyster Depot ✓
Art classes on the Embarcadero ✓
SF opera, Ballet, & Symphony ✓✓✓
Spot a parrot on Telegraph Hill ✓
Go to movie night at the Top of the Mark
Sourdough class at Boudin Bakery ✓
Fillmore Street Jazz Festival 
Bike to Tiburon 
Afternoon tea at the Rotunda … and The Palace ✓
Rent the little yellow gocars for a day ✓

 

Still to do…

Visit SF MoMA
Marine mammal center
Picnic at the Palace of Fine Arts
Go to a show at Cow Palace
Go horseback riding on Ocean Beach
Love locks on the Golden Gate Bridge
Yoga on the labyrinth at Grace Cathedral
Tour the old SF Mint
Yerba Buena Gardens Festival
Ghirardelli chocolate festival
Baker Beach sand ladder
Bonfire on Ocean Beach
Midnight Rollers in SanFrancisco
Miwok Trail
Do all of these free walking tours!
Corona Heights Park
Fried chicken ramen at Suzu Noodle House
Go thrifting on Haight Street
Stern Grove Festival
See a concert at The Fillmore
Lands End labyrinth
Fly kites on Chrissy Field
Drive the 49-mile drive
•• Greater Bay Area ••
Completed:

Half Moon Bay Pumpkin Festival ✓
Muir woods ✓
Monterey ✓
Carmel-by-the-Sea ✓
17-Mile drive  ✓
California State Capitol in Sacramento ✓

Napa/Sonoma ✓
Santa Cruz beach boardwalk in the summer..with Marianne’s ice cream in hand ✓
Twitter HQ ✓
Facebook HQ ✓
Foster City canals ✓
Downtown Sunnyvale & Mountain view ✓
Oakland ✓
Hike in Rancho San Antonio Preserve ✓
Davenport ✓
Vasona Park ✓
See the elephant seals in Año Nuevo State Park ✓
Half Dome — Yosemite ✓
S’mores at the Ritz in Half Moon Bay (you don’t have to be a guest!) ✓
Mendocino and the “Skunk Train
Healdsburg ✓
Russian River ✓
Lake Merritt ✓
Ride the oldest wooden roller coaster in the world in Santa Cruz ✓
Hidden Villa on Rhus Ridge Road ✓

Still to do…

Stay a night at Stinson Beach
Stay at the Claremont Hotel in Berkeley
Tour It’s-its ice cream sandwich factory
Berry picking at Wanton Berry Farm in Davenport
See a concert at Shoreline Amphitheater
Sequoia National Park
Alameda Island sand castle contest
Hakone Gardens in Saratoga
Cowell Ranch Beach
Tour the TESLA factory in Fremont
Castle Rock State Park
Alamere Falls
Calero Lake Park
Burlingame
See the lights on Eucalyptus Street in San Carlos during the holidays
Emeryville horse races
Stay a weekend in Mill Valley
Go to the Gilroy Garlic Festival
Sebastopol Apple Blossom Festival
A’s game
Niners game
Warriors game
Eating tour through Berkeley’s “gourmet ghetto”
Farallon Islands
Livermore wineries
Kayak at Moss Landing/ Elkhorn Slough
Happy Hollow Park & Zoo
Oakland Zoo
Eat deep fried artichokes at the Giant Artichoke in Castroville
Run the wharf to wharf 10K in Santa Cruz/Capitola in July
Ice skate at Winter Lodge, Palo Alto
Point Reyes
Climb to the top of Hoover Tower at Stanford
See the monarch butterflies at Natural Bridges State Park
Eat at Zachary’s Pizza in Oakland
Ride horses on the beach at Seahorse ranch in Half Moon Bay
Hiller Aviation Museum
Palo Alto Baylands Nature Preserve
Eat lunch at Alice’s restaurant in La Honda
Hot air balloon ride in Napa
Safari West in Santa Rosa
Felton Covered Bridge Park (tallest in U.S.A.!)
Ride the roaring camp train from Felton into Santa Cruz (+ghost train in the fall!)
Sharks hockey game
See the Santa Cruz Mystery Spot
Horseback riding at Garrod Farms in Saratoga
Horse races at Golden Gate Fields
Tour the Jelly Belly factory
Downtown Walnut Creek
Eat at Barbara’s Fishtrap at Pillar Point Harbor
Filoli Gardens
Tidepools at Fitzgerald Marine Reserve
Ardenwood Historical Farm
Paddleboard / feed the ducks at Shoreline Park
Humboldt/ Redwoods
Goat Farm in Pescadero
Bean Hollow Beach
Mount Hamilton
The Inkwells swimming hole
Henry W. Coe State Park
Dennis the Menace Park in Monterey
Chabot Space and Science Center
Watercourse Way Bath House Spa
Stevens Creek County Parks
Go ziplining in the Santa Cruz mountains
Begonia Festival in Capitola
Stay over at Cavallo Point Lodge
Children’s Discovery Museum
Agaccio Farms
Hike Mt. Diablo
Eat at Nepenthe in Big Sur
See a movie and have dinner doing it at Rialto
Lake Tahoe in the winter and summer
Petaluma {go to Cowgirl Creamery}
Big Basin State Park
Moffett Field Historical Society
Backpack the Lost Coast
Arroyo Seco river float

