Imagine if you could combine the freedom and flexibility of a hop-on, hop-off bus and with the insight and companionship of a walking tour? Well now you can! The first of its kind, this Walk On, Walk Off pass gives you unlimited access to 8 San Francisco walking tours over a 7 day period.
You do not need to tie yourself to any schedule or make any advance reservations. Simply turn up at the start point of any of the included walking tours and you are set to go! You can take the tours as many times as you want and in any order you want. In short, YOU are in control!
The included tours are listed below; all tours are led by San Francisco locals who are passionate about their city and expert storytellers.
Fisherman’s Wharf Walking Tour
Covers San Francisco’s maritime history, visit Pier 39 and see the famous seals and, of course, look over the bay at the infamous Alcatraz and hear tales from about its illustrious history. Runs daily.
The Golden Gate Bridge Walking Tour
Take a stroll over the bridge at the most pleasant time of day. You are sure to have many questions once you see this incredible feat of engineering and your guide will endeavour to answer all of them. Runs daily.
Union Square to Chinatown Walking Tour
This tour pays homage to the immigrants who have made San Francisco home. Celebrate the diversity of San Francisco and its history from the Gold Rush to the Great Fire. Runs daily.
North Beach Walking Tour
Once the city’s roaring red-light district where the beat writers created their genre in the cafes and Jazz clubs. Today North Beach has been transformed by the Italian community, making it one of the best places to eat in the city. Your guide will have plenty of advice on the best places to eat and drink. Runs daily.
The Castro Walking Tour
Famous as the home of Harvey Milk – one of many LGBTQI+ heroes you’ll learn about on your exploration of this colorful neighborhood. Runs daily.
Mission Beach Walking Tour
This offbeat area hasn’t gentrified as much as the rest of the city, making it a fantastic place to see what the more rough-and-ready San Francisco once looked like. Explore architecture and streets art as you learn about the city’s huge Latino community. Runs daily.
Haight-Ashbury Walking Tour
Step back to the Summer of Love. Haight-Asbury was the heart of counter-cultural history and contains the former homes of Janis Joplin and the Grateful Dead. Runs Mon, Wed, Fri & Sun.
Taco Tour (Flavors of the Mission Walking Tour)
In a city so renowned for its diverse culinary scene don’t miss this Taco Tour, which takes you to some of the best taquerías in the city for samples of this authentic Mexican specialty. Departs Tue, Thu & Sat
As per the tour schedule. There are available tours 7 days a week.Duration
Your ticket is valid for 7 days. Tour last between 60 – 90 minsStart time
Fisherman's Wharf Tour: Daily at 2PM.
Golden Gate Bridge Tour: Daily 4.30PM.
Union Square to Chinatown Tour: Daily 10AM.
North Beach Tour: Daily 11.30AM.
The Castro Tour: Daily 12PM
The Mission Tour: Mon, Wed, Fri & Sun 2.30PM.
Haight-Ashbury Tour: Tue, Thu & Sat 2.30PM.
Taco Walk (Flavors of the Mission): Tue, Thu & Sat at 5PM
Fisherman's Wharf Tour: Pier 41 (San Francisco Kite Company). Walk around to the back of the building (side facing water)
Golden Gate Bridge Tour: Joseph Strauss statue in Strauss Plaza, just past the Golden Gate Bridge Welcome Centre
Union Square to Chinatown Tour: 240 Stockton Street. Meet to the right (while facing Gucci) at the white gates of Maiden Lane
North Beach Tour: 916 Kearny Street, to the right when facing Cafe Zoetrope
The Castro Tour: At 400 Castro Street. Meet under the large rainbow flagpole to the right (while facing SoulCycle)
The Mission Tour: 2 Chula Lane. Meet at the corner of Chula Lane and Dolores Street
Haight-Ashbury Tour: 1025 Masonic Ave. Meet to the right (while facing St. Agnes Church) of the steps
Taco Walk (Flavors of the Mission): 2779 Mission Street. Meet on the right (while facing El Farolito) under the row of trees alongside the building
No need to print! You can show your voucher on your smartphone or other device for this activity
Pocket sized maps and timetable will be given to your on your first tour
We wouldn’t want to leave without you -so be sure to arrive 10 minutes before the scheduled start time for all tours
Tours are in English only
Tips to guides are always appreciated but never obligatory
The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details and local telephone numbers. They’re a friendly bunch and will happily answer any logistical questions you may have.
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