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San Francisco Treasures, Parks & Coast Combo

San Francisco Treasures, Parks & Coast Combo

  • How will we recognize the tour vehicle?

    The Extranomical logo is displayed on the side of the vehicle. It will say "Extranomical Tours" and is a very colorful tour vehicle with lots of pictures on the side. Alternatively, if your tour is on a luxury vehicle be on the look out for an all black vehicle that says Extranomical in white on the side.

  • Are there restrooms on board the vehicles?

    We cannot guarantee restroom facilities on any of our tours, although on our Total Yosemite Experience tour, we do make stops throughout the tour and there will be opportunities at the park for you to use the restroom.

  • What do I have to be aware of when traveling with a child?

    Please note that for your child's safety, we require you to bring a child safety seat or booster seat for all children under 8 years of age or 4' 9" in height, as dictated by California State Law. You will be required to bring your own child seat on all motor vehicle tours. Failure to provide a seat for your child will result in forfeit of your seats on the tour without a refund.

  • What kind of luggage am I allowed to bring?

    Customers are allowed up to 2 items (ie. 1 Personal item + 1 Overnight bag) to travel free of charge. These items must be within the size limitations. Each additional item above the allowance will incur a $25 excess luggage fee. Maximum Dimensions for Luggage -Overnight Bag size: 24”x16”x10”, (or 60cm x 40cm x 58 cm).

    Any Oversize luggage larger than the maximum size noted is $50 regardless of personal items brought on board.  (i.e. 1 Oversized Luggage - $50, 2 Oversized pieces = $100). 

  • Can I bring a wheelchair on the vehicle?

    We are only able to accommodate collapsible wheelchairs that fold flat. Please notify us in advance if you are bringing a wheelchair on the tour so that we can notify the driver of your vehicle.

  • Do you have a lost and found?

    Yes, items left in the vehicle are stored in a lost and found area for 30 days. If you left something on one of our tours, please give us a call at toll-free (866) 231-3752 to see if it has been found. Once you have confirmed with us that your item has been found by our staff and you are still in town, you can come by to pick up your item. Otherwise, we will ship almost any item to any destination within the U.S. for a flat fee of $25. Extranomical Tours is not responsible for lost or stolen items. See what happens to our lost and found items by checking out our Extranomical Charity Events.

  • How accurate are the times on the itinerary?

    Times listed are approximates only. Traffic and other unforeseen issues can cause delays or changes in these time which are out of our control. Please do not make flight/travel arrangements on the same day as your tour.

  • What is your address?

    We are located at 928 Harrison St. San Francisco, CA 94107 (between 5th Street and 6th Street).

***The Summer of Love Edition Tours are No Longer available. New City Tour Coming Soon***

 
Limited Time Offer! Book both experiences and save $20!
 

San Francisco Treasures, Parks & Coast – Summer of Love Edition

Take a groovy magic carpet ride of San Francisco attractions! Find your own Summer of Love! This tour of San Francisco, is a combination of our SF Treasures and SF Parks & Coast Tour. You’ll explore the city’s famous landmarks, and for a limited time only, experience the sights and sounds that launched a cultural revolution.

Your “city insider” guide who knows just where to go to help you “turn on and tune in” to the best of San Francisco in 1967—and today. Don't’ just sit on the dock of the bay—this San Francisco tour shows you all the iconic landmarks at the heart of the city. Like The Embarcadero. Fisherman’s Wharf. Pier 39. Coit Tower. Palace of Fine Arts. Chinatown. the historic Presidio. The Mission and Castro districts. And, of course, the Golden Gate Bridge. Send friends pics of the Jimi Hendrix Red House—and the legendary pad of The Grateful Dead. Groovy, baby! (Make sure your phone has memory for all those selfies!). 

Learn the stories. Be at the places. Your guide will share all the surprising, and crazy things that happened right here during the Summer of Love.

We’ve made special arrangements on this limited-time-only tour of San Francisco. Enjoy exclusive experiences you won’t get on other tours like a unique waterfront view of Golden Gate Bridge. Explore the origins of the Summer of Love—the Beats and poets of North Beach. Many museums, gardens and lakes.

The two tour run a total of 5 to 6 hours, with multiple departures. If you want to see all of the city's attractions, take this all-inclusive combo tour! 

San Francisco Treasures:

*Twilight tour features the lights of San Francisco from Treasure Island and does not include a Beat Museum, or Presidio stop.

Note that traffic in San Francisco can be tricky. But don’t worry: We’ll tweak the itinerary as needed to give you the best possible tour.

First hour:

  • We all meet up in front of the Zephyr Hotel in Fisherman’s Wharf. This place is surrounded by great shops, so come early and load up on snacks and coffee (yum).

  • As you settle into your seat, ask the other guests where they were (or where their parents were!) back in the summer of ’67. The answers may surprise you!

  • Enter North Beach. This is the awesome spot where the counter-culture revolution began. The cafés of Little Italy. Washington Square Park. Saint Peter & Paul Church. Telegraph Hill. And don’t forget Coit Tower!

