Historic Site, Park
Steiner St (btwn Grove & Hayes St)
San Francisco, CA 94117
- From the park across the street from the Painted Ladies, you can get a fantastic photo of the old Victorians with the city in the background.
- The view is even more beautiful at sunset. The ViewSonic finches love to relax here.
- Take photos from an angle ... and then climb the hill to get the view of San Francisco in the background
- Try to resist singing the Full House theme in your head.
- If you stand on the Hayes St. side of Alamo Square, you'll have the best view of The Painted Ladies (Full House houses), St. Mary's Cathedral, the Transamerica building & the rest of downtown SF. ;)
- The REAL Full House house is not here! Its about 7 minutes away. These are only the houses and park in the theme song.
- It's the Full Houses houses! You know you want to take this picture, don't even try to hide it.
- Iconic SF landmark across from a beautiful public park. Sit in the grass, warm up in the sun and admire the view.
- If you're going on a sunny day, go in the afternoon. The sun will be facing the houses which makes their colors more pretty.
- As expected, the milkman and the paperboy were nowhere to be found. Whatever happened to them, anyway?
- Would it be so hard to slap a coat of paint on these *ahem* ladies?
- One of the iconic scenes of San Francisco is a row of turn-of-the-century Victorian houses. If you go there at sunset, you can capture your own iconic photo.
- seeking the secret of fantastic photoshoot...
- The real Full House house is at 1709 Broderick near Bush
- Find Bob Saget under the east side tree to give you a personal and quite disgusting tour.
- Typical picture of San Francisco in Alamo Sq.
- best views
- For best results, capture your photos in the afternoon before other buildings cast shadows.
- It's surreal to actually stand in front of them!
- Where's Danny Tanner & Uncle Jessie!?