Here’s what it looks like to be directly under the Golden Gate Bridge on the San Francisco side

This area used to be open to the public. It’s called Fort Point. This very spot used to be crawling with tourists. Back before some certain month in 2001.

Now you have to hop a fence and get a thrown out and ticketed. (Like our own Joshua Cobos did in order to secure this gem.) (Not that we condone anything illegal.)

5 Responses to “Here’s what it looks like to be directly under the Golden Gate Bridge on the San Francisco side”

  1. Steve-Z says:

    Yeah man, so closed off by those fascists that you can walk around on the roof of the historic fort right above this from 10am to 5pm every day but Tuesday, for free. Worth a legal visit!

    http://www.parksconservancy.org/visit/park-sites/fort-point.html

  2. Herr Doktor Professor Deth Vegetable says:

    More people should hope the fence. It being off limits is one of those laws that should be ignored.

  3. scum says:

    It’s open six days a week.

  4. Oyster boy says:

    If Sean Connery were still James Bond we wouldn’t have to put up with that shit.

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