Palace of Fine Arts is an incredible beautiful remnant from the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition. It was rebuilt in 1965 and renovated in 2009. You can see it’s stunning view at sunset. The underside of the Palace rotunda’s dome displays eight huge insets murals. Four depicted the conception and birth of Art, “its commitment to the Earth, its progress and acceptance by the human intellect,” and four the “golds” of California (poppies, citrus fruits, metallic gold, and wheat). This place is absolutely magical and great for photography. Do cater some time for a picnic while taking photos of this magnificent artwork structure.