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FIRST LOOK

“San Francisco has only one drawback, ’tis hard to leave.” RUDYARD KIPLING

Concrete Coit Tower was erected atop Telegraph Hill in 1933 and boasts 360-degree views of San Francisco and its environs. In the 1930s, local artists painted its famous murals as part of the public art program of the Works Progress Administration. While there is a nominal fee to ride the elevator to the observation deck, there is no charge to enter the tower and see the murals. You might be lucky enough to see (or hear) some of the colorful wild parrots of Telegraph Hill. 1 Telegraph Hill Blvd. 28

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Coit Tower

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WhereTraveler Guestbook San Francisco is the premier travel guide for discovering the best things to do and see in San Francisco, California...

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WhereTraveler Guestbook San Francisco is the premier travel guide for discovering the best things to do and see in San Francisco, California...