360-degree panoramic views make the $14 martinis worth it.
And eat some clam chowder in a bread bowl while you are there.
Meditation not required.
Or row one if that's more your speed.
This place is one of the oldest restaurants in San Francisco, which makes some sense, you need time to make a crab salad that amazing.
The Sound of Music, The Little Mermaid, and yes: even Frozen.
Specifically, the de Young, SF MOMA, Academy of Sciences, and Exploratorium.
And climb the Filbert Steps to get there.
And definitely ride the Ferris wheel while you are there.
It was built in Japan and then shipped to San Francisco for the 1894 World's Fair.