What to See, Do and Eat at the Palace of Fine Arts With Kids
Back when international exhibitions meant building a town within a town, the Palace of Fine Arts became one of 10 palaces at the 1915 Panama-Pacific World Exposition on the northern side of San Francisco. Built by the famous Californian architect Bernard Maybeck following ancient Greek and Roman designs, the palace offers a romantic outdoors promenade flanked by tall ionic columns of another time and a serene rotunda overlooking a lagoon that swans and ducks call home. Add to that a kid science museum, a theater, and manicured paths, and you’ll understand why the Palace of Fine Arts is a beloved city escape for parents.
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