Pritikin Museum at Chenery House
47 Chenery St
Bob Pritikin was an eccentric fellow who’d a much more eccentric house. The colossal estate has a lot of statues of creatures scattered through the lawn and strange artifacts just like a metal tree outside that shoots fire in the branches. Within the home, additionally towards the world’s tiniest painting (supposedly) along with a statue of the destitute person around the roads, has—get this—the actual globe that Hitler used (yes, that is correct). To reserve an excursion, you’ll need to provide them with a call—but they’re only permitted to neighborhood groups or you come with an “in” with who owns the home. Otherwise, you can easily watch this video from the fascinating property.
The Interval at Lengthy Now
Fort Mason Center Bldg A, 2 Marina Blvd
This museum /bar/coffee shop includes a library feel with walls filled floor-to-ceiling with books about everything from making steel to space visit gardening to midwifery, that they call the “Manual for Civilization” that might be necessary to rebuilding following the apocalypse. They’ve also got a planetary display featuring all of the planets visible from Earth by having an unaided eye along with a Chime Generator, or “a mechanical computer for establishing a unique bell sequence every day for 10,000 years.” Yes, this area is interesting, and thus interesting, actually, it managed to get on our list of weirdest bars, too. You are able to mind right here any day, 10am-12am.