Hyde Street Pier Closed Mondays through Thursdays (July 24 - August 20)
For public safety, Hyde Street Pier will be closed mid-pier Mondays - Thursdays from July 24 - August 20 during replacement of Eureka's mooring piles. There is no access to the historic ships. The visitor center, Maritime Museum & Aquatic Park are open. More »
Celebrate Women's History Month
Contact: John CUnnane, 415-561-7170
CELEBRATE WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH AT SAN FRANCISCO MARITIME NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK!
EXHIBIT: WOMEN WHO CHANGED MARITIME HISTORY
Daily, throughout March, 9:30am-4:45pm. In the Visitor Center. Free admission.
A photograph exposition illustrating the often overlooked impact women have had on maritime history.
SUFFRAGETTE MARCH AND LADIES SALON
Saturday, March 8, Noon and 3pm. On Hyde Street Pier and in the Ark Houseboat. No fee.
Turn back the clock to 1901 and experience a costumed reenactment of a suffragette march in support of votes for women. At 2:00pm, join a salon of Victorian women as they discuss issues of the day. Come voice your opinion!
FAMILIES AT SEA
Sundays, March 9 and 16, 2pm-2:45pm. Aboard Balclutha, at Hyde Street Pier. Vessel admission: $5 adults, ages 15 and under, free. Free with national park passes.
During the Age of Sail, the feminine presence was rarely part of a ship’s crew. However, at times the captain would bring along his wife and daughters, which created a family atmosphere. Discover family life at sea on this ranger-guided tour through the historic three-masted sailing ship Balclutha.
San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park is located at the west end of Fisherman’s Wharf, in San Francisco. The park includes a magnificent fleet of historic ships, visitor center, maritime museum (currently closed for renovation) and library. For more information about the park, or its public programs, please call 415-447-5000 or visit the park’s website at http://www.nps.gov/safr.
Did You Know?
ALMA was built in 1891 in a little boatyard on the southernmost bay front of San Francisco, just north of Hunters Point Navy Yard. She mostly worked in the South Bay carrying salt from the southern salt ponds. She has been rebuilt several times and now sails on the Bay often, carrying passengers. More...