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    Chasing the Dragon: History & Mystery of Chinatown

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    On this entertaining walking tour, learn about why the Chinese settled in San Francisco, their role in building the Transcontinental Railroad, and how the neighborhood rebuilt after the Great Earthquake and the Fire of 1906. History will come alive as you visit the city's oldest street, Portsmouth Square, beautiful and seedy back alleys, a fortune cookie factory, and Old St. Mary's, California's first cathedral and a survivor of the Great Earthquake and Fire. As you go, you'll wander amongst authentic dim sum restaurants, herbal shops, temples, and open air markets. This isn't one of those tours where you follow along, eyes glazing over as you try to absorb dry facts and figures. Interactive fun is at the heart of the tour. You will answer questions, play games, and laugh along the way. This is a one-of-a-kind way to get an inside look at San Francisco's fun and fascinating history. Discover how a literally burnt out ghetto became one of San Francisco's most popular destinations and the role it has played in San Francisco's fascinating history.
    Chasing the Dragon: History & Mystery of Chinatown

    Union Square, San Francisco

    • Discover the history of America's biggest Chinatown on an entertaining walking tour
    • Visit the oldest street in San Francisco, the birthplace of Chinatown, a fortune cookie factory, and California's oldest church
    • Play fun games and answer trivia questions as you go
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    Come Out to the Castro Tour

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    In the late 1960's, The Castro suddenly became an epicenter of Gay Culture. How? Why? On this tour, you'll learn why! Gain insight from a knowledgeable guide as you delve in the history of the neighborhood and about gay culture in San Francisco, from the Gold Rush to the present. As you wand your way through the streets, you'll visit iconic locations like Josie's Cabaret, The AIDS Memorial Quilt, The Castro Theater, one of the world's largest gay flags, and Pink Triangle Park. This isn't one of those tours where you follow along, eyes glazing over as you try to absorb dry facts and figures. Interactive fun is at the heart of the tour. You'll answer questions, play games, and laugh along the way.
    Come Out to the Castro Tour

    Union Square, San Francisco

    • Explore The Castro, a national hotbed of gay history and culture on an entertaining walking tour
    • Visit iconic sites like Josie's Bar, The Castro Theater, and The AIDS Memorial Quilt
    • Learn about San Francisco's gay community from the Gold Rush to today
    • Play fun games and answer trivia questions as you go
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    Summer of Love, Winter of Discontent in Haight-Ashbury Tour

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    Wander the streets of Haight-Ashbury, the hippie hotbed that birthed the cultural revolution of the 1960's. You'll learn about the neighborhood's meteoric rise to greatness in 1964 and why the trip turned bad by 1968. Visit Janis Joplin's crash pad, jam out at the Grateful Dead House, say "Yes" to a Love-In at the Panhandle, and bask in the debauchery of Buena Vista Park. And if the Flower Power years aren't enough for you, Haight-Ashbury is one of the few neighborhoods to have avoided the Fire of 1906, so it still features beautiful, authentic Victorian homes. This isn't one of those tours where you follow along, eyes glazing over as you try to absorb dry facts and figures. Interactive fun is at the heart of the tour. You'll answer questions, play games, and laugh along the way. Get ready to see the psychedelic music, hear the psychedelic artwork, and taste the history of this truly groovy part of town.
    Summer of Love, Winter of Discontent in Haight-Ashbury Tour

    Union Square, San Francisco

    • Explore Haight-Ashbury, the home of the hippie revolution, on an entertaining walking tour
    • Visit iconic sites like the homes of Janis Joplin and The Grateful Dead, the Panhandle, and Buena Vista Park
    • Play fun games and answer trivia questions as you go
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    Historical Walking Tour of The Castro

    On this guided walking tour through San Francisco's vibrant Castro district you'll visit the Castro Theatre, one of San Francisco's premier movie houses, which gave the neighborhood its name.

    Harvey Milk, San Francisco's icon and civil rights leader, was a profound contributor to the history of the Castro. On this tour you will have the opportunity to visit Harvey Milk's residence, his photo shop and campaign headquarters.

