Ripley’s Believe It Or Not! Museum is one of the most unique attractions in the entire city. It sits near Fisherman’s Wharf, which is an extremely popular tourist destination. For this reason, the best way to get your group to and from the museum is by arranging a door-to-door shuttle service in San Francisco.
Ripley’s Believe It Or Not! Museum is THE place to take your group if you want to experience the bizarre, explore the mysterious, and enjoy the weird. Their exhibits feature incredible artwork, but also showcase some very interesting items, including shrunken heads and an Egyptian mummified foot. The exhibits, video displays, and illusions you’ll find here are hardly believable and, yet, somehow true.
The museum’s Odditorium is home to more than 70 interactive and hands-on exhibits in and of itself. In total, the museum is home to more than 400 exhibits organized across 18 themed galleries. Ripley’s Believe It Or Not! Museum usually takes most visitors around 45 minutes to an hour to move through, but there’s enough to keep your attention for much longer. Visitors are allowed to take both pictures and videos while touring the museum.
There are numerous parking garages and lots in the neighborhood to the south of the museum. Some of the lots and garages offer more reasonable rates than others, but if you’re visiting with a group or simply don’t want to worry about navigating traffic and finding parking, you should look into arranging a San Francisco door-to-door shuttle service. Depending on the size of your group, you can choose a coach bus, mini coach bus, or minibus. A school bus rental might also be appropriate if you want to organize a class trip to the museum.
Although the museum itself will only take your group an hour or two, there’s plenty to do in the surrounding area. Your group could follow a visit to the museum with a cruise to Alcatraz Island, where you can learn about its infamous and oft-chequered history. You might also be interested in the Aquarium of the Bay, where you can learn about San Francisco Bay’s vital role in preserving California’s wetlands.
If you finish you visit to the museum later in the day, you group can walk to a number of restaurants to grab a bite to eat. Some options to explore include The Grotto San Francisco, Alioto’s, and Fire & Brew. If your group wants to finish the night with some cocktails and a test of everyone’s singing voices, head on over to check out the scene at Gold Dust Karaoke & Bar Lounge.
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All the comfort and most of the amenities of a full-sized coach, sized just right for smaller groups.
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