About History Tours in San Francisco in San Francisco
Do you have eyeballs? Do you enjoy using said eyeballs to look at stuff? Boy, have you come to the right place! San Francisco is easier on the eyes than Beyoncé doing the backstroke in a kitten pond. We’ve got the sights for your greedy peepers and the local experts to guide you on your visual feast.
“If one day I do go to heaven, I’ll look around and say, ‘It ain’t bad, but it ain’t San Francisco.” – Herb Caen
Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, Union Square, Golden Gate Park, Pier 39, Coit Tower, Fisherman's Wharf, Lombard Street, Alamo Square Park, Ghirardelli Square, Chinatown
Twin Peaks, Buena Vista Park, Clarion Alley, Mission Dolores Park, Sutro Bath Ruins, Land's End, Presidio National Park, Exploratorium, California Academy of Sciences (Thursday nights!)
The best way to see the city is to walk! Start in the Mission and meander into the Castro. At Castro & Market, take the MUNI to Powell Station. Cut through Chinatown, wander into North Beach to grab a cannoli and make your way up to Coit Tower. Walk down Filbert Steps, which will take you to Embarcadero. Make your way to the Ferry building and watch the ships sail by while eating some artisan bread!
Twin Peaks, Buena Vista Park, Top of the Mark. Also walk up any hill in San Francisco!
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