The Embarcadero in San Francisco is a street with wide sidewalks that runs along the eastern shore of the city. It starts just south of Fisherman's Wharf and goes south until Oracle Park, the San Francisco Giants home stadium. There are many fun things to see and do there as there are cruise ships docked, shopping, bars, restaurants such as Hog Island Oysters, trolly cars, and even the Cable Car Museum. There is also the Exploratorium and the Cruise Terminal.
The Aquarium of the Bay is a public aquarium located at The Embarcadero and Beach Street, at the southern edge of Pier 39. The aquarium is focused on local aquatic animals from the San Francisco Bay and neighboring rivers and watersheds as far as the Sierra Mountains. Since 2005 the aquarium has been focused on a mission to enable ocean conservation on climate action both globally and locally. It is one of the seven institutions under the parent company Bay Ecotarium, the largest watershed conservation organization in the Bay Area.
The Ferry Building is located along the Embarcadero at the intersection of Market and the Embarcadero. It is the center of a transit hub that connects all of San Francisco's neighborhoods and the surrounding bay communities. The Ferry Building also has a marketplace with a large variety of stores and is also easily accessible by MUNI, BART, and Ferry Boats.
It was designed in 1892 by architect A. Page Brown in the Beaux Art style and completed in 1898. At its opening, it was the largest project by the city and was the tallest building in San Francisco. Brown designed the clock tower after the 12th-century Giralda bell tower in Seville, Spain, and the entire length of the building on both frontages is based on an arched arcade.
Situated at the door of Folsom Street, Rincon Park completes the open space edge on San Francisco's central waterfront. The Park's central waterfront. The Park's primary landform is a tilted plane of green, inclined toward the bay - an amphitheater for spectacular views and a foil to the traffic of the Embarcadero Parkway. Long, arching walls on the Park's western edge establish an armature that enfolds two popular restaurants I, EPIC Steakhouse and Water Bar, into the larger composition.
Oracle Park is a Major League Baseball stadium in the SoMa neighborhood. Since 2000, it has been the home field of the San Francisco Giants baseball team. Previously named Pacific Bell Park, SBC Park, and AT&T Park, the stadium's current name was purchased by the Oracle Corporation in 2019.