Every day, the Mission District in San Francisco welcomes more than 132,000 visitors.
The Mission is San Francisco’s oldest standing building. Originally known as “The Mission Lands”, this neighborhood holds much history and pride for locals and tourists alike.
Around the Mission District, you will find must-see attractions to visit in addition to the Mission itself, such as the Pirate Supply Store. If you ARRRRRRGH looking for unique souvenirs and showcase pieces, then look no further! Available for purchase is a treasure trove of pirate supplies including doubloons, bottles stuffed with messages and even Captain Hook’s hook. Plus, all proceeds go to the non-profit 826 Valencia, so you are supporting a good cause when you visit. For more information on this one of a kind shop visit http://826valencia.org/store/.
If you are looking for a relaxing spot outdoors, also near the Mission District is Dolores Park. Viewed as the landmark in the Mission, Dolores Park is the perfect place to picnic on a lazy sunny day and offers spectacular views of downtown San Francisco. Here you will find friendly people and meeting opportunities. And don’t miss out on a local entrepreneur, the coconut man who sells fresh coconuts with rum.
If you’ve got a few hours to kill, check out the funky, local tours led by Wild SF Tours. Think food crawls, creepy ghost tours, free tours and radical neighborhood history shared by local artists and activists!
If you want to enjoy the Mission District and the surrounding area, don’t carry your luggage or bags around! Let Knock Knock City help! In the Mission District, we provide a drop off location for any bags or luggage you may not want to bring along with you on these adventures. You can store each bag for only $1 per hour or $10 overnight!
Enjoy the city with your hands-free by using our convenient, cost-efficient and secure location. We are here so you can be there.