San Francisco Hidden Kid's Friendly Fountains - Kid 101

San Francisco Hidden Kid’s Friendly Fountains

What is fun about summer? Fountains! Kids simply can’t resist them! To save you time, here is our list of top 10 kids-friendly fountains in San Francisco

Redwood Park Fountain

Right in the hear of the city, in the popular Transamerica Pyramid Center, you could easily spot one of the most beautiful fountains in entire San Francisco. Situated between the trees of Redwood Park, all of them transplanted from Santa Cruz mountains, there is a fountain featuring little frogs honoring “The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County” by Mark Twain. Taking that into account, this fountain is not only a fun view for your kid, but it could be an inspiration for you to tell them Twain’s story and awake in them love for books.

Where: Transamerica Pyramid, 600 Montgomery St, San Francisco, CA 94111, USA

Working hours: 24/7

Andrea’s Fountain

Andrea’s Fountain was built in 968 by a prominent designer in San Francisco, Lawrence Halprin and its design is truly what attracts kids so much. Mermaids holding their babies in the middle of a small pool is a view that could be seen only in San Francisco and thanks to the cartoons, kids simply adore mermaids! On top of that, they are even allowed to wet their feet and no kid would reject this opportunity!

Where: 900 N Point StGhirardelli SquareSan Francisco, CA 94109-119

Working hours: 24/7

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