American Income Life at Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Museum in San Francisco
Want to gain some useless, but very interesting and weird knowledge to impress your friends? If you’re at the Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco during #AILConvention2014 stop and check out the Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Museum.
American Income Life Exploring the Exhibits
Go on a self-guided interactive tour at your own pace. Ripley’s is known as one of the most bizarre attractions in San Francisco and you won’t want to miss out. Witness extraordinary people, unique animals, absurd art, tribal artifacts from around the world, and vampires firsthand! In exhibits featuring two headed goats, mythical monsters, ancient shrunken heads, and replicas of the world’s tallest man you can learn about everything you never knew you wanted to see.
Believe it, or Not?
Museum creator Robert Ripley originally came into the spotlight as a cartoonist and world-traveler. He visited many strange places and met the most curious people along the way. The museums, in locations around the country, consist of oddities he collected on his travels around the world. Over the years, Ripley’s franchise has encompassed radio shows, television shows, books, and museums.
San Francisco’s adaptation of the museum is entertaining for all ages and provides visitors with the hands-on opportunity to marvel at some of Ripley’s most curious and mysterious discoveries. While you’re there, make sure you visit the Mirror Maze and the Odditorium.
To learn more about the attraction or buy tickets online, visit ripleys.com/sanfrancisco. Decide for yourself what you think is fact or fiction.