- Walking tour of Nob Hill, one of San Francisco’s most affluent neighborhoods
- See Nob Hill’s most iconic landmarks including the Fairmont Hotel, Mark Hopkins Hotel and Grace Cathedral
- Admire exclusive hotels, posh mansions, majestic churches, serene parks and views of San Francisco Bay
- Hear entertaining stories about the area’s history, culture and architecture from your guide
- Make your afternoon complete with lunch at Nob Hill Cafe
What You Can Expect
Continue to the corner of Powell and California Street, where you’ll see the grand structures of the Mark Hopkins Hotel, the Fairmont Hotel, the Huntington Hotel and the Stanford Court. Hear about the utter destruction that occurred during the 1906 earthquake, and how Nob Hill was eventually restored to feature the most exclusive hotels in the city.
Your guide will continue with stories about the tycoons, pioneers and aristocrats that helped define the neighborhood as you walk. Trace your steps along the outdoor labyrinth at the famous Grace Cathedral, and pass the Masonic Temple, the grand Brockleback Apartments and the Ritz Carlton. You'll also stop to admire the Pacific Union Club, the former James Clair Flood Mansion, and Huntington Park.
After taking in the views, architecture and rich culture of one of San Francisco’s most prominent communities, your walking tour will conclude. To upgrade your ticket, enjoy lunch at the Nob Hill Cafe following the tour.
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