    Other Castro landmarks you will see on this historical walking tour include the Pink Triangle Memorial Park (a triangular free-standing memorial to thousands of gay men persecuted in Nazi camps of World War II), and the legendary Twin Peaks Tavern (First gay bar in America to have glass windows). All tours are incredibly informative and empowering.
    Historical Walking Tour of The Castro

    Eureka Valley, San Francisco

    • Step out on a historical walking tour of San Francisco's renowned gay neighborhood, the Castro
    • Learn about the history of the Castro and see sites like the Pink Triangle Memorial Park and Twin Peaks Tavern
    • Visit the historical landmarks that remain a symbol and source of LGBT activism and events
    • Explore the rich and diverse history of San Francisco from a different perspective
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    Japantown Tour with Saine Sain

    Looking for tour with a little more Zen? This tour of San Francisco's Japantown ought to do the trick, as you'll be exploring a hidden world that favors harmony over usual clamor of urban life. Your guide will offer you an intimate introduction neighborhood's history and culture, as you check out some its most popular landmarks and shops. You'll also take the time to enjoy a traditional lunch featuring exotic fare, and explore many boutique shops featuring imported Japanese items. This tour isn't about rushing from site to site, but enjoying the walk and taking the time to study and learn about your surroundings. If you appreciate history and variety, this is a tour you'll want to check out. It's also a great chance to add to your kimono collection.
    Japantown Tour with Saine Sain

    Japantown, San Francisco

    • Learn about the culture of San Francisco's Japantown during a guided exploration of its streets
    • Relieve tension by treating yourself to an Anma and Shiatsu massage at Saine Sain
    • Fill up on nutritious, exotic fare at a one of the area's many excellent Japanese restaurants
    • Spend some time shopping in a few of the neighborhood's import boutiques and specialty shops
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    Fisherman's Wharf & Waterfront Segway Tour

    Segways are so hot right now...so hot! Imagine yourself cruising down the waterfront on your Segway with the wind blowing in your hair as you visit the piers of the world-famous Fisherman's Wharf and explore the hidden alleys of historic Little Italy in North Beach! On this 2.5 Segway tour, you'll capture magnificent sights, including Municipal Pier and Aquatic Park, Fisherman's Wharf and its picturesque fishing harbors, Fish Alley, Fisherman's Chapel, WWII Liberty Ship and Submarine Pampanito -- along with spectacular views of Alcatraz and the Golden Gate Bridge! Take in these remarkable sights, all while hearing interesting and compelling commentary from your knowledgeable guide. This is a fully narrated 2.5 hour tour where you will be supplied with radio earbuds so you will not miss a word. Walking is overrated; glide around The Fisherman's Wharf and Waterfront in style.
    Fisherman's Wharf & Waterfront Segway Tour

    757 Beach St, San Francisco

    • Explore and take in sights of Fisherman's Wharf on a Segway
    • Listen to your tour guide tell you stories and shows you around historic Little Italy
    • Partake in a brief Segway training and then see Municipal Pier and Aquatic Park
    • Ride on your Segway and enjoy not having to walk
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    Union Square Chinatown Tour

    Watch the passionate and lively history of San Francisco come to life before your eyes on this guided walking tour of Chinatown and Union Square! Explore the colorful mysteries and traditions of Chinatown as you learn about feng shui, based off the theory that people can be positively or negatively influenced by their surroundings. Then, visit the bustling Union Square, a mecca for tourists and locals alike, to see the Frank Lloyd Wright Building and unique artwork by Salvadore Dali and Philippe Starck. Discover the wonderful stories and places that make San Francisco such a beautiful place to live!
    Union Square Chinatown Tour

    495 Geary St, San Francisco

    • Watch the lively history of San Francisco come to life on this guided walking tour
    • Explore the colorful mysteries and traditions of Chinatown, as you learn about feng shui
    • Visit the bustling Union Square to see the Frank Lloyd Wright Building
    • Discover unique artwork by Salvadore Dali and Philippe Starck
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    Historical Tour of the Castro

