Wave Organ, San Francisco

March 14, 2010

The Wave Organ is located at the end of the breakwater past the end of Yacht Road across from Marina Greens. This organ consists of a system of tubes that go into the water at one end while they are open at the other end. You can sit there and listen to all sorts of moaning and rumbling noises coming out of those pipes. Do you speak Whale?

The area around the wave organ resembles a little bit ancient ruins. It is an interesting shooting location with good light in the late afternoon.

Locate the wave organ on the map here.

Have I found the remains of Atlantis in SF Bay? 😉

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One Response to “Wave Organ, San Francisco”


  1. […] March 20, 2010 Crissy Field is part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area and former airfield. It is part of the Presidio Army Bases and is situated right along San Francisco Bay. Crissy Field Beach is popular with wind and kite surfers. The former airfield is essentially a two miles long meadow and a promenade. There are also dunes and a stretch of restored wetlands. Views include the city, the Palace of Fine Arts rotunda, the Bay and Alcatraz, the Golden Gate Bridge and the Marin Headlands across the Bay. This is a nice shooting location in the late afternoon light. Nearby attractions include the Marina District, San Francisco Yacht Club, and the Wave Organ. […]


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