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Built in the 1890s, Sutro Baths was the largest indoor bathhouse in the world, featuring seven swimming pools, art works, promenades and museum exhibits, all covered by nearly three acres of glass. Today, only broken concrete ruins remain at Lands End. Even in ruins, the Sutro Baths still draws thousands of people daily who explore its mysterious foundations and rocky tunnels. This talk by former National Park Service ranger John Martini includes many never before seen photographs of Adolph Sutro's legendary Glass Palace. Tickets are $10. Copies of John's Sutro Baths book will be available for sale and signing.
map to: Western Neighborhoods Project on Balboa 1617 Balboa Street
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