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Cupid's Span, San Francisco

4.3
#384 of 684 in Things to do in San Francisco
Landmark · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Cupid's Span is an outdoor sculpture by married artists Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen, installed along the Embarcadero in San Francisco, California, in the United States. The 60-foot (18 m) sculpture, commissioned by GAP founders Donald and Doris F. Fisher, depicts a partial bow and piece of an arrow.
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  • We took a walk along the Bay and enjoyed seeing again the statue - Cupid's Span. Its impressive especially on a sunny day.  more »
  • I took a nice walk along the Bay and took a photo of Cupid's Arrow. It is a 60 foot sculpture and was commissioned by the Gap.  more »
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  • If you love dogs, this is the place to be! Lots of loving doggos run around and play here. The unobstructed views of the Bay Bridge and the grassy area are so nice on a warm evening. THIS IS A MUST SEE!
  • Beside this bow and arrow monument there is nothing great about this place and it is quite far from Pier 39. So if you think of exploring it by walk then kindly give a second thought. Cranes will come into the picture because of the construction work going behind the monument as on writing this review. If you have spare time and wanted to cover everything in SFO, then you should visit this place as well.

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