  • First stop: Exclusive entry to the Beat Museum (we’ve covered the entry fee!) You’ll learn how the Beats set the scene for the Summer of Love. Not into poetry? No problem. Grab a cappuccino.

  • Next up: Close-up views of Chinatown and its amazing street life. Sometimes the traffic is crazy, but we know the best ways through it.

Second hour:

  • We take it nice and slow as we pass Nob Hill, Union Square, and other photo-worthy sights along the way. Like Grace Cathedral. The Fairmont and Mark Hopkins hotels. And the Pacific Union Club.

  • See the Transamerica Building (it’s a pyramid), Vaillancourt Fountain, and the historic Financial District. Learn how the wild Barbary Coast paved the way for the culture on burst onto the scene during the Summer of Love.

  • Cruise along the Embarcadero. Pass the Ferry Building. Then go to Fisherman’s Wharf where you’ll see Pier 39. Boudin Bakery. The Cannery. Aquatic Park. Keep your camera close for great shots of Alcatraz Island and cable cars “climbing up to the stars”.

  • Drive to San Francisco’s front porch: the Marina. Catch a view of the palatial ruins at the Palace of Fine Arts. It’s restored from the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exhibition! Feels like you’re stepping back in time. Awesome.

  • Venture into the Presidio. It’s beautiful. It’s historic—a former military base! It’s also home to one of the city’s only two cemeteries.

Last 30 minutes:

 

  • Ready for the big finish? A stunning view of the Golden Gate Bridge from Crissy Field. Stretch your legs. Snap some pics. Text them home!

  • As the tour wraps up, your amazing guide will give you info about other Summer of Love events happening in the city—there are tons! When you get back to the Zephyr Hotel, you’ll part ways with your new friends. Or (better yet) stay on board for even more fun: Extranomical’s San Francisco Parks & Coast tour.

San Francisco Parks & Coast:

Note that traffic in San Francisco can be tricky. But don’t worry: We’ll tweak the itinerary as needed to give you the best possible tour.

First hour:

  • We all meet up in front of the Zephyr Hotel in Fisherman’s Wharf. This place is surrounded by great shops, so come early and load up on snacks and coffee (yum).

  • As you settle into your seat, ask the other guests where they were (or where their parents were!) back in the summer of ’67. The answers may surprise you!

  • First, we roll through the Fillmore District. Pacific Heights. Hear about the haunted Hotel Majestic. Plus, see the actual houses from Full House and Mrs. Doubtfire. Take picture. Show ‘em you were here!

  • The view of San Francisco’s waterfront from the Crissy Field Overlook will take you breath away. And that’s while you’re heading into the old Presidio military base—which is now a city park. It’s gorgeous. You’ll love it.

  • Prepare yourself. As we venture into the Presidio, a long-time military base, you’ll come upon the most amazing view of the Golden Gate Bridge. Visitors love this stop at Godfrey Battery for its World War I-era fortifications and the shots they get of San Francisco’s most famous landmark.

  • Check the level on your camera’s battery. There’s still a lot to see!

Second hour:

  • Chill at the beach—literally! It gets cold here, so bring a sweater. From the cliff, you’ll look over Baker Beach’s original Burning Man site, Land’s End, the Cliff House, and the ruins of the Sutro Baths.

  • Enter Golden Gate Park from the coastal side—cool! Here, you’ll see the Bison Paddock. Enormous Dutch windmills! And Spreckels Lake. Beautiful!

  • Spend 30 minutes at the Museums concourse with M.H. de Young Museum. California Academy of Sciences. Botanical Gardens. Japanese Tea Gardens. Stow Lake. All within walking distance. Find out more about what's going on there and come back later to visit them.

  • Option two: Put some flowers in your hair as we explore Haight-Ashbury—epicenter for the Summer of Love. See the Grateful Dead House, Jimi Hendrix Red House, Buena Vista Park, and Victorian homes that survived the fire of 1906. Get your groove on!

Last 30 minutes:

  • You’re not done. The last leg of the tour passes straight through the storied Castro and Mission districts. See the Mission San Francisco; it was founded in 1776. Then roll by public murals—some old, some still fresh!

  • Catch views of awesome public buildings: SF City Hall. War Memorial Opera House. The Asian Art Museum. The Pioneer Monument. Take more pics!

  • As the tour wraps up, your amazing guide will give you info about other Summer of Love events happening in the city—there are tons! When you get back to the Zephyr Hotel, you’ll part ways with your new friends. Or (better yet) stay on board for even more fun: Extranomical’s San Francisco Treasures tour.

 

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San Francisco Treasures, Parks & Coast Combo
PRICE
Tour Prices*Adults (12+)Children
Regular Price:$88$78
Internet Special:$68$60
ONLINE SAVINGS$20$18

*Other departure times are available. Please call (415-357-0700) or email us to book. 

7:40 AM Treasures &10:40 AM Parks & Coast

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Hidden downtown landmarks and their stories
  • Exclusive stops for photos and discovery
  • Limited-time-only “Summer of Love” celebration
  • Expert perspective from “City insiders"
  • Multiple departures every day
  • VIP pampering
  • Friendly, flexible cancellation policy
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