A panorama from Hyde Street Pier showing the historic pier sign and gangplank down into the car deck of the Eureka stem powered ferry boat. These are both parts of the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park. The ticket office to the park is just by the entrance to this part of the pier.
Hyde Street Pier - San Francisco visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Hyde Street Pier' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from California.
Hyde Street Pier was the principle ferry pier for automobiles and passengers traveling from Marin County to Sausalito. This centrally located in Fisherman's Wharf between the Aquatic Park and beach to the left, and pier 45 with the USS Pampanito submarine and SS Jeremiah O'Brien WWII Liberty Ship to the right. Further right is the famous Pier 39 packed with visitor and tourist attractions and amusements including the unmissable Sea Lions. Next right again is the marina.
Across the road behind Hyde Street Pier is the Visitor center for the Maritime National Historical Park and the restful, tree-lines grass-covered Victoria Park, a great place to rest after walking around these attractions and perhaps to enjoy a choclate treat from the legendary Ghirardelli Chocolatiere.
San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park
2905 Hyde Street
San Francisco, CA 94109
Bus: North Point St & Hyde St (10, 20, 30, 47, 91)
Cable Car: Fisherman's Wharf
Light Train: Jones St & Beach St (F)