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Fisherman's Wharf and Sausalito Walking Tour

  • When 9:30 AM daily
  • Duration 8 hours
  • Meeting Point Aquatic Park, 700 Beach Street (at Cable Car Turnaround)

$69 per adult

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$69 per adult

$69 per adult

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  • Local experts
    Personal stories and insider travel tips
  • Top-rated
    Thousands of reviews averaging 4.9 stars
  • Worry-free booking
    Flexible scheduling and refunds

From the bustling waterfront to the silent redwoods of Muir Woods

Experience highlights

  • Learn about San Francisco's coming-of-age when the 49ers came here for the Gold Rush.
  • Explore the sea lions, shopping, and entertainment of Pier 39.
  • Enjoy the ferry ride to Sausalito for a leisurely lunch with views of the city skyline.
  • Admire the colorful houseboat community built by artist squatters after World War II.
  • Wander among towering redwoods with our optional upgrade for special access to Muir Woods (available starting March 2021)

Itinerary

  • Northern end of Fisherman’s Wharf

    For views of ships, the bay, Golden Gate Bridge, and Alcatraz

  • Ghirardelli Square

    Home to the former factory established by Italian chocolatier Domenico Ghirardelli

  • Waterfront

    Lined with stalls selling local specialities like crab and clam chowder in sourdough bread bowls

  • Barbary Coast Trail

    A portion of the trail that preserves a 19th-century red-light district

  • Pier 39

    One of the most popular tourist areas in the city, beloved by sea lions, too

  • Ferry ride

    From San Francisco to Sausalito with scenery and narration along the way

  • Sausalito

    A World War II ship hub turned into a picturesque neighborhood and art enclave

  • Lunch

    Lots of fresh seafood and great views before a leisurely waterfront stroll

  • Optional upgrade: Shuttle

    From Sausalito to Muir Woods

  • Optional upgrade: Muir Woods

    A 560-acre national monument with awe-inspiring, ancient redwood trees

  • Optional upgrade: Shuttle and ferry

    Return trips to Sausalito and Pier 39 with more views of the Golden Gate Bridge and iconic Ferry Building

Our Experts

All our tours are led by locals. Meet a few of our San Francisco experts who will make your tour come alive with personal stories and insider tips.

Plan your trip

Lunch

We’ll stop for lunch in Sausalito. You can choose from seafood, Mexican, Italian, and more.

Refund policy

We offer a 100% refund up to 24 hours before the start time. The Muir Woods upgrade is refundable 4 days before the tour.

Upgrade

Access to Muir Woods is an optional upgrade (beginning March 2021). It includes transportation from Sausalito to Muir Woods and back.

FAQs

Does the upgrade include admission to Muir Woods?

The Muir Woods upgrade includes shuttle transportation from the Sausalito waterfront to the park and back. Admission to the Muir Woods National Monument is not included and costs about $15, to be paid at the entrance.

What is the rescheduling policy?

We understand plans change. We offer a 100% refund up to 24 hours prior to your tour start time for this tour. We also offer rescheduling to another date the tour is running at no extra cost if you’re unable to make this tour. Muir Woods shuttle passes, however, are not eligible for rescheduling within 4 days of the tour. Also, please keep in mind that there are no refunds available if you have already rescheduled your tour.

What about gratuities?

Tips are always appreciated but never expected. They’re a great way to tell your guide they did an awesome job and show your appreciation.

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