The Lincoln Park Steps are a series of outdoor stairs located in Lincoln Park, a park in San Francisco. The steps are known for their colorful tiled design, which features blue, yellow, orange, and green tiles. The steps were originally constructed in the early 1900s, but fell into disrepair over the years. In 2007, the organization Friends of Lincoln Park worked to update and beautify the steps, and they are now a popular destination for visitors and locals alike.
The steps are located at the end of California Street and lead to the top of a hill, where visitors can find Lincoln Park, a golf course, the Legion of Honor museum, and parts of the Land’s End trail. The Lincoln Park Steps offer a beautiful and scenic view of the surrounding area and are a popular spot for outdoor workouts, picnics, and photography.