Fisherman's Wharf Walking Tour
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 San Francisco neighborhood.
You’ll be surprised what a rich history San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf district has; many important events occurred during the California Gold Rush in Fisherman's Wharf. Highlights of this San Francisco walking tour include visiting the world-famous Cable Cars and having your picture taken beside one.
The walking tour of Fisherman's Wharf will also visit the world’s crookedest street, Lombard Street in San Francisco, where the twists and turns in the road look more like a snake than a street. Your walking tour guide will show you a hidden staircase and path that winds its way up to Coit Tower on Telegraph Hill, where you’ll take in breathtaking 360-degree views of the city. This San Francisco walking tour throws in a few more surprises and by the end of the tour you’ll know San Francisco's Fisherman’s Wharf neighborhood intimately.
The highlights of this culturally-rich walking tour include:
- Fisherman’s Wharf (Pier 39)
- the world’s crookedest street (Lombard Street)
- hidden staircases that lead to Coit Tower
- breathtaking 360-degree views of the city
- parrots of Telegraph Hill
San Francisco Bay Cruise option: Upgrade your Fisherman's Wharf Walking Tour to include a 1-hour bay cruise on San Francisco Bay. Get 360 degree views of the spectacular city from a different perspective. Enjoy the breathtaking SF waterfront as well as the stunning city skyline.