What To Expect
Join us for an unforgettable two hour evening tour along the San Francisco waterfront. This evening option is perfect for those looking for an expanded tour time while experiencing San Francisco as the sun begins to set. With unique highlights that are not offered on our three hour day tours, this evening tour is sure to provide a memorable experience for those both old and new to San Francisco!
Located between the Fisherman's Wharf and Chinatown, North Beach is a neighborhood adored both by San Francisco natives and those new to the city. Known as San Francisco's Little Italy and the home of the Beat Generation, this neighborhood is rich in history and is filled with mouth-watering aromas emanating from the many restaurants, cafes, and clubs. The night life here is unbeatable as is the place to be once the sun goes down in San Francisco!
Washington Square provides a green getaway from the hustle and bustle of the busy city. Declared as a public square in the 1850s, the square is surrounded by Sts. Peter and Paul Church, where Marilyn Monroe famously married Joe DiMaggio.
Coit Tower was built in 1933 at the top of what is now Telegraph Hill. This structure offers a 360 degree view of all that San Francisco has to offer.
Capped by Coit Tower, this 284-foot hill is home to the wild parrots of Telegraph Hill and is one of the seven original hills of San Francisco.
Distinguishable by its outstanding architecture, the Financial District is home to two of the most recognized pieces of the San Francisco skyline - the Transamerica Pyramid and the former Bank of America World Headquarters.
This iconic building is 853 feet tall and sits in the heart of San Francisco's financial district. It is currently ranked as the 100th tallest building in the world. At the base of the pyramid is a grove of redwood trees, the only redwoods in the downtown financial district.
This stop offers a look at the headquarters of Levi's jeans and insight into the multilayered history of the company and it's deep connections to San Francisco and the gold rush.
The San Francisco Ferry Building hosts everything from office buildings to farmer's markets. Mainly a terminal for ferries that travel across the Bay, this gem is recognizable from various locations in downtown San Francisco due to the 245-foot, four dial clock that extend from it.
Offering easy access and clear views of the waterfront, the Embarcadero is home to many piers, restaurants, boutiques, and attractions.
Meals and drinks
Tips and gratuities
This tour will be operated as a guaranteed Small Group Tour with a maximum of 8 guests
Insurance requires that the tour operator holds a damage deposit per party on the day of the reservation. Please bring your American Express, MasterCard, Visa, or Discover (cash is also accepted) with you for this deposit. It will be returned to you immediately upon completion of a damage-free tour. Please note that there may be a delay and/or difference in the refunded amount of your deposit if you choose to use a debit card.
The Segway is appropriate for virtually anyone 12 and older that weighs more than 100 pounds and less than 265 pounds.
Participants must be at least 16 years old.
Minors under the age of 18 must either be accompanied by an adult or have an adult complete our insurance paperwork in advance of the tour. Unfortunately, pregnant women will not be permitted to participate.
The tours go out rain or shine.
All our card payments are protected by thawte to give you peace of mind.
2 hours and 30 minutes