Bring a bike for a relaxing ride through Golden Gate Park, a canvas on which the city’s ambitions were sketched -- a place where many ideas were tested.
The city’s history exactly matches the 160 years of transportation revolutions. You’ll see where a major railroad came right into the park, where the suspension bridge was first tried, where driver licenses were invented, and more!
Between short stretches of riding, you’ll stop by Brooklyn Bridge in SF, the Northwest Passage, and even an abandoned 12th-20th century castle.
Be prepared for excellent in-depth discussions of the city’s history! This tour is sure to satisfy your inner history aficionado.
Note: This tour does not involve vigorous exercise.
What to expect
- Bike through Golden Gate Park on a history-themed excursion that will teach you more about San Francisco’s past
- Visit attractions like the Brooklyn Bridge in SF, the Northwest Passage, and even an abandoned 12th-20th century castle
- See where a major railroad came right into the park, where the suspension bridge was first tried, and where driver licenses were invented
- Participate in interesting, in-depth discussions about the city’s rich history
About this Activity
|Price||$25.00 per guest|
|Duration / Session||3 hours|
Cancellation policy is not available.