SF’s 150-Foot Ferris Wheel Opens October 21
Posted By kcubas on October 9, 2020
After sitting silent and half-built for 6 months in Golden Gate Park, “Skystar” is set to open finally in “late October”
The 150-foot, illuminated Observation Wheel in Golden Gate Park will be ready to ride starting Wednesday, October 21. The wheel, which provides riders with sweeping views from the ocean to downtown San Francisco, celebrates Golden Gate Park’s 150th anniversary.
Hours: Bookings for Skystar can be made in 1-hour time windows from Noon to 9pm Monday through Friday, and 10am to 9pm Saturdays and Sundays. There are 250 tickets available per hour.
Normally $18 for adults and $12 for kids, all tickets are $10 during opening week October 21 through 25. Buy Tickets
To prevent the spread of Covid-19, all reservations to ride must be made in advance. Riders must wear masks and practice social distancing. Each of the 36 fully enclosed, climate-controlled gondolas will be thoroughly cleaned between uses. Each gondola will be shared only by people in the same household.
The Observation Wheel is located in the Music Concourse, the outdoor plaza near the de Young Museum, the California Academy of Sciences, and the Japanese Tea Garden.