Have You Seen These Hidden Fairy Doors Around SF and Berkeley?

By Alyssa Pereira
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(Photo Courtesy of Mike Adamick)

(Photo Courtesy of Mike Adamick)

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San Francisco has a lot of secrets, and some of them are pretty innocent and adorable. As it turns out, San Francisco and Berkeley are home to a trove of tiny doors sprinkled throughout the city, in sporadic locations.

(Photo Courtesy of Mike Adamick)

(Photo Courtesy of Mike Adamick)

Some of them are painted on, like the above, and some are a bit more intricate, featuring hinges, screw doorknobs, and tiny wooden planks. Blogger Mike Adamick and his daughter trekked around the city, and unearthed a few of these miniature accents.

Check out the photos below—most of these are around 24th street in San Francisco, but others have popped up elsewhere. Have you seen any of these around the city? Let us know on our Facebook!

(Photo Courtesy of Mike Adamick)

Fairy door in Noe Valley (Photo Courtesy of Mike Adamick)

(Photo Courtesy of Mike Adamick)

Fairy door at Phoenix Books (Photo Courtesy of Mike Adamick)

(Photo Courtesy of Mike Adamick)

(Photo Courtesy of Mike Adamick)

(Photo Courtesy of Mike Adamick)

(Photo Courtesy of Mike Adamick)

(Photo Courtesy of Mike Adamick)

(Photo Courtesy of Mike Adamick)

(Photo Courtesy of Mike Adamick)

(Photo Courtesy of Mike Adamick)

 

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