The Radical SF Walking Tour
**Please Book 24 hour or more in advance of desired date!*** With a young, passionate tour guide, explore the social movements and cool neighborhoods that shaped San Francisco. You’ll see stunning political street art, trace Harvey Milk’s gay rights movement, and understand how feminists, Latinos, artists and activists still fight for the soul of SF. This tour is great for new locals and those seeking an off-the-beaten-path experience. What we see: Harvey Milk Plaza, the Castro’s protest grounds Castro’s most historic and popular bars and nightlife GLBT Museum, 1st stand-alone queer museum Castro Theatre, Art Deco masterpiece Harvey Milk’s camera store & apartment The Human Rights Campaign Store Pink Triangle Holocaust Memorial Sweeping downtown view from Dolores Park Mission High School, alma mater of Santana and Maya Angelou Gourmet foodie corridor of 18th Street Massive murals of the Women’s Building and alleyways Sites of former lesbian institutions Good Vibrations, first female-owned sex shop Old Spanish Mission, the Bay Area’s oldest structure Plus a few cool surprises! Know Before You Book: -Tour consists of two neighborhood tours with a 90 minute lunch break - Great for solo travelers and families - Toddlers (0-4) join free - Bring cash to tip your guide Cancellation Policy: Wild SF Tours may cancel tour if less than 5 people signed up, and notify guest via email to rebook or refund
We’re Wild SF. Our San Francisco walking tours are the most affordable, authentic tour experience in town, led by funky, passionate local guide-artists! Each route is an alternative tour through San Francisco’s history, as seen through a local’s eyes. Working with independent shops, restaurants and institutions, we show travelers how we really live. Get ready for an awesome day with uproarious tales, in San Francisco’s most legendary neighborhoods.
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