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$5 Golden Gate Bridge Walking Tour

$5 Golden Gate Bridge Walking Tour - San Francisco, United States

Duration: 1 hour
Location: San Francisco, United States

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$5.00

On this 1-hour tour, we'll walk to 5 picture-perfect spots around the Golden Gate Bridge while I entertain you with fun stories about the most famous bridge in the world, the 1848 California Gold Rush, San Francisco, and much more.

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Stop At: Golden Gate Bridge, US-101, San Francisco, CA 94129

We stop at the 5 BEST PHOTOS SPOTS for your Photo Shoot.

I entertain you with fascinating stories about the most famous bridge in the world, the 1848 California Gold Rush, San Francisco, and much more.

Better than a guide, let me be your new local friend and help you discover the best parts of San Francisco.

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Duration: 1 hour

On this 1-hour tour, we'll walk to 5 picture-perfect spots around the Golden Gate Bridge while I entertain you with fun stories about the most famous bridge in the world, the 1848 California Gold Rush, San Francisco, and much more.

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Stop At: Golden Gate Bridge, US-101, San Francisco, CA 94129

We stop at the 5 BEST PHOTOS SPOTS for your Photo Shoot.

I entertain you with fascinating stories about the most famous bridge in the world, the 1848 California Gold Rush, San Francisco, and much more.

Better than a guide, let me be your new local friend and help you discover the best parts of San Francisco.

What are you waiting for? Book Now!

Duration: 1 hour

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Syn City SF: The Synesthesia Walking Audio Tour of Haight-Ashbury by VoiceMap

Syn City SF: The Synesthesia Walking Audio Tour of Haight-Ashbury by VoiceMap - San Francisco, United States

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Location: San Francisco, United States

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$5.00

The Haight-Ashbury is San Francisco's most colorful neighborhood! It's even more spectacular when viewed through the filter of synesthesia, a rare neurological condition that fuses one's senses. Synesthetes experience sensations such as colored music and flavored words ... More info ›

The Haight-Ashbury is San Francisco's most colorful neighborhood! It's even more spectacular when viewed through the filter of synesthesia, a rare neurological condition that fuses one's senses. Synesthetes experience sensations such as colored music and flavored words. You'll feel the Haight-Ashbury from a synesthetic perspective as we explore this historic district.

Our route will take us along vibrant Haight Street, past landmarks important to the 1967 "Summer of Love" and San Francisco's dynamic music scene. Then, we will stroll through lush Golden Gate Park to a post-modern observation tower nine stories above the city streets. Please join me for a fascinating walk through the hippy epicenter of 1960s counter-culture, the Haight-Ashbury!

The tour is ready whenever you are and the audio plays automatically at exactly the right time and place using your smartphone's GPS and the VoiceMap mobile app, which also works offline.

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Pass By: Haight-Ashbury, Haight Street between Masonic and Stanyan, San Francisco, CA 94117

Haight-Ashbury has an old hippie vibe to it and is popular with those seeking to relive their misspent bohemian youth. Upper Haight Street has an interesting mix of dive bars and casual restaurants, vintage clothing shops, record stores and bookshops.

Haight-Ashbury borders the famous Golden Gate Park, and has a variety of colorful Victorian homes which includes the Grateful Dead House. See the neighborhood's best sights and hear her hidden stories with entirely new senses in this audio tour from synesthetic author CC Hart.


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San Francisco: Union Square to Lotta's Fountain Walking Audio Tour by VoiceMap

San Francisco: Union Square to Lotta's Fountain Walking Audio Tour by VoiceMap - San Francisco, United States

Duration: 30 minutes
Location: San Francisco, United States

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$5.00

This tour takes you from San Francisco's historic Union Square to the Hotel St. Francis, down Maiden Lane, and finishes at Lotta's Fountain ... More info ›

This tour takes you from San Francisco's historic Union Square to the Hotel St. Francis, down Maiden Lane, and finishes at Lotta's Fountain. Explore the city with this masterful storyteller.

From the Powell St. BART Station, walk up Powell Street three blocks to Geary Boulevard. Union Square will be before you. Just walk to the tall pillar in the center of the square and hit "Start".

The tour is ready whenever you are and the audio plays automatically at exactly the right time and place using your smartphone's GPS and the VoiceMap mobile app, which also works offline.

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Pass By: Union Square, San Francisco Shopping Districts, San Francