13 Indoor Actions Excellent for a Wet Day in San Francisco

Ride the tram

In addition to the legendary cable cars, San Francisco has an extensive network of streetcars called trams. The city even maintains a historic line of beautiful vintage trams from around the world. If you want to drive one of these legendary vehicles, you can catch a tram on Market Street, near the Civic Center and even in the Castro District.

Because it’s a full-fledged system, streetcars are a cheap and quick way to get to San Francisco’s many indoor activities. You can see where each route goes SF MTA website, and pay for fares in cash or with a travel card. It’s even possible to charter a tram for special occasions and go anywhere you want on the network.

Westfield San Francisco Center

Maybe museums aren’t your thing and you’d much rather be ’til you drop in a huge department store full of chic couture outlets, entertainment, magnificent bakeries, and fine dining options. In that case, check out this indoor activity in San Francisco. Westfield San Francisco Center is the city’s premier upscale shopping mall, filled with 170 stores across nine floors in the heart of the city. The mall opened in 1988 and has undergone numerous improvements and expansions, making it the premier mall on Market Street.

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