• A section of the bowsprint and figurehead on the bow of BALCLUTHA.

    San Francisco Maritime

    National Historical Park California

Pets

A view of the Aquatic Park Historic District which includes a lawn area, flowerbeds, benches, a promenade along the waterfront, and a spectacular view of the Aquatic Park lagoon and San Francisco Bay.

The Aquatic Park Historic Landmark District (looking west), with the cable car turn around in the foreground, the Aquatic Park Bathhouse building in the background, and the beach and lagoon on the right.

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Dogs on leashes are welcome in the Aquatic Park Historic Landmark District, except they are not allowed on the beach.

Dogs are not allowed on Hyde Street Pier, or on the historic ships.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Did You Know?

The stern of the THAYER showing two rectangular-shaped openings.

Loading ports are small, watertight doors in a ship's hull that lead directly into the hold. Lumber could be more easily loaded into the hold through these ports rather than through the smaller hatches on the deck. These ports had to be caulked shut before the ship put to sea. More...