Classic Victorian Home
2007 Franklin St
(between Wasthington and Jackson Sts)
San Francisco, CA 94115
+1 415 441 3000
Fax: +1 415 441 3015
Rarely do you find Victorian homes this well maintained, but the Hass-Lilienthal House has aged with grace. Built in 1886, the Queen Anne Victorian giant is also the home to San Francisco Architecture Heritage, a local non-profit committed to, as the name suggests, protecting the architecture of the old town by the bay. Inside Haas-Lilienthat, much of the original stylings remain -- wallpaper, furniture, cornices, and more. Docents provide informative guided tours that last about an hour, and you'll certainly learn a thing or two about the Victorian era in San Franciscan architecture, and see some of the signs of the famous 1906 earthquake and fire that took about half of the city with it. The house makes a nice, quick visit for the architecture-lover in your group, and is enjoyable for everyone else to boot.
Nearest Train or Bus:
MUNI BUS: 1, 12, 19, 27, 47, 49
Best Modes of Transportation: Bus Taxi Walking
Notes: Because parking is difficult in this area, public transportation is recommended.
Parking Availability: Limited
Average Price per Hour: $0-$5
Parking Safety: Safe
Notes: Parking is very limited in this area and is generally two-hour street parking only. There is also metered parking, as well as some pay lots and garages in the area; see website for parking details.
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