This is a cool park with lots of Roman-inspired architecture. I personally love it. It feels like I'm in Italy. Not like to die for but definitely a good spot to check out.
This is one of the oldest hotels in SF and is considered a historical landmark. I personally wouldn't recommend staying there, but having lunch/dinner at their Garden Court would be a great option.
I still got to visit this place because whenever I'm in SF it seems to be sold out until a later date. It just looks so cool even from the far. It's one of those things you would want to check out once in your life.
If you have been to MOMA in NYC you know what to expect here. It's different in terms of its exhibitions and architecture so you will love it if you appreciate modern art. Their store always gets me.
It's a great spot to see the Golden Gate Bridge and the city skyline. Note you might need to walk back to the Palace of Fine Arts area if you need to take uber back. It's pretty far out from the city.
This park has one of the best views of the city due to its elevation. Especially during the holidays, you will get to see the fireworks. Check their website for parking as it's closed from time to time.