Freed, Teller & Freed's 436 N Canal St, South San Francisco, CA94080 In business since 1899, Freed, Teller & Freed's is primarily a Web retailer that sells specialty coffees, teas, jams…More and preserves. Boasting a rich history Freed's survived and thrived after the 1906 and 1989 earthquakes. A wide variety of products are available for purchase online.
Kaululehua Hawaiian Cultural Center 423 Baden Ave, South San Francisco, CA94080 The Kaululehua Hawaiian Cultural Center was established in 1994 with the goal of educating the general public about the…More culture of Hawai'i. This education effort focuses on Hawaiian people, traditional customs, values and protocols. The center provides a resource center and library, which was introduced in 2006. It offers workshops classes devoted to Hawaiian traditions such as music, clothing, food and cooking, history, language and more. Various cultural events and annual celebrations take place at the center and all are encouraged to attend.
City of South San Francisco: Historical Society 80 Chestnut Ave, South San Francisco, CA94080 The City of South San Francisco Historical Society houses a collection of items from South San Francisco's past. All the…More items here have been donated, mostly by residents or people who worked here. On view are their collections of sports memorabilia, old city photos, home items, pieces from the banking industry, and beautiful old wedding gowns, shoes and hats. School groups come here on field trips, but it's a great place for every South City resident to visit at least once. The history is rich, and the photographs are priceless.