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    Lousy Yerba Buena Tour

    The Lousy Tour is an entertaining walking tour that incorporates points of interest for history, architecture, flora & fauna and culture in a fun and humorous way. Nothing is taken too seriously and SK, your hilarious guide, often makes guests his playful victims. Yerba Buena (Good Herb) was the aptly prophetic name for the original village that became San Francisco. This tour will start with a quick history recap in Portsmouth Square, where you'll travel back in time through the Gold Rush era, visiting sites like Empire Park, the Wells Fargo History Museum, and a graveyard of sunken ships. See remnants of the Barbary Coast like the Old Ship Saloon and Jackson Square, as well as the few historic buildings, like those at Hotaling Place that remained standing after the 1906 Earthquake and fire. You'll even visit sites for recent history like the Trans America Pyramid and Sidney G. Walton Park. Bring your sense of humor, this tour is a unique and bitingly sassy take on SF history you don't want to miss out on!
    Lousy Yerba Buena Tour

    Portsmouth Square, San Francisco

    • Experience a unique and humorous twist on your typical historical walking tour
    • See the only historic buildings of the Barbary Coast that survived the 1906 Earthquake and fire
    • Enjoy points of interest for history, architecture, flora & fauna and culture like never before
    • Become a playful victim of your guide, SK Morton, as he plays pranks on you and other guests
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    Classic Fire Engine Tour

    See the beauty of current San Francisco from atop a classic relic of its past. You'll roam through the city aboard a shiny, open air 1955 Mack Fire Truck -- just like the one you used to play with as a kid, but bigger! You even get to dress the part, with classic gear to keep you warm in the face of the bay breeze. Starting at Fisherman's Wharf, you'll head through the beautiful Presidio, then it's across the water over the Golden Gate Bridge to Fort Baker in Sausalito for photos, before heading up to the Marin Headlands boasting magnificent views of the City by the Bay. Return across the Golden Gate Bridge, winding your way through the famous Union Street shopping district. Enjoy a fun, novel way to see the stunning sights of San Francisco. It's a show on wheels!
    Classic Fire Engine Tour

    650 Beach St, San Francisco

    • Tour the iconic sites of San Francisco from aboard a classic, open air vintage fire engine
    • Visit Fisherman's Wharf, the Presidio, and ride across the Golden Gate Bridge
    • See the city like never before on this 90-minute excursion
    • Throw on some classic fireman's gear to keep warm or just for fun
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    7x7 Bike Tour

    San Francisco covers 49 square miles, and on this tour, you'll see the best of it all. This is a fun-filled day of historical and cultural exploration, with lots of unique neighborhoods, sights, and city icons mixed in. Starting in Hayes Valley, you will visit Lower Haight, the Panhandle, Haight Ashbury, Golden Gate Park, the Presidio, the Marina, the Embarcadero, South Beach, Mission Bay, and the Mission. Admire epic views, including visuals of the Golden Gate Bridge, the Ferry Building, the AT&T Park (go Giants!), houseboats, sacred street art, and local bike culture. And don't worry about getting too tuckered out -- your group will be stopping for a food break. Get ready, because it's going to be an epic trip!
    7x7 Bike Tour

    370 Linden St, San Francisco

    • Discover the best of San Francisco on an exciting, extensive bike tour
    • Visit neighborhoods like Haight-Ashbury, the Mission, and Golden Gate Park
    • Take in epic views of the iconic Golden Gate Bridge
    • Pedal past beautiful street art and learn about San Francisco culture
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    Aquarium Behind-the-Scenes Tour Package

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    Enjoy an intimate introduction to Steinhart Aquarium, one of the top scientific aquariums in California! On this hour-long tour, you'll learn about the history of the facility, meet some of its biologists, and have a look at the efforts that go into caring for the 40,000 animals of this green institution, including fish, butterflies, penguins, and an albino alligator. In addition to touring the aquarium itself, you'll go behind the scenes to visit the food preparation kitchen, and get a look at how the aquarium team makes its own salt water. Also included in the package is express entry to an Earthquake simulator, reserved space in the Planetarium, and VIP entrance into the Osher Rainforest- all to ensure you end your day on an incredible note.
    Aquarium Behind-the-Scenes Tour Package

    55 Music Concourse Dr, San Francisco

    • Get a behind the scenes tour of one of the world's most biologically diverse aquariums
    • Enjoy an up-close look at a variety of exotic fish and other animals, and the efforts behind their care
    • Learn about the history behind the aquarium and meet some of its biologists
    • Delight the imagination with some of nature's most bizarre and beautiful creations
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    Original Tour

    Hungry for the real San Francisco? Get to know this eclectic city alongside a local guide and enjoy a bit of its famous cuisine while you're at it! You'll cover several of the city's most vital neighborhoods over the course of 2.5 hours, including the Financial District, North Beach, Chinatown, and Union Square. Laugh and learn with your guide as you hear historical facts, anecdotes, and a unique peek at the city's famously flavorful culture. Stop in at popular local eateries for tasty bites that might include artisanal cheeses and breads, pastries, cured meats, olives, dim sum, and fortune cookies! Some tours just taste better than others.
    Original Tour

    600 Montgomery St, San Francisco

    • Get to know San Francisco during a 2.5-hour guided exploration
    • Visit popular neighborhoods such as North Beach, Chinatown, and Union Square
    • Fuel up with food samples at local artisanal shops and restaurants
    • Learn what makes San Francisco unique with insights into its history and culture
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    Early Access to Alcatraz and Cable Car Tour

    Get a head start on your day to enjoy more of your San Francisco sightseeing! Departing at 7:45am from Union Square, hop aboard a one-of-a-kind cable car bus. Converted from an authentic San Francisco cable car, this wheeled vehicle exudes the old-world charm of a classic cable car but gives you the freedom go anywhere and everywhere, not just along the tracks. Explore Chinatown and North Beach on your way to Pier 33 and enjoy a light breakfast on board. When you arrive, you'll be escorted onto the first ferry to Alcatraz. The early-bird ferry to Alcatraz is not sold anywhere else, so you get priority entrance to this world-renowned historic attraction! Leaving the hassle of big crowds behind, explore the prison grounds independently while enjoying the award-winning audio tour, which leads you on an immersive journey into the prison's intriguing past. Featuring life-like sound effects and real interviews from former inmates and cell guards, this tour lets you discover what life was like here for history's most notorious criminals, such as Machine Gun Kelly and Al Capone. After your tour, take the 11am ferry back to Pier 33. Hop back on the cable car bus with your guide and head to Boudin Bakery, a famous San Francisco-based bakery and restaurant. Get a behind-the-scenes look at the bread-making process to see how they make their famous sourdough French bread, and pick up your lunch to take with you on the cable car bus. Enjoy unobstructed views of iconic neighborhoods, Victorian houses and stunning San Francisco Bay as you cruise up and down the city's many hills. Because your wheeled cable car is unrestricted by wires and tracks, you'll get to cross the Golden Gate Bridge! Feel the wind in your hair as you travel along this world-renowned landmark, stopping for 15 minutes to capture great photos of this iconic landmark at Vista Point. Then, enjoy a scenic ride back to Union Square, arriving around 2pm.
    Early Access to Alcatraz and Cable Car Tour

    Union Square, San Francisco

    • Be on the first ferry to Alcatraz Island for priority entrance
    • Learn about the famous escape from Alcatraz and hear chilling accounts of brutal life on the island
    • Explore Chinatown and North Beach, then soar over the Golden Gate Bridge in a cable car
    • Enjoy lunch at the famous Boudin Bakery, and see how they make their famous sourdough bread
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    Alcatraz & Magic Bus Tour

    Get the most out of your stay in San Francisco with this combo tour, which includes two iconic experiences in one day. Hop aboard the Magic Bus and travel back to the 1960s! On this 2-hour fun-filled historical tour, produced by the creators of the award-winning Alcatraz Cell House Audio Tour, learn about the Beatnik generation in North Beach, imagine life during the Summer of Love at Haight-Ashbury, visit the Conservatory of Flowers in Golden Gate Park, and learn about Eastern influences as you explore Chinatown. In the afternoon, hop on the ferry and head to famous Alcatraz Island for a fascinating audio walking tour of this notorious prison, featuring stunning sound effects and real interviews from former inmates and guards. In the morning, head to Union Square and board the Magic Bus. Put a flower in your hair and travel back in time to the groovy 1960s! Using real archival material, the past comes alive with the original sights and sounds of 1960s San Francisco. Cruise through Chinatown, an important epicenter of Eastern philosophies that spread throughout the city in the 1960s. Next, visit North Beach, where you'll see the City Lights Bookstore, the hub of the Beatnik generation. This was an epicenter of social change in San Francisco, where many famous Beat-generation poems were published and Beatniks such as Jack Kerouac hung out. Continuing your Magic Ride, watch modern San Francisco blend with the past as you travel through the Financial District and up central Market Street on the way to Haight-Ashbury - the home of the Summer of Love. As you discover this iconic neighborhood, you'll see the past come alive with retractable projection screens that cover the windows! Your next destination is the lush gardens of Golden Gate Park, where you'll stop at the Conservatory of Flowers. Hear how America's largest urban park hosted the Human Be-In event in 1967 and the first Earth Day in 1970. If the weather is nice, you may even join a drum circle!The '60s-era video, music and costumed staff of the Magic Bus will provide a fun, immersive experience of America's most memorable cultural movements. It's not just a sightseeing tour - it's a trip! Next you'll hop on the ferry to Alcatraz and head to the island for an afternoon at your leisure exploring this famous former prison. Touring the whole island usually takes around 2.5 hours, but you're welcome to stay as long as you like. Take the award-winning audio walking tour, produced by the same creators of the Magic Bus, which leads you on an immersive journey through the prison grounds. Featuring life-like sound effects and real interviews from former inmates and cell guards, you'll discover what life was like here for some of history's most notorious criminals, such as Machine Gun Kelly and Al Capone. You'll also learn about the history of Alcatraz Island, which was first utilized as a Civil War fort. After your tour, hop back on the ferry, which departs every 30-40 minutes and head back to San Francisco.
    Alcatraz & Magic Bus Tour

    1398 The Embarcadero, San Francisco

    • Embark on a combo tour of San Francisco and contrast the upbeat Beatnik generation with the gloominess of Alcatraz
    • Travel back in time on a brightly colored magic bus as you tour 1960's San Francisco
    • Compare iconic neighborhoods as they are now with how they were then via retractable projection screen window covers
    • End your adventure at Alcatraz Island for a fascinating audio walking tour of the notorious prison
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    Golden Gate Bridge to Sausalito Guided Bike Tour-Electric Bike

    New to San Francisco and don't know where to go? Or maybe you've always lived in the city, but never had the time to explore. True to the Californian nature of going green, hop on a bike and take this iconic tour through SF! You will start in Fisherman's Wharf, one of the only true ones left in America. As you cycle along the coast, keep your eyes peeled for sea lions, dolphins, and military forts, as well as some of San Francisco's most elegant neighborhoods! Then you'll bike over to the Golden Gate Bridge, where -- no shame! -- you can be as touristy as you want. Past the bridge your last stop will be quaint Sausalito, a small waterside city just outside of San Francisco. So what are you waiting for? The beautiful coastline awaits!
    Golden Gate Bridge to Sausalito Guided Bike Tour-Electric Bike

    2661 Taylor Street, San Francisco

    • Take a guided tour of iconic landmarks in San Francisco on an A2B Ferber electric bike
    • Cycle along the coast starting from Fisherman's Wharf, where you'll take in the ocean breeze with the sound of barking sea lions in the background
    • Take memorable photos at the Golden Gate Bridge, the most popular tourist destination in the city
    • Finally, marvel at the San Francisco skyline from the beauty of Sausalito's streets
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    Golden Gate Bridge to Sausalito Guided Bike Tour-Comfort Hybrid

    New to San Francisco and don't know where to go? Or maybe you've always lived in the city, but never had the time to explore? True to the Californian nature of going green, hop on a bike and take this iconic tour through SF! You will start in Fisherman's Wharf, one of the only true ones left in America. As you cycle along the coast, keep your eyes peeled for sea lions, dolphins, and military forts, as well as some of San Francisco's most elegant neighborhoods! Then you'll bike over to the Golden Gate Bridge, where you can be as touristy as you want -- no shame! Past the bridge, your last stop will be quaint Sausalito, a small waterside city just outside of San Francisco. So what are you waiting for? The beautiful coastline awaits!
    Golden Gate Bridge to Sausalito Guided Bike Tour-Comfort Hybrid

    2661 Taylor Street, San Francisco

    • Take a guided tour of iconic landmarks in San Francisco on a Cypress DX comfort bike
    • Cycle along the coast starting from Fisherman's Wharf, where you'll take in the ocean breeze with the sound of barking sea lions in the background
    • Take memorable photos at the Golden Gate Bridge, the most popular tourist destination in the city
    • Finally, marvel at the San Francisco skyline from the beauty of Sausalito's streets
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    Streets of San Francisco Guided Bike Tour-Comfort Hybrid

    There's more to San Francisco than the Golden Gate Bridge! By leading you through various local neighborhoods, this urban bike tour will have you realizing just how dynamic this city is. You'll explore the back alleys of North Beach's "Little Italy," and get to take photos of the Transamerica Pyramid. Then you'll hit up Barbary Coast along with San Francisco's historical supper clubs. As you bike through this area, learn about how the neighborhoods transformed from scandalous to sparkling! Channel some black and orange when you ride around the Giant's AT&T Ballpark, then venture into the Mission, Castro, and Haight-Ashbury neighborhoods, each of which is a unique community with equally unique locals. Lastly, head to Nopa where you'll find the famous Painted Ladies houses of Alamo Square. From there you'll visit the Civic Center, cycle into Polk Gulch, San Francisco's original gay neighborhood, and finish up in Aquatic Park!
    Streets of San Francisco Guided Bike Tour-Comfort Hybrid

    2661 Taylor Street, San Francisco

    • Take a guided bike tour through various neighborhoods in urban San Francisco and experience just how different each one is
    • Tour the historic "Little Italy"and Barbary Coast, where you'll find the Transamerica Pyramid and San Francisco's famous supper clubs
    • Pick up some black and orange gear at the pride of the locals: the Giant's AT&T Ballpark
    • Relax on the grass of Alamo Square after a leisurely ride through Mission, Castro, and Haight-Ashbury before you wrap up the tour in Polk Gulch and the Aquatic Park
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