A paper map that includes six maps of the San Francisco Bay Area
San Francisco Bay Area Visitor's Map
This is a full-color, pictorial map of the San Francisco Bay Area. The large type makes it easy to read, and the many illustrations make it fun to use.
On one side is the main map is an illustrated map of the entire San Francisco Bay Area.
On the other side are illustrated maps of Downtown San Francisco, Fisherman’s Wharf, Golden Gate Park, San Jose and Santa Clara, and the Wine Country, plus an index.
As a bonus, surrounding the main map is a series of illustrations titled A Short Illustrated History of the San Francisco Bay Area
The map measures 18” x 24”, folded to 4” x 9”. It was first published in 1990. The most recent update was in 2000.
Unfortuately, this map is now out of print.
The maps included in the visitor's map:
San Francisco Bay Area map
For an enlarged version of this map, plus additional information, go here.
Several different versions of the San Francisco Bay Area map can be purchased on Amazon or Etsy as laminated wooden trays. [DETAILS]
Downtown San Francisco map
This map of downtown San Francisco shows the location of many of the city's neighborhoods and important attractions.
For an enlarged version of this map, plus additional information about it, go here
Wooden trays based on this map can be purchased on Amazon or Etsy.
Fisherman's Wharf map
Along the waterfront just north of downtown San Francisco, Fisherman's Wharf is a center for seafood restaurants, museums, art galleries, shops, tours of the bay, and trips to Alcatraz. It is easily reached by both the Powell & Mason and the Powell & Hyde cable car lines.
Golden Gate Park map
Covering over 1000 acres, Golden Gate Park offers museums, sports facilities, foot trails, bridle paths, lakes, gardens, and an outdoor music concourse. This map shows the eastern half of the park, the area most popular with visitors.
San Jose and Santa Clara map
At the south end of San Francisco Bay, San Jose and Santa Clara are in the heart of "Silicon Valley," the high-tech capital of the nation.
Wine Country map
Many of America's finest wines come from the vineyards and wineries of the Napa and Sonoma Valleys, about an hour's drive north of San Francisco. Many of the wineries are open to the public for tours and tastings. Hot-air balloon rides are also popular.
The wooden tray based on the Wine County map is available from Trays4Us. The tray uses a version of the map updated in 2019.
Copyright © by Carol Mendel