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!
Radical SF Walking Tour
400 Castro St,
- 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)