We’re so lucky to live in such a beautiful place with so much to do.
We’ve done a lot in the time we’ve lived here, but there is still so
much to see & do. We can’t wait to check more items off this list!
**See our guide to San Francisco here**
xo

Please comment with any other Bay Area bucket list items!



'bay area bucket list' has 60 comments

  1. October 28, 2013 @ 3:28 pm Brittany

    I love this list and can’t wait to read more about the things you’ve done! I also love that hockey made the list! The Sharks are really good, so you’ll definitely have a good time. WOO!

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    • October 28, 2013 @ 3:31 pm emi

      good to know… it seems like everyone here is obsessed, so we have to go see what it’s all about!

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  2. October 28, 2013 @ 7:23 pm Kirsten Wiemer

    i’ll probably have to use this list for our list haha. except that we haven’t done anything so its all a to do list haha. but there really are so many awesome things to do here.

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    • October 29, 2013 @ 2:57 am emi

      let’s do some together!

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  3. October 28, 2013 @ 9:28 pm Treasure Tromp

    california academy of sciences is one of my favorite places! take me with you to the A’s game / come visit me when I’m visiting my family in Sonoma :)

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    • October 28, 2013 @ 9:41 pm emi

      ummm yes to both! your fam lives in sonoma, love that. we would be bffs i think! xo

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  4. October 30, 2013 @ 12:48 am Katie

    I love this list! I live in Sacramento so it gives me lots of good ideas for dates with my guy or when I am traveling in the Bay Area for work. You should check out Apple Hill going towards Tahoe in the Fall :)

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    • October 30, 2013 @ 2:22 am emi

      love that! we are close! :)
      we will put apple hill on the list..sounds amazing.
      xo

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  5. October 30, 2013 @ 12:49 am smitzerland

    Go take a number and wait for the best ice cream ever at Mitchell’s ice cream in San Francisco! When I think of home I think of Mitchell’s cantaloupe ice cream :) it’s a family owned stand alone old fashioned soda fountain type of place. You also have to go to a pride parade in the city at least once, run bay to breakers, hit hometown days in San Carlos, and check out the dolphin club at fisherman’s wharf, so much history there.

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  6. October 30, 2013 @ 12:50 am smitzerland

    Go take a number and wait for the best ice cream ever at Mitchell’s ice cream in San Francisco! When I think of home I think of Mitchell’s cantaloupe ice cream :) it’s a family owned stand alone old fashioned soda fountain type of place. You also have to go to a pride parade in the city at least once, run bay to breakers, hit hometown days in San Carlos, and check out the dolphin club at fisherman’s wharf, so much history there.

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    • October 30, 2013 @ 2:22 am emi

      best tips! we will have to try them all!

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  7. October 30, 2013 @ 3:34 pm MarieL

    Definitely going to have to do some of these with my family we’ve lived here our whole lives and haven’t done some of these yet. You must go to the cliff house!

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    • October 30, 2013 @ 4:20 pm emi

      i know– sometimes we don’t do things in the very place we live!! so we are excited to see more. glad to know you recommend the cliff house! xoxo

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    • October 30, 2013 @ 4:19 pm emi

      good to know! will do, thanks!

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  8. October 31, 2013 @ 5:34 am Gabrielle Bizzarro

    Love all of these, makes me miss home!
    – Ride the elevator to the top floor at the St. Francis Hotel in Union (walk right in like you own the place, straight back, elevators are to the left… breath taking view)
    – See the lights on Eucalyptus Street in San Carlos during the holidays
    – Eat lunch at Alice’s Restaurant in La Honda
    – Boating on The Delta
    – Stanford University
    – Downtown Half Moon Bay
    – Stay at the Madonna Inn on highway 101
    – Thrift shop on Haight Street
    – Participate in a protest
    – Seahorse ranch in Half Moon Bay, ride horses down the beach
    – HIller Aviation Museum

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    • October 31, 2013 @ 1:56 pm emi

      okay LOVE all of your suggestions! you just made me so excited to try these new great things you added! xoxo

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  9. October 31, 2013 @ 3:50 pm Sara

    Love you’re bucket list. I’m from the east bay and still haven’t made it to alcatraz, lol.(lived here my whole life) I think it’s awesome you guys are doing this. Just wanted to give you a suggestion, you should try the Nightlife at the Academy of Sciences, usually everything thursday they have a theme with food and drinks, i’ve never been but heard it’s awesome(not sure if i saw it on your list) http://www.calacademy.org/events/nightlife/

    Also for the berkeley(emeryville) horse races you should go on Sundays, it’s $1 sundays, hot dogs & beer it’s fun! (if you didn’t know already)

    Enjoy you’re time here, I love it!

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    • November 4, 2013 @ 8:08 pm emi

      thanks for letting us know about those two things!!

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  10. October 31, 2013 @ 6:06 pm Patty Fletcher

    Have you been to Fioli Garden in Woodside area? It’s beautiful. They have different events there too for the different seasons. Check it out.

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    • November 4, 2013 @ 8:08 pm emi

      we haven’t! i will add it to the list, thanks!

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  11. October 31, 2013 @ 7:27 pm Maggie Reardon

    I visited the bay area for the first time a month or so ago and loved it! We pushed so much into our 3 days there but loved every minute of it!

    nineteenmays.blogspot.com

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  13. November 3, 2013 @ 3:27 am Sarah

    You should add the Wave Organ and the Musée Mécanique at Fisherman’s Wharf. ;)

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    • November 4, 2013 @ 8:07 pm emi

      never heard of either! we’ll add them to the list- thanks!

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  14. November 3, 2013 @ 3:37 pm Lori

    San Francisco city guides has a lot of free walking tours. I’m not from the bay area, but I love to visit! We take a few tours every time we come. Also – go to a musical! I saw both Wicked and Phantom of the Opera in San Francisco and they were wonderful!

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    • November 4, 2013 @ 8:07 pm emi

      thanks for reminding me, i want to try some of those walking tours! xo

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  15. November 4, 2013 @ 4:08 am Becky LeDuc

    I had lived in the Bay Area until I was 21. I had no idea there was so much I missed out on. Thank you for the list. I will be doing these myself.

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  16. November 4, 2013 @ 4:09 am Becky LeDuc

    I had lived in the Bay Area until I was 21. I had no idea there was so much I missed out on. Thank you for the list. I will be doing these myself.

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    • November 4, 2013 @ 8:07 pm emi

      love that! let us know of any others!

      Reply

  17. November 5, 2013 @ 5:53 am Andrea Seabrands

    Livermore wineries, calastoga, capitola, wine train ;) love your list!!

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  18. November 5, 2013 @ 5:54 am Andrea Seabrands

    Livermore wineries, calastoga, capitola, wine train ;) love your list!!

    Reply

  19. November 5, 2013 @ 10:33 pm Brooke Evans

    Here’s our list! It’s all Oakland stuff with a little bit of Berkeley thrown in. Something that’s not on our list but that should be: Cheeseboard Collective in Berkeley. It’s fantastic.

    http://evansdirigibles-inc.blogspot.com/2013/07/dedicated-to-oakland.html

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  20. November 5, 2013 @ 10:53 pm Brooke Evans

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  21. November 5, 2013 @ 10:53 pm Brooke Evans

    Oh! And if you are into running (as I’m guessing from the half marathons on here), there’s a Ragnar in Napa every year too. This year’s just happened, but if you will still be here in a year, it’s pretty cool. Awesome post! :)

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  22. November 7, 2013 @ 11:45 pm Emily

    Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk in the summer. They roll back the prices to $1 per ride on Monday and Tuesday nights June-August. Make sure to ride the Giant Dipper. Hakone Gardens in Saratoga…a lovely Japanese garden on the hill overlooking the whole South Bay. Go to a summer evening concert at the Saratoga Mountain Winery. Kayak at Moss Landing and see the marine life in Elkhorn Slough. Eat deep fried artichokes at The Giant Artichoke in Castroville. Run the Wharf to Wharf 10K in Santa Cruz/Capitola in July. Ride the Roaring Camp train from Felton into Santa Cruz. Their ghost train in the fall is the best! See the monarch butterflies at the wintering grounds at Natural Bridges State Park in Santa Cruz. Go tide pooling while you’re there. Eat cheese blintzes at The Little Swiss Cafe in Carmel Village. Have coffee in the clubhouse at Pebble Beach. Go whale watching in the Monterey Bay. Eat ice cream at Marianne’s on Ocean Street in Santa Cruz. Best peppermint ice cream in the world! Go horseback riding at Garrod Farms in Saratoga. Tour the NUMI plant (Toyota). You’ll be able to follow a car from start to finish on the assembly line. Tour the Jelly Belly factory. Go to the observatory on top of Mt. Hamilton. I was born and raised in the Santa Cruz area. So much to see and do! I love coming home to visit.

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    • November 8, 2013 @ 5:48 am emi

      haha okay this is amazing. thank you so much! can’t wait to add all of these! xo

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  24. November 26, 2013 @ 10:47 am Gagan Agarwal

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  26. December 11, 2013 @ 6:25 pm Jaime Creager

    Steam Trains at Tildon Park!

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  29. January 7, 2014 @ 8:56 am Katherine Mathis

    This is such a great list! I see the de Young on the “still to do list”…that is a must asap!! haha The art collections within the museum are beautiful, the building itself is beautiful, the grounds (a public golf course) are beautiful, and there are some AMAZING trails right on the cliffs. My all-time favorite place in SF.

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    • January 7, 2014 @ 3:19 pm emi

      so funny that you said that, we just finally visited it saturday! LOVED it…and the view from the tower–wow! XO

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  30. January 8, 2014 @ 11:34 am Gagan Agarwal

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  31. January 22, 2014 @ 8:31 am Amy R

    I saw Beach Blankey Babylon when I was there a few years ago with friends. It was sooo good. Def worth it.

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  32. February 4, 2014 @ 6:10 am Catherine

    I live down south of you just a little bit and I wanted to add in just a few… Esalen in Big Sur… Great place to stay, or the yurts (or human nest!) at treebones is also great. AND, while you are in Big Sur, you’ve got to try Deetjen’s for breakfast or lunch. My favorite place to eat… Ever! Enjoy :)

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    • February 4, 2014 @ 6:48 pm emi

      love these! right up our alley :)
      thanks so much!

      Reply

  33. March 26, 2014 @ 9:36 pm JENNA

    best kept secret in the Bay Area: the hippy tree in Tiburon

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    • May 20, 2014 @ 3:33 pm emi

      i need to check that out now!!!

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  34. May 19, 2014 @ 11:01 pm Kelsey

    Are you mormon?! You seem like it.. (: I mean that as a good thing!!

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    • May 20, 2014 @ 3:32 pm emi

      haha — yes!

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  35. August 5, 2014 @ 3:11 am mrsnpiol

    Wow, I have lived here my whole life (minus a few years in Hawaii) & have yet to do many of these things!! Thanks for the great list!! Looks like my boys and I have to start checking some of these off our list :)) I would also add Yosemite!!

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    • August 5, 2014 @ 3:26 pm emi

      so glad!!! i need to update it soon, thanks for the yosemite suggestion! love that place. xoxo

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  36. October 20, 2014 @ 12:05 pm Marina Von

    I really enjoyed reading your article! I used to live 3 years in San Francisco and eventhough I could cross off a lot from my bucket list, I still haven’t done everything I wanted to do! :D Keep enjoying your time in SF. I wish I could still live there too. I really miss the city! <3

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  37. October 30, 2014 @ 9:08 am Dennis Fletcher

    Marinelli Tour!

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  40. October 8, 2015 @ 10:39 am Courtney

    If you into backpacking don’t forget the Skyline-to-Sea trail in the South Bay!!

    http://www.redwoodhikes.com/BigBasin/S-to-S.html

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