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Wander through the heart of San Francisco on this 4.5-hour walking tour of the Castro and Mission neighborhoods. Starting in the Castro, a local guide will lead you through such historic places as Harvey Milk Plaza and the nation’s first LGBT museum. After stopping for lunch you’ll continue on to ever-popular Dolores Park, 18th Street’s food corridor and the Mission’s famous street art. Throughout the tour you’ll see the underground and counter-cultural forces that have shaped San Francisco’s history and continue to impact it today. What better way to get to know the city than by walking through it, all with the help of a local, informative guide?

Highlights

  • Explore the social movements that shaped San Francisco into a revolutionary city
  • Visit the Castro and Mission districts, home to artists and activists fighting to preserve local culture
  • Avoid typical “tourist trap” locations in favor of the city’s most culture-rich neighborhoods
  • See stunning political street art and sites of civil rights and LGBT victories
  • Made for those seeking an off-the-beaten-path experience

What You Can Expect

Radical SF: Castro and Mission Districts

Street art in the Mission

Customer Reviews

Henry M

4 star rating: Recommended July 2016

Knowledgeable guides with a fascinating story to tell and a beautiful city to showcase. What could be better? We had a wonderful time and felt we got to know SF a bit better. We will be more adventurous about hotels and eating places when it comes to our next visit after seeing around these areas.

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