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When I was 3 years old, my parents took me and my 2-year-old brother to swim in the Sutro Baths. My mother was a strong swimmer, having saved many people from drowning as she grew up in the Philippine Islands. So she asked my father...More
This was on nearly every list of things to do in San Francisco. We walked around and took lots of pics and it was nice. If we had missed this completely during our trip it would have been ok. If you are nearby and want...More
Sutro was a renown hydraulic engineer who could manoeuvre water like few others, so probably not surprising that he created this vast complex that opened in 1896.
It included four different swimming pools filled by the ocean. A newpaper reported that not since the glory...More
while you walk town from the parking lot you have the best overview. There are quite some remains, but you need to imagine the rest and how it would have looked like. The sea and the weather are taking their tolls. We have been there...More
The Sutro Baths is now just concrete and pools of water. There is a gift shop that sits on top of the hill which overlooks Sutro Bath.
There are walls you can sit on and look at the ocean which is beyond Sutro Baths. It's...More
This place is a great look into San Francisco's past. It is the ruins of the Sutro Baths build at the end of the trolly line for the enjoyment of SF residents. Then it burned to the ground, leaving just cement pools jetting out from...More
Absolutely gorgeous views. Wear good shoes so that you can clamber over the rocks and explore the beach and the tunnel. Adolph Sutro had the idea of building these baths which unfortunately have fallen into disrepair, but it is a great place to visit and...More
This is a nice place to visit and learn the story about the baths and the Cliffhouse. The views here are outstanding so it makes for some great pictures. If you have extra time, the hike on the Lands End path is outstanding.