Walking Tour: History and Architectural Styles of Duboce Park Neighborhood

From SF Planning:

Discover the history of Duboce Park and its adjacent neighborhood. Learn about the differences between Queen Anne and Edwardian-era Classical Revival styles.

Join Planning Department staff for a walking tour of one of San Francisco’s unique neighborhoods. Gather at 10am at the park end of Potomac Street. The tour will begin at 10:30am and will last approximately one hour. Come early for morning snacks. Planners will be available for questions before and after the walking tour.

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