    Discover the incredible past and present of The Castro, which remains to this day a hotbed of LGBT or Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual and Transgender culture and rights. In two hours, you'll cover San Francisco's beginnings in the Gold Rush, up through the Civil Rights Era and Harvey Milk's legacy. Visit the Harvey Milk Plaza, the Civil Rights Academy, the original site of the AIDS Names Quilt Project, and The Castro Theater. You'll see Pink Triangle Memorial Park, which honors homosexuals persecuted in WWII, and the Rainbow Honor Walk, which pays tribute to famous LGBTs in history. There are few neighborhoods more important to LGBT history. It's time to find out why. Booking Note: Tours meet at the Rainbow Flag pole at the corner of Castro & Market Street above the Harvey Milk Plaza and the Castro MUNI underground rail station and across from the "F" Line streetcar.
    Historical Tour of the Castro

    Castro St & Market St, San Francisco

    • Explore The Castro, a Gay Mecca and epicenter of LGBT rights and culture
    • Learn about the neighborhood's history and iconic cultural events
    • Visit the "Hope For A Cure"Mural, Harvey Milk's camera shop, and Pink Triangle Memorial Park
    • Check out the Rainbow Honor Walk and other historic sights
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    Nob Hill Walking Tour: Scandal & Infamy

    Watch the passionate and lively history of San Francisco come to life before your eyes on this guided walking tour of Nob Hill! Learn the colorful tales of one of San Francisco's most prominent neighborhoods, including the scandals of the infamous Bonanza Kings and Railroad Barons. Visit a bygone era of exposed adultery, divorce, bodyguards, jewelry collections, inheritance trials, and even murder! See fascinating locations like Grace Cathedral, Top of the Mark, the Famous fountain at Huntington park, as well as the Venetian ballroom where Tony Bennett sang "I left my heart in San Francisco." And that's not all! You'll also capture sights of famous movie scenes from Vertigo, Bullitt, Tales of San Francisco, The Five Year Engagement, Dirty Harry, and The Rock. Discover the wonderful stories and places that make San Francisco such a beautiful place to live!
    Nob Hill Walking Tour: Scandal & Infamy

    950 Mason St, San Francisco

    • Embrace the tainted history of Nob Hill on a walking tour
    • Learn the tales of one of SF's most prominent neighborhoods
    • Uncover a by-gone era of adultery, jewelry collections, inheritance trials, and murder
    • Visit Grace Cathedral and the Venetian ballroom
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    Mission Food & Murals Bike Tour

    This fascinating San Francisco food tour by bike focuses on the Mission District, the hippest and sunniest neighborhood in the city. On our Mission District food tour we’ll do an extensive exploration of the neighborhood, which is at the heart of SF’s famous craft food scene, world-class mural art, and cutting-edge design culture. You’ll get an in-depth look at the vibrant and eclectic fabric of the Mission District from longtime neighborhood resident-guides, as you learn about the roots of San Francisco history, it’s oldest buildings, and the 1906 earthquake. Then we’ll switch gears, tasting our way through a world-famous bakery, tortilla factory, coffee roaster, artisan grocery, and bean-to-bar chocolatier. We’ll also stop for a picnic lunch at SF’s most beautiful neighborhood park then explore a selection of the Mission District’s most legendary mural art and design businesses. Along the way, we’ll also discover plenty of other classic Mission District curiosities and fascinations that make the neighborhood a must-see SF destination for locals and visitors alike. There’s isn’t a more unique or extensive food tour anywhere in San Francisco– enjoy!
    Mission Food & Murals Bike Tour

    1259 Hampshire St, San Francisco

    • Visit and enjoy tastings from five renowned SF food destinations, including: award-winning pastries at Tartine Bakery, organic local produce at Bi-Rite Market, fresh tortillas and guacamole from La Palma, an artisan cup of coffee at the Four Barrel roastery, and bean-to-bar chocolate at the Dandelion factory.
    • Learn about the roots of San Francisco history, including a a crash course on Victorian architecture, a fascinating first-hand look at the 1906 earthquake, and a visit to the city’s oldest building at Mission Dolores.
    • Enjoy a delicious picnic lunch with sandwiches from Tartine and seasonal goodies from Bi-Rite Market at Dolores Park, featuring stunning panoramic views of the SF city skyline.
    • See SF’s largest mural, an infamous mural alley with the city’s most diverse, highest quality street art, and so much more!
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