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    Muir Woods and Sausalito Half-Day Tour

    On our Muir Woods and Sausalito tour, you’ll wander through the ancient groves of coastal redwoods in Muir Woods National Monument and walk along the quaint sidewalks of Downtown Sausalito. Muir Woods is an example of an old-growth redwood forest located only about 30 minutes from downtown San Francisco. You will have an hour and a half to roam through this ‘living museum’ where you can get a glimpse of the towering trees that used to dominate the west coast from Santa Barbara to Washington. After exploring Muir Woods you will get a 15-20 minute narrated tour through the beautiful seaside Mediterranean-style town of Sausalito and a chance to explore (approx 45 minutes total) before returning to the city across the Golden Gate Bridge. To complete your San Francisco Bay experience, perhaps you’d like to hop off the vehicle in this lovely town and add on a picturesque ferry ride (must be booked in advance) back to San Francisco!
    Muir Woods and Sausalito Half-Day Tour

    2095 Jerrold Ave., San Francisco

    • Golden Gate Bridge Viewpoints
    • Experience the Muir Woods Giant Redwoods
    • See the beautiful bay views from Sausalito
    • Add an optional ferry ride across the bay!
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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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    Original Native Tour

    Trying to get to know San Francisco like a local? Leave the guidebooks behind and hit the streets with a native guide during this 3.5-hour walking tour! You'll cover the major neighborhoods of the city, discussing its history and culture along the way. Visit both popular landmarks and hidden secrets, interacting with the community as you go. Tour sizes are kept small, allowing for more personal attention, and a more informal and authentic experience. In addition to covering a half-dozen neighborhoods, you'll also enjoy tastings to help introduce you to the city's diverse food culture. After this tour, you're sure to leave your heart in San Francisco!
    Original Native Tour

    600 Montgomery St, San Francisco

    • Get to know the heart of San Francisco during a 3.5-hour walking tour
    • Visit six different neighborhoods and stop by popular landmarks
    • Enjoy samples of various SF treats as you walk
    • Enjoy a small tour-group size led by a professional guide
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    Daring Divas of the Past Tour

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    From social activists to actresses to literary legends, San Francisco has been home to world-changing women. You'll walk in the footsteps of 10 ladies who left their legacy on the landscape, like Isadora Duncan, Maya Angelou, and Lillie Coit. Starting with the brave pioneer women who worked just as hard as the men, but in corsets, you'll meet the Madonna of the 1800's, learn the difference between SF's working girls and working women, and visit the street where three major divas' lives intersected. On this tour, you'll span both centuries and neighborhoods. Then, work your way through the theater district, Maiden Lane, Chinatown, and North Beach. 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. Learn about San Francisco's amazing history and the tough, talented woman who made it that way.
    Daring Divas of the Past Tour

    Union Square, San Francisco

    • Follow in the footsteps of 10 of San Francisco's most influential women on this entertaining walking tour
    • Discover the amazing histories of local and national legends, like Phyllis Diller, Lillie Coit, and Maya Angelou
    • Tour through four different neighborhoods and play fun games and answer trivia questions
    • An exciting, extensive lesson in San Francisco's past and present
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    9 positive reviews
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    Lousy Downtown Tour

    Sure, there's a bunch of walking tours that you can take from Lotta's Fountain to Maiden Lane to Union Square. But how many tour guides try to trip you along the way? SK will -- SK Morton, your hilarious tour guide that is -- and he's got a pretty good record of acquittal. 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 often makes guests his playful victims. Once you settle into your recommended Stockholm Syndrome you may just get to see the city skyline from a rooftop garden on Market Street, tour the only Frank Lloyd Wright designed building in San Francisco, examine, up close and personal, a monumental work by famed artist Ruth Asawa, and pass through the gates of Chinatown on your way to Old St. Mary's park and church. And if you're good, maybe have a bite and a pint at the Irish Bank...maybe.
    Lousy Downtown Tour

    350 Townsend #290, San Francisco

    • Experience a unique and humorous twist on your typical historical walking tour
    • See the famous San Francisco Skyline from a rooftop garden and walk through the iconic Chinatown
    • Enjoy points of interest for history, architecture, flora & fauna and culture like never before
    • Become a playful victim of your guide, as he plays pranks on you and other guests
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    Full Exposure: Complete History of North Beach

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    Discover the complete history of this iconic neighborhood, from its relationship to the Barbary Coast to the birth of the Beatniks, all the way to its current position as a world-famous Little Italy. You'll visit famous sites like "perfect" Washington Square Park, The Condor, home of both topless and bottomless dancing, The Hippodrome, a dance hall from the Barbary Coast era, among many other interesting sites. You will be wowed by the architectural beauty of the only downtown district to survive the Fire of 1906. 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. Learn about firemen fanatics, swindlers, drinkers, poets, gamblers, whiskey, and why it's called North Beach in the first place, since there isn't any beach.
    Full Exposure: Complete History of North Beach

    Union Square, San Francisco

    • Discover the full history of North Beach on an entertaining walking tour
    • Learn the neighborhood's history, from the Barbary Coast era through the Beatniks, as you visit iconic dance halls, bars, and parks
    • Play fun games and answer trivia questions as you go
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    9 positive reviews
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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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    Where's the Beach in North Beach?

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    There used to be a beach in North Beach, then a fraudulent financier formed a fantastic, F-shaped fabrication to facilitate fleets and ferries. On this tour, you'll celebrate the pier that became Fisherman's Wharf, and discover the culture and secrets of Little Italy through all things "f": foreigners, film, fiction, and fashion, to name a few. You will travel from Telegraph Hill, where you can see Lombard Street and Alcatraz, to the heart of North Beach, where you'll wander through the home of the Beatniks and world-famous Italian restaurants, seeing beautiful parks, hearing the stories of famous firefighters, and nibbling free fudge. 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. This is a one-of-a-kind way to get an inside look at San Francisco's fun and fascinating history.
    Where's the Beach in North Beach?

    Union Square, San Francisco

    • Explore the amazing neighborhood of North Beach on an entertaining walking tour
    • Learn about the shapely pier that made North Beach what it is today, and visit beautiful parks, world-class Italian restaurants, and birthplace of the Beatniks
    • Play fun games and answer trivia questions as you go
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    9 positive reviews
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    Bridge and the Beach

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    Experience the stunning beauty of San Francisco, where awe-inspiring architecture and natural wonders combine. On this tour, you'll start at the majestic, iconic Golden Gate Bridge. From there, you will take a leisurely stroll up the coastline, past sandy beaches and the ruins of the Santro baths. Check out fancy neighborhoods, discover cliffs and secret hiking trails, and snap photos of the diverse sea animals and plant life that make San Francisco so unique. And just in case things weren't gorgeous enough for you already, you'll wrap up the tour by watching the sun set over the Pacific.
    Bridge and the Beach

    Merchant Rd At Vista Acc, San Francisco

    • Take a walking tour of San Francisco's stunning mix of architecture and nature
    • Stroll from the Golden Gate Bridge up past cliffs, beaches, and the Santro Baths
    • Learn about San Francisco's history and its stunningly unique flora and fauna
    • Snap photos of everything from upscale neighborhoods to hidden hiking trails
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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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