Musée Mécanique Fisherman’s Wharf

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Musée Mécanique San Francisco has a submarine from World War II next to the seafood bistros, boiling crab shacks with claws and melted butter, and Boudin’s Bakery, the vintage arcade is in the heart of Fisherman’s Wharf as if another museum is made available with amazing views of Angel Island, Alcatraz Island, the ferries that float over to Larkspur and under the Golden Gate Bridge. The clam chowder soup is fresh and served in fresh baked sourdough bread rolls. The arcade catches tourists by surprise, because most enjoying the walk from the crab pier by the wharf to Pier 39 find the surprise unexpected as arcade games with black and white moving picture machines capture an era dating back to the 1906 Earthquake at the turn of the century that defined San Francisco, California.

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