San Francisco Photo Galleries



First used as a military prison, then a federal prison, Alcatraz closed in 1963 after the remaining inmates were transferred to other facilities. You can visit Alcatraz for guided tours, available from the Fishermen's Wharf area.

San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge

The Bay Bridge is a double deck bridge crossing from the East Bay to San Francisco, with Treasure Island as a mid-point anchor. The eastern approach to Treasure Island is being replaced by a more earthquake-proof structure.


SF-Oak Bay Bridge


San Francisco's Chinatown is just off San Francisco's downtown area. The colorful Chinese New Year's Parade is held here.

Map available here



San Francisco Churches

Some well known structures in San Francisco.



Golden Gate Bridge

One of the most famous bridges in the world!


GG Bridge

Golden Gate Park

San Francisco's Golden Gate Park spans 1,017 acres. While similar in shape to New York City's Central Park, it's 174 acres larger.


GG Park


Bordering Geary Street, Japantown is an excellent destination for specialized shopping. Japantown also hosts frequent special events.

Map available here



Kevin Sheridan Photo Gallery

Selection of photography by Kevin Sheridan. Kevin's complete, and up to date Gallery can be seen here.


Kevin Gallery

Lombard Street

Another famous San Francisco landmark, Lombard Street has been called the crookedest street in the world, with some justification!
Map available here


Lombard St

Palace of Fine Arts

It was originally constructed for the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition, and since restored. Also located here is the Exploratorium, a science museum founded in 1969 by Dr. Frank Oppenheimer.

Map available here.


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