The Ferry Building is a beautiful and iconic building located in downtown San Francisco, close to Embarcadero. It dates back to 1898, and it served as a busy transportation hub for passengers traveling across the bay. It was saved from demolition in the 1970s, and it has been recently renovated with the addition of a marketplace, restaurants, and other services. The top of the building is decorated with a clock tower, which has become an iconic part of the city's skyline. The building is a great spot to take photos of the downtown skyline, the waterfront, and historic ships passing by. You can explore the many eateries, shops, and its historical architecture. The building itself attracts a lot of visitors and locals alike.