San Francisco museum limo tours
As has been often pointed out, San Francisco is a hotbed for cultural activity and innovation. The city is one of the most creativity-minded places on earth, and this mean that visitors will find themselves surrounded by cultural and intellectual offerings of the top degree. In particular, the museums in San Francisco have gorged themselves on the uniqueness of the city. Take advantage of a rainy or cold day and spend a few hours in one or all of the following places. Also, keep in mind that this is only a partial list, as a complete roster of San Francisco’s museums, galleries, exploratoriums, and places of wonderment would be far beyond the scope of one article.
There have been several warships in the U.S. Navy named Hornet since the nation was founded, but when it comes to distinguished wartime service and participation in significant milestones in our nation’s history, none can match the current (and likely, last) version now moored on the east side of San Francisco Bay in Alameda. Rightfully listed as a National Historic Landmark, the USS Hornet is now a floating museum with lots of things to see, do, and learn whether you are a military history buff or not.