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    Four Peaks Tour

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    The Four Peaks area of San Francisco isn't just colorful -- It's a virtual rainbow. Considered one of the preeminent centers of global gay culture and LGBT activism in the world, this area is now among the most vibrant, hip places in the city. Over the sixties and seventies, multitudes of gay men and women started to move into the neighborhood and fix up homes that had fallen into disrepair in the area, eventually claiming the neighborhood as their own. Discover hidden alleys, staircases, and gardens on a 3.5 mile walk. Learn about the important history of the area, and find out why Four Peaks is lovingly known as "Eureka Valley" by the locals. While leisurely, tour involves many steps, which can be challenging. Exact meeting location is given upon confirmation of booking.
    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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    Streets of San Francisco Guided Bike Tour-Electric Bike

    There's more to San Francisco than just the Golden Gate Bridge! By leading you through various local neighborhoods, this urban bike tour will have you exploring 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-Electric Bike

    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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    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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    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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    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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    Castro Mission Tour

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    You haven't truly experienced San Francisco until you've visited Castro Mission Loop. Known for its Victorian architecture and vibrant murals, you'll learn all about its history during your intimate walking tour directed by a local that knows about all of the hidden spots you won't find in a guide book. During this leisurely 3.5 mile walk you'll be introduced to San Francisco's oldest building, an alley of murals, a buried lagoon, and numerous other interesting points and oddities that make Castro a must see spot. Plus, you'll get acquainted with one of the city's most popular gay epicenters and gain exposure to the unique culture that makes San Francisco one of America's favorite cities.
    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 3.5 mile walk through one of the most famous neighborhoods in San Francisco
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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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    Streets of San Francisco Guided Bike Tour

    Your grand bike tour of San Francisco begins at Fisherman's Wharf, where you'll be outfitted with a bike as well as all safety equipment. Your guide takes you on an easy ride over flat surfaces in this city known for its hills, and your route is customized with off-the-beaten track nooks that only a local would know. But if you'd prefer to pedal less, upgrade to the electric bike option. Be prepared for weather changes as you follow your guide all over San Francisco. You'll stop up to 10 times during the tour for photo ops, and to hear facts and anecdotes about the city's history and sights. In addition, you can take a break to purchase lunch and a beverage from a gathering of local food trucks, and later enjoy coffee and refreshments at a cool coffee bar (food and drinks are your own expense). Cruise through the back alleys of North Beach, the city's 'Little Italy,' and capture close-up photos of the Transamerica Pyramid. See the historic supper clubs in the once illicit Barbary Coast neighborhood, and ride around AT&T Park, home to the San Francisco Giants baseball team. Delight in the charming Victorian and Edwardian houses set against the backdrop of the San Francisco skyline and known as the 'Painted Ladies' of Alamo Square. Make your way through eclectic San Francisco neighborhoods including the Mexican-influenced Mission, the flamboyant Castro and the bohemian Haight-Ashbury, where hippies once flocked. Travel through NOPA (North of the Panhandle) and see the Civic Center. Ride through Polk Gulch, San Francisco's original gay neighborhood. Observe street art and the locals that give each of these areas their unique character. Your 4-hour bike ride around San Francisco concludes at Aquatic Park at lively Fisherman's Wharf, but you can keep using your bike for the entire day for more exploration after the tour.
    Streets of San Francisco Guided Bike Tour

    Fisherman's Wharf, San Francisco

    • See a plethora of San Francisco's highlights embarking on an evening bike tour
    • Learn about the history and landmarks of San Francisco from your knowledgeable guide
    • Check out top attractions like Fisherman's Wharf, Crissy Field and Fort Mason
    • Enjoy bonus bike riding after the tour ends with the advantages of a full-day rental
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    Explore The Mission District

    On a mission for fun in San Francisco? Put the Mission District on your itinerary with this 2-hour tour! Considered one of the hippest neighborhoods in the United States, "The Mission" is a haven for cool culinary offerings, used bookstores, galleries, and clubs, and home to activists, techies, and hipsters. Oh my! This small group tour begins with an exploration of eclectic Dolores Park, before heading up Liberty Hill to walk amongst posh Victorian homes and a miniature park dedicated to the Triceratops. Hidden gardens, alley murals, and the birthplace of the burrito are also on the agenda. Several other stops (including El Camino Real, a bull ring, and a gay synagogue) will be made on the way to your final destination, the Mission San Francisco de Asis, the neighborhood's oldest building. Sign up today so you can say, "Mission Accomplished!"
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    Explore The Mission District

    3899 20th St., San Francisco

    • Get to know The Mission District during a 2-hour guided tour
    • Enjoy fun commentary on the neighborhood's diverse culture
    • Visit popular locations such as Dolores Park, Liberty Hill, and the Mission itself
    • Find out what makes The Mission one of the city's trendiest destinations
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    Radical SF Walking Tour

    With a young, passionate tour guide, explore the social movements and cool neighborhoods that shaped San Francisco. You'll see stunning political street art, trace Harvey Milk's gay rights movement, and understand how feminists, Latinos, artists and activists still fight for the soul of SF. On this tour, discover how the Castro became America's first "gayborhood," a colorful and magical place for all who identify as LGBTQQIAAPT (don't worry, they'll explain). See how Mission residents worked together to save their district in the Great Earthquake of 1906. Funky, passionate, and artistically inclined, your guide will ensure you're fully entertained along your journey to local landmarks and hidden treasures. Learn fun facts, surprising myths, and historic stories about the beautiful City by the Bay from those who make an art out of living here. Get a glimpse of local life by checking out some of your guide's favorite sites, shops and local institutions. In between the two tours, you'll get a 60 minute lunch break. This might be the perfect time to put your new mini-guides of each 'hood to the test. The mini-guides are full of great dining rec's, and who knows, you might even be able to squeeze in a super-quick shopping spree while you're at it. But don't be late -- you don't wanna miss the Mission!
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    Radical SF Walking Tour

    400 Castro St, San Francisco

    • Go on a guided tour through two radical San Francisco neighborhoods with an entertaining historian at your side
    • Visit the coolest spots where locals hang out, eat, drink and live
    • See Harvey Milk Plaza, the GLBT Museum, Castro Theatre, and Harvey's old apartment and campaign headquarters in the Castro
    • Hear about the Mission's vibrant Latino culture, the area's most inspiring activists, and some of the city's most well-known street art and murals -- not to mention, the city's oldest structure, the Old Spanish Mission (built in the 1700's)
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