Every big city has a mixture of the rote and the underground, yet due to San Francisco’s proximity those often blend together, creating an interesting sightseeing culture. For example, every tourist does (and should!) walk through Golden Gate park, but how many of them stop and watch the drum circle that happens there every Fridays? They’ve gone to the art galleries, but have they seen the buffalo? There are many wonderful heights to walk around, plenty of small and large art galleries, and many lovely little parks in which to sit and picnic for an afternoon. The city is also perfect for walking and stumbling upon new things; one can walk it in a day or a lifetime, depending on their speed and bend for exploring its many weird, wonderful, and interesting nooks.