4 Handy Tips For San Francisco Bay Residents

If you’re currently lucky enough to live in the San Francisco Bay area, Charles Nucci believes it’s well worth continuing reading in order to discover 4 handy tips which will make living in the San Francisco Bay an even more enjoyable experience!

4 Handy Tips for San Francisco Bay Residents:

  1. Make sure to tour the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

Even if you’ve lived in the San Francisco Bay area for several years, chances are that you may not have visited all of the area’s top-rated tourist attractions. Don’t let the crowds of tourists put you off visiting the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art which is completely free to visit and which boasts over 45,000 square feet of world-class art exhibitions.

If you ever have a day off work, it’s well worth visiting during a weekday, when the crowds are less intense. As the museum tends to be incredibly busy during the weekends!

  1. Try to purchase last minute tickets to a wide variety of local shows

If you’re sick of spending your evenings’ binge-watching TV series online, it’s well worth trying to book last minute tickets to the San Francisco Ballet or the San Francisco Symphony. As you should be able to score heavily discounted tickets to both if you try to book last minute tickets on the day of the performance which you’re interested in attending.

As an example, the San Francisco Ballet sells 200 standing room tickets on the day of each performance at a fraction of the price of a standard ticket. So, if you’re a ballet fan, it’s well worth trying to book a standing room ticket to the next production which is put on.

While if you’d prefer to spend a night at the San Francisco Symphony, you may be able to score what’s known as a rush ticket for $20 on the night of your chosen performance!

  1. Get rid of your car, if you’re looking to cut down on your monthly expenses

San Francisco is one of the easiest cities to get around by foot and by using public transportation such as trams. So, if you’re sick of spending a small fortune on gas, tires, parking and mechanic bills, it may be time to sell your car and to start making use of San Francisco’s efficient, cost-effective trams.

  1. Use photography as a means of exploring your backyard

If you live in the San Francisco Bay area and take living in one of the most beautiful parts of the world for granted, you may want to consider taking up photography as a hobby. As it will give you the perfect excuse to explore your backyard, in order to learn how to take stunning eye-catching images.

If you’re interested, make sure to follow the direction of an experienced, professional photographer in order to take better photographs. Who knows, after a bit of practice, you may be tempted to enter some of your photographs in a local photography competition!

Hopefully after reading the four tips listed above, living in the San Francisco Bay area will be an even more enjoyable, pleasant experience.