Fisherman's Wharf Walking Tour including Alcatraz and Cable Car Ticket
Visiting Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco? There is a lot to explore and one of the best ways to see the neighborhood is to take a San Francisco walking tour. You’ll get an exclusive insider excursion around Fisherman's Wharf. A knowledgeable local guide will lead you on a Fisherman's Wharf walking tour exploration, where you’ll learn about the history of this special neighborhood.
This walking tour in San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf provides an introduction to some of San Francisco’s famous Gold Rush history, but you’ll also discover hidden treasures that are often overlooked. Visitors and local San Francisco residents alike will be amazed at the rich Fisherman’s Wharf history uncovered during this 2-hour San Francisco walking tour.
The highlights of this culturally-rich walking tour include visiting the world’s crookedest street (Lombard Street) and hidden staircases that lead to Coit Tower, and exploring breathtaking 360-degree views of the city and where the parrots of Telegraph Hill nest.
These amazing perks are also included:
- A ticket to ride the cable cars
- AND a ferry ticket to Alcatraz Island
Your Fisherman’s Wharf walking tour ends at Pier 33, Alcatraz Landing, where we’ll send you off on the Ferry to Alcatraz Island. A 45-minute audio presentation, “Doing Time: The Alcatraz Cell House Tour” is also included, featuring recordings of guards and inmates who lived and worked on the island. You have the afternoon to explore Alcatraz on your own; just don’t forget to catch the last ferry back to San Francisco.
By the end of the day, you’ll know the Fisherman’s Wharf neighborhood like a true San Francisco local.