2Located in the city’s most popular neighborhood, Hyatt Fisherman’s Wharf has teamed up with the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) to offer visitors a value-oriented Explore San Francisco Package in celebration of the ExplOratorium’s new museum location at nearby Pier 15.

The Explore San Francisco Package includes accommodations at the Hyatt Fisherman’s Wharf along with two SFMTA passports, which provide unlimited daily use on any one or all of San Francisco’s public transportation vehicles, including the iconic cable cars, historic streetcars, busses, trolleys and any of the other convenient SFMTA modes of transportation.  Package rates start at $189.

Guests of the Hyatt Fisherman’s Wharf can use the aforementioned passports to ride the historic trolley to the ExplOratorium’s new, convenient location or take a nice stroll along the Waterfront to Pier 15.  For more information and reservations, please call (415) 563-1234 or visit

…About the ExplOratorium…

1A global leader in informal learning, The ExplOratorium is the prototype for experimental, participatory museums around the world. Called “the best science museum in the world,” by Scientific American, it is a scientific funhouse, art studio and an experimental laboratory all rolled into one.  The ExplOratrium is relocating to Pier 15 on the Embarcadero and will be opened to the public on April 17, 2013.


*For kids of all ages, Hyatt Fisherman’s Wharf suggests the following amusements:

Alcatraz Island:

American Conservatory Theater:

Aquarium of the Bay:

Aquatic Park Historic District:

Beach Blanket Babylon:

Cable Cars:

Cable Car Museum:

California Academy of Science:

Cartoon Art Museum:


Coca-Cola Fan Lot at AT&T Park:

Coit Tower:

Disney Museum:

Embarcadero Center:


Ferry Building:

Fire Engine Tours:

Fisherman’s Wharf:

F-Line, Historic Street Cars:

Ghirardelli Square:

Golden Gate Bridge:

Golden Gate Park:

Hyde Street Pier:

Japanese Tea Garden:

Lands End/Sutro Baths:

Legion of Honor Museum:

Lombard Street: no website

M.H. de Young Museum:

Musee Mechanique:

Museum of Modern Art:

“Painted Ladies”/Victorian Homes at Alamo Square:

Palace of Fine Arts:

Pier 39:

Randall Museum:

Red and White Fleet Bay Cruise:

Ripley’s Believe It or Not:

San Francisco Ballet:

San Francisco City Hall:

San Francisco Maritime National Park Association:

San Francisco Opera:

San Francisco Symphony:

San Francisco Zoo:

Sony Metreon:

Stow Lake:

Union Square:

Wax Museum:

Yerba Buena Center for the Arts:


About Hyatt Fisherman’s Wharf

The hotel features 313 spacious guest rooms boasting the plush, Grand Bed with pillow-top mattresses; multifunction workstation with ergonomic chair; and luxurious bath with deluxe amenities. Guest services and amenities include Wi-Fi service throughout the hotel; 24-hour automated business center; complimentary transportation to the Financial District (restrictions apply); renovated 24-hour StayFit @ Hyatt Fitness Center; outdoor heated pool and Jacuzzi. Dining and Entertainment options range from Knuckles at the Wharf, which was voted “Best Sports Bar in San Francisco,” as well as room service, which is offered from 6:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.  Conveniently located across the street from the Mason/Powell Cable Car line, nearby attractions include Alcatraz, PIER 39, The Cannery, Fisherman’s Wharf, Golden Gate Bridge, Bay Cruises, Coit Tower, Lombard Street, Ghirardelli Square, Aquarium of the Bay and North Beach.

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