In San Francisco you can sign up for lots of free walking tours of the city given by local volunteers who love the City, its history, lore and legends and are always ready to share it all with you. The San Francisco City Guides, a non-profit organization, boasts more than 200 trained volunteer walking tour guides, sponsored by the San Francisco Public Library.
Tours are offered in San Francisco’s most famous (or, in some cases, infamous) districts, and in some hidden neighborhoods. You’ll have your choice from among approximately 30 different walks each month (Chinatown, Japantown, Fisherman’s Wharf, Golden Gate Bridge, Nob Hill, Haight-Ashbury) several in each of the following San Francisco districts:
- Marina & Presidio
- Pacific Heights
- Haight & Western Addition
- Castro & Noe Valley
- West Of Twin Peaks & Sunset
- Russian Hill & Nob Hill
- Fisherman’s Wharf
- Union Square & Financial District
- Civic Center
- SOMA & Potrero Hill
- Mission & Bernal Heights
- Southeast Neighborhoods
WHAT: San Francisco City Guides always Free Walking Tours of San Francisco, CA.
WHERE/WHEN: Varies. Check the Current Schedule.
HOW: No reservations required. Wear comfortable shoes. FAQs.