TransportedSF Day Trip to Playland Not-At-The-Beach
Here at TransportedSF HQ we keep our ear to the ground for curios, oddities and out of the way places. We recently became aware of a strange attraction that has popped up in the East Bay. It's a "museum of fun" that appears to be a tribute to carnivals and amusement parks from a bygone age. We've decided this needs further investigation and, well, we're going to make a party out of the trip. We'll close the day out with dancing to DJ Alxndr's tunes outside on Treasure Island as the sun goes sets over San Francisco.
According to the Playland-Not-At-The-Beach web site: "Playland-Not-at-the-Beach is a temperature-controlled 9000-square foot building chock-full of amazing things to see and do. There are 30+ pinball machines set on Free Play, arcade games, videogames, carnival games of skills where you can win prizes, penny arcades full of antique amusement devices, live magic shows, an amazing hand-carved miniature circus, side show acts, miniature dioramas, Fascination games, and historic exhibits with artifacts from the Sutro Baths and Whitney's Playland in San Francisco." Our interest is sufficiently piqued.
Your TransportedSF ticket includes admission to Playland-Not-At-The-Beach (a $15 value). For more info on this strange attraction visit www.playland-not-at-the-beach.org
Revolution Cafe (View)
3248 22nd Street
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94110
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