Walking Tours of San Francisco
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San Francisco City Guides is a 28-year-old, non-profit organization that is a program of the San Francisco Public Library and a project of the Tides Center. There are more than 200 trained City Guides conducting 30 different tours for Bay Area residents and visitors year round.
The organization’s purpose is to preserve and perpetuate the history and folklore of San Francisco and to celebrate its rich cultural diversity. And in the spirit of the San Francisco Public Library, this service is provided free of charge—although donations are greatly appreciated.
What We Do
Our tours, which are 1-1/2 to 2 hours long, are given 7 days a week, 52 weeks a year, rain or shine. Walkers can choose from at least one, and often several, tours any day of the week (except major holidays). Reservations are not required (except for groups of 8 or more).
How to Take a Tour
Pick a tour and simply show up at the start point at the noted time (don’t forget holiday exceptions). Dress comfortably, bring a jacket and prepare to be entertained and informed. Check out our website for our current schedule and directions!
Private Group Tours
No reservations are required except for groups of 8 or more, or special date/time requests. Arrangements must be made in advance. A donation of $10 per person is required, with a discounted rate available for senior groups and schools (grades 6-12).
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