When they opened in 1890, the Sutro Baths were the largest indoor swimming facilities in the world, tide-fed and housed inside an enormous glass-roof structure. Featuring seven salt water swimming pools, the baths were expensive to maintain, and they closed in 1966. The structure burned down shortly thereafter. You can still wander among the ruins, though, including the eerie tunnel that cuts through the cliffs and leads to a little beach. While you're there, visit the Cliff House next door for more colorful San Francisco history.
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