Family Attractions for Super Bowl 50
October 29th, 2015 by Bullseye Event Group
There are the obvious sight-seeing options for visiting San Francisco. “You have to visit the Golden Gate Bridge!” or “You must ride one of the trolleys!” Those are the classics. But here’s a list of great places to go in SF that you may be as familiar with that are perfect for families. Be sure to tell us if there are any other great fun opportunities for family fun before heading off to Super Bowl 50.
These houses might look familiar from the opening scene of “Full House.” The beautiful and colorful houses all line up along the a green square in San Fran. Those houses are along the Alamo Square and their called the Painted Ladies. These Victorian homes grace the front of many postcards, and they’re sure to give you the perfect backdrop for the much needed family selfie. Perfect for picnics.
You can eat waffles, drink draft beer, AND play mini-golf. How great is that? A place called Urban Putt offers a totally rad way to play mini-golf with the family. It’s located in the heart of the Mission District, so not far away from all the Super Bowl City atmosphere. The high-tech course is located inside a Victorian home and is a perfect way to work on your short game while making some great memories with the kids.
Sundays start with brunch. And Super Bowl Sunday is no different. So why not drink and Bloody Marys and eat a waffles bigger than your head. San Francisco has some of the best places for brunch and feature great food, great service, great weather and a great views. A couple places you can’t go wrong include: Brenda’s French Soul Food and Foreign Cinema. There’s not better way to get geared up for the Super Bowl than food!
Walt Disney Family Museum
It may not be Orlando Florida, but the Disney family has put together a great experience for Disney fanatics of all ages. The 40,000-square-foot museum melds history with state-of-the-art technology, including more than 200 video screens sprinkled throughout our galleries. The top attraction is a 13-foot model of Disneyland as Walt originally envisioned it. It’s not quite a hidden gem, but it’s certainly a bit out of the spotlight with so much else to do in town.
Hopefully you’ll have a great time with your family going to Super Bowl 50. There’s so much to do in the city, you’re sure to have a great time. If you still need travel accommodations to Super Bowl 2016 and Super Bowl 50 tickets, we can offer great Super Bowl 2016 packages.