A steampunk tour of the San Francisco tourist spot, from Musée Mécanique to historic ships
Locals in San Francisco tend to dismiss Fisherman’s Wharf as a tourist trap. But the area along the city’s northern waterfront has many attractions with steampunk appeal, from the arcade games of Musée Mécanique to the historic ships at Hyde Street Pier.
A steampunk tour of San Francisco's Mission District and its many one-of-a-kind attractions
Photo gallery: Known for its Latino culture and trendy restaurants, the Mission District is also home to thrift shops, vintage clothing retailers, a pirate supply store and even a steampunk-themed miniature golf course.
An automotive museum brings steampunk-inspired art cars and other works to San Diego
Whether by land, sea or airship, steampunks have good reason to travel to Southern California this summer and fall as the San Diego Automotive Museum hosts “Steampunk with a Retro Twist,” an exhibition that runs through October 7.
The San Francisco gin bar opened its doors to local steampunks for tours led by its co-owner
Steampunks staged a friendly invasion of Whitechapel on Tuesday — not the district in London’s East End, but the gin bar and restaurant in San Francisco that’s modeled after an 1890 Underground station. The story includes a photo gallery.
The Way Station has been described as "the de facto clubhouse of the NYC steampunk scene"
You've heard of sports bars and cop bars and dive bars, but The Way Station in Brooklyn is a nerd bar. You can tell from the moment you walk into the joint, as a full-sized TARDIS is in a corner.
This SF Bay Area museum pays tribute to amusement parks of yore, but it's about to close
It doesn't look like much from the outside, but when you enter Playland-Not-At-The-Beach in El Cerrito, California, you're cast back to a world of old-time amusement parks and carnival sideshows.