Join the One Walking Tour You’d Ever Need to Get to Know San Francisco!
Starts: 8 pm
Starting point: Union Square, next to the Dewey Monument. Look for the orange flag or orange-white umbrella! Click here for Google Maps location.
Ends: 10 pm at Embarcadero, opposite Ferry Building. Click here for Google Maps location.
Please make a booking in the calendar on this page to join the tour!
JULY 2020 UPDATE:
For your safety we have taken protective measures on Free Walking Tour San Francisco in 2020: Everyone in the group is encouraged to keep a reasonable distance, and wear a mask to cover their nose and mouth at all times. With larger groups (limited to 10-12) we will be using an amplifier for you to hear us better. We offer hand sanitizer to everyone attending the tour.
Please be mindful of others, this is what we’re committed to do too.
The tour takes 2 hours and it covers most of downtown San Francisco: Union Square, Chinatown, Financial District, and Embarcadero. It’s more fun facts and relaxed conversations than actual walking so you’d never get tired or bored. We’d be telling stories about places, people, historic events and current affairs; buried ships under the buildings, influential women, gold-diggers and earthquakes.
We visit Union Square, Maiden Lane, Grant Avenue, Dragon Gate, Golden Gate Chinese Cookie Factory, Ross Lane, Portsmouth Square, Transamerica Pyramid, Embarcadero and many more non-touristic points along the way.
The tour ends opposite Ferry Building from where you can take a walk to Pier 39 and the sea lions.
Price: Pay-as-you -wish to the guide. All guides are volunteers and not paid by the City Government or any other institution. We appreciate your donations to keep this tour running!
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Find us at Union Square
San Francisco, California
EVERY DAY @ 8 PM for a Night Free Walking Tour in English: next to Dewey Monument
EVERY DAY @ 10:30 AM for a Free Walking Tour in Spanish: 300 Powell st (corner of Powell and Post)