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    Castro Mission Tour

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    Visit the rich history and culture of Castro Mission Loop's LGBTQ+ community, the nightlife with a Latino flair, and the iconic Victorian Architecture. Your next stop is an oldest building in the City and namesake of the Mission District: Mission Dolores. At the Mission, you'll learn old Spanish-California stories before you dive into one of the most happening neighborhoods in America. Known for its Latin roots, mural-lined streets, and eccentric nightlife, the Mission is the place to be. Take note of the craft cocktail bars, authentic Mission-style taquerias, and techno clubs to plan an unforgettable evening after the walking tour. Between the Castro and the Mission, two and a half hours won’t seem like enough to soak in these sensational San Francisco Districts.
    Castro Mission Tour

    1751 Market St, San Francisco

    • Explore Castro Mission Loop, one of the San Francisco's oldest areas, for an informative walking tour
    • See Liberty Hill, the oldest building in the city, murals, Victorian architecture, and a buried lagoon
    • Gain knowledge about the history of this hotbed of American culture
    • Take a relaxing, scenic 3.4 mile walk through one of the most famous neighborhoods in San Francisco
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    Golden Gate Park

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    What if you wandered through Golden Gate Park’s thousand acres and stumbled upon its every secret? That’s what this is. The essential Golden Gate Park tour from the Haight to Ocean Beach. Golden Gate Park has a lot to offer between its world-class gardens and exhibits, but the goal is to take you along the seldom traveled trails to showcase its hidden beauty. Starting off at the de Young Museum Observation tower you’ll enjoy a spectacular 360 degree panoramic view of San Francisco, Golden Gate Park, and the SF Bay. From there, we’ll make our way to the beautiful National Aids Memorial, then sneak through the park’s many ecosystems, and spy on hundreds of flora & fauna like the great American bison, the spotted owl, and a slimy sweetheart, the banana slug. Looping lakes, open air plazas, and moving memorials speckle our journey through the park to the seaside. The massive Dutch Windmill and rolling sand dunes mark the end of our tour as we reach the Pacific Ocean. Reflect on your thousand-acre adventure and maybe pick a spot on the shore to watch the sunset. Highlights include: de Young Museum Observation Tower National AIDS Memorial Grove Stow Lake The Bison Paddock The (enormous!) Dutch Windmill Ocean Beach
    Golden Gate Park

    1751 Market St, San Francisco

    • Stumbled upon Golden Gate Park’s thousand acres every secret
    • Experience the Japanese Tea Garden at the Conservatory of Flowers
    • Explore the essential tour from the Haight to Ocean Beach
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    Cow Hollow

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    What used to be the home of the city's dairy farms, Cow Hollow has now become a hip and trendy cultural center. You’ll visit legendary rock and roll venue, The Matrix Club, where Santana, the Doors, and Jefferson Airplane recorded some of their most legendary live sets. You'll learn some stories from the 60s and 70s when this psychedelic chateau was in its prime. Down the road, beauty boutiques, top-class cafés, and artisan storefronts give the Victorian scenery of Union Street a new pulse. You’ll visit landmarks like the funky eight-sided Octagon House before ascending to the posh Pacific Heights district. Enjoy the fresh air and waterfront view at Lyon Steps before descending through spiraling gardens and sharp hedges to the Presidio. Here, you can learn about war history (and Star Wars history) near the Lucasfilm Campus. Your last stop is the lagoon at the Palace of Fine Arts, where Greco-Roman columns and rotundas are twice as nice in the reflective pond. See if you can spot any turtles, fish, or swans before you circle back to your starting point on Chestnut street.
    Cow Hollow

    1751 Market St, San Francisco

    • Visit the famous landmarks
    • Take a trip to some chic clubs
    • Learn the cusp of San Francisco's trendy, upscale culture
    • See more about the vintage architecture of Cow Hollow
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    Telegraph Hill and the Old Waterfront Tour

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    What can be better than secret passages? Hidden gardens, that is! Journey through secret passages on Telegraph Hill and visit the history of the Embarcadero. Walk towards the Coit Tower where a hidden garden awaits you and take in the lush greenery and the views of the Golden Gate Bridge, the Bay, and Alcatraz Island.
    Telegraph Hill and the Old Waterfront Tour

    1751 Market St, San Francisco

    • Explore secret passages and hidden gardens on Telegraph Hill.
    • Dive into the history of the Embarcadero
    • Take in the breathtaking views of the waterfront
    • Make your way into the coast to the Ferry Building
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    Chinatown, Russian Hill & North Beach Tour

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    Visit the largest Chinatown outside of China and ride the cable car up Russian Hill where you can make your way to the Italian enclave of North Beach - a truly global tour in four miles. At the Powerhouse you'll see what makes the fabled cable cars tick, then ascend Russian Hill, winding through the whimsical, verdant Macondray Lane––one of the City's most beautiful hidden streets and the basis for Barbary Lane in Armistead Maupin's colorful fiction series Tales of the City. Coast through North Beach and enjoy the traditional trattoria patios, old-school bars, and handmade cuisine that bring the historic Italian charm to life. You’ll also check out City Lights Bookstore, Vesuvio Cafe, and other landmarks of the Beat Generation before ending your loop back at the Friendship Gate.
    Chinatown, Russian Hill & North Beach Tour

    1751 Market St, San Francisco

    • Embark on a four mile walking tour through Chinatown, Russian Hill, and North Beach
    • Discover colorful hidden spots within the largest Chinatown in the world and the trendy epicenter of the Beat Generation
    • Obtain insights into the history of this hotbed of American culture
    • Stretch your legs while immersing yourself in a true cultural experience
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    Four Peaks Tour

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    Climb through a 100-year old history of the four-peak tour of San Francisco’s most visited neighborhood, Eureka Valley. This multicultural hotspot spans the Castro District, Twin Peaks, Corona Heights, and Dolores Heights. Known as the outskirts of the City, Eureka Valley was the place where cows used to graze. You'll uncover the history of the Eureka Valley as we investigate relics of the 1850s outskirts and the churches of the 1890s Irish community. You’ll also travel through streets that were abandoned in the 60s then brought back to life in 70s by the flourishing gay community. Locals and visitors alike can appreciate these untold moments in history as you explore four of the best vistas in San Francisco. This tour is a bit of a hike, but isolation from the City has it’s perks. You'll visit secret staircases and hidden concrete slides. Secluded gardens and a certain podium with a missing statue. At the peak of Corona Heights, you’ll conclude at the lesser-known, but fascinating Randall Museum. Consider the Museum’s free entry as a reward for this fourth and final climb. Make sure to pack your hiking shoes!
    Four Peaks Tour

    1751 Market St, San Francisco

    • Take a walking tour of the Four Peaks area of San Francisco, the LGBT hub of the United States
    • Discover hidden staircases, gardens, and paths that only an insider would know about
    • Gain knowledge about history of this hotbed of American culture
    • Embrace one of the most culturally relevant areas of San Francisco
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