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Get to know the fascinating Richmond neighborhood in San Francisco. The Richmond district is quietly intriguing due to its location. What makes this neighborhood tick? Culture Trip investigates.
Inner Richmond and Outer Richmond are both located in the center of San Francisco. This convenience has attracted numerous people to invest. The neighborhood is considered the greenest part of the city thanks to the Golden Gate Park, but it is not the only interesting destination in the district. We check out ten things you should do when in this fashionable part of town.
Thanks to its very convenient location, there are numerous restaurants in this trendy neighborhood. This district is also known as the home of Russian cuisines. Take the oppurtunity to enjoy the Russian restaurants, bakeries, tea rooms and more. In addition, Korean food and Japanese restaurants are very popular in this buzzing neighborhood. From Korean BBQ to Japanese shabu shabu, you can find everything on the Geary Boulevard.
San Francisco’s Camera Obscura is considered the oldest camera in the world and numerous artists found their inspiration from this particular instrument. This is a place where photography and history combine to create spellbinding images with a real sense of gravitas. If you are craving spectacular views and visual adventures, this spot is definitely worth invesigating.
Camera Obscura SF, 1096 Point Lobos Ave, San Francisco, CA, USA, +1-415-7750-0415
A big bonus to the already bountiful Richmond District is that the big museums have settled here. In the Golden Gate Park, on the other side of Academy of Sciences, there is one of the most stunning art museums in the city – De Young Museum. From classic to contemporary, from Picasso to Keith Haring, the collections here are simply breathtaking. If you are on your way to The Presidio, you should swing by Legion of Honor, another five-star museum with gorgeous views and architecture.
Luckily, you could find most of the best Asian dessert destinations in thhe Richmond district. From bubble teas to chicken wings, we guarantee you won’t go home with an empty stomach.
Pubs and lounges abound in the city, but each neighborhood has different styles of nightlife. There are sport bars and karaoke lounges which are just few blocks away from each other. In addition to that, you might want to check out the Nightlife experience at the California Academy of Sciences.