See the key landmarks of San Francisco while riding a motorized Cable Car through the city. Our famous trolleys (reconfigured on wheels) depart Fisherman’s Wharf for hidden gems that other tours typically don’t access. Listen to live narration from one of our professional city guides, and disembark at a few locations along the way to explore by foot. Stops include the Palace of Fine Arts, historic Fort Point and stop at the northern end of the Golden Gate Bridge at the Vista Point Lookout North. The 2.5-hour tour is an ideal introduction to the city and beyond.
Hop aboard a motorized Cable Car in the heart of Fisherman’s Wharf. As the historical vehicle makes its way past Ghirardelli Square, home of the namesake chocolates, listen to live narration about San Francisco and its notable sights. Your first stop is the Palace of Fine Arts, an architectural treasure dating back to the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition. Disembark for a close-up look and snap photos with swans in the foreground. Continuing on, the Cable Car arrives at the Golden Gate Bridge, an engineering marvel built across San Francisco Bay in 1937. You’ll step foot onto the famous suspension bridge and listen as your guide shares stories of its art deco structure. Re-board the Cable Car for Fort Point, which offers a close-up vantage point of the Golden Gate Bridge. Learn about its military significance and maritime history before passing through Crissy Field and the Presidio. Traverse Pacific Heights, one of San Francisco’s most affluent neighborhoods, and take advantage of photo ops as you pass by the home featured in the blockbuster film ‘Mrs. Doubtfire,’ before drop-off at the starting point.
|April 1, 2018 - October 31, 2018|
|Sunday - Saturday|
|11:00 AM (April through October)|
|2:00 PM (May through October)|