San Francisco Attractions, Tours+Transportation by A to Z
In a region known for its bounty of produce, you can go right to the source-actually, the source will come to you-at some of the city's best farmers' markets. The most ...
Fashion Slave Tours
Fashion Slave offers underground tours of fashion designer and artist studios, providing an intimate look at how they live, work, and create. You can also choose a three-hour ...
The Golden Gate Ferry fleet offers daily ferries to two Marin County destinations: Sausalito and Larkspur. The Blue and Gold Fleet offers ferry service to Sausalito, Tiburon, ...
Ferry Building Marketplace
The historic, renovated ferry terminal at the foot of Market St. is now a world-class food market with 40 shops and restaurants featuring some of the area's most prized ...
Located 30 miles south of San Francisco, Filoli is a historic site of the National Trust for Historic Preservation and one of the finest remaining country estates of the ...
Fire Engine Tours
Hop on a vintage fire truck, and don your authentic fire gear for a memorable trip through the Presidio, across the Golden Gate Bridge, around Sausalito, and back. The ...
You'll find crab stands along the sidewalks, seafood restaurants and a bevy of souvenir shops in the historic heart of the city's fishing industry. Several bay charter boats ...
Fisherman’s Wharf Pass
The best way to save on your visit to one of the city's most famous destinations-Fisherman's Wharf. One full day of fun includes a hop-on-hop-off city tour, bay cruise, cable ...
The Flag House
This house is one of several Russian Hill buildings to survive the 1906 earthquake and fire. It was donned the Flag House because the owner's flag collector, fearing its ...
Flower Power Haight-Ashbury Walking Tour
Stroll through the music, art, architecture, and fashion history of this famous neighborhood. Tour covers 12 blocks; advance purchase recommended $20. Tours given Tu and Sa ...
Eat your way through the city's ethnically diverse neighborhoods with Food Network Chef Chris Milano. Enjoy Latin cuisine in the Mission on Wednesdays, Italian in North Beach ...
This historic army post is located in the Marin Headlands and features a hands-on children's museum and learning center, a first-class lodge, and a small yacht harbor.
A former World War II military post, Fort Cronkhite stands at the edge of the Pacific Ocean and is one of the few preserved examples of the WWII 'mobilization posts' ...
This rugged stretch of coastal headlands includes a wild and windy beach at its foot. This beach is a dog's paradise, and visitors also enjoy horseback riding and walking. A ...
Old port piers and warehouses have been transformed into the workspaces, theaters, galleries, and event pavilions of the nonprofit Fort Mason Center. Paved, accessible trails ...
This powerful fort guarded the Golden Gate Bridge entrance for almost half a century until its original cannons were removed. Visitors can explore its brick casemates, grand ...