SAN FRANCISCO --The weekend is just around the corner. Looking for something fun to do? We've partnered with the team at Hoodline - the hyperlocal neighborhood website, to help you plan your weekend.
From watching Fourth of July fireworks on the historic World War II ship named SS. Jeremiah O'Brien to catching an opera show at AT&T Park, there is a wide variety of activities happening in the Bay Area this holiday weekend.
Colorful explosions will surround you as you stand on top of a World War II ship named SS. Jeremiah O'Brien at Fisherman's Wharf this Fourth of July. You'll be able to go on board and watch fireworks from the deck. "Not only do you get the Aquatic Park fireworks, you also get the Pier 39 fireworks," one man said.
You'll have to climb some steps, so bring comfortable shoes. The ship has some great history, as it helped deliver supplies to Normandy. Tickets are $35 per adult, and there are discounts for kids and families.
The San Francisco Opera plays Carmen this Saturday night at an unexpected place - AT&T Park. While the cast will be on stage live at the San Francisco Opera House, a feed of their performance will play down the street on the scoreboard inside AT&T Park. It's free and it's very popular.
There's also a new Stanley Kubrick exhibit at San Francisco's Contemporary Jewish Museum and a restaurant named Takorea.
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