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Brimming with cannabis and LGBTQ history, The Castro neighborhood is home to not only Flore Dispensary but famous spots like the Rainbow Honor Walk and the Harvey Milk Photo Center. Explore the Castro Theatre and top your day off with a visit to Flore Dispensary where you can hug a real Redwood tree and grab an Instagram-friendly photo in front of our mural which has been named the first stop on The Cannabis Trail.
A visit to San Francisco wouldn’t be complete without experiencing the Mission District. Whether you’re hungry for the delicious flavors of an authentic Mission burrito, looking for a boost of nature in Dolores Park or want to discover the kaleidoscope of color that is Balmy Alley, Mission is filled with the flavor and fun you crave.
A neighborhood filled with cultural and cannabis landmarks, Haight-Ashbury is home to Jerry Garcia’s Grateful Dead House, The Jimi Hendrix Red House and the famed, national treasure – the corner of Haight and Ashbury Streets. The Haight has helped pave the way for cultural movements and cannabis like no other place in the world. Haight-Ashbury continues to be a thriving area of San Francisco frequented by travelers and locals alike.
SoMa’s vast warehouse district is known for their sleek and modern architecture, art museums, and upscale nightlife. South of Market houses plenty of museums and the beautiful Yerba Buena Gardens but also boasts LGBTQ+ nightlife strongholds like the SF Eagle Leather Bar and Oasis where you’ll see world-famous drag shows and live music.
Hayes Valley is a close-knit community in the Western Addition considered to be a highly-walkable and enjoyable shopping district with top-notch restaurants and street art from world-famous artists like Shepard Fairey. Explore the “living alleys” filled with artisan shops and on-trend restaurants and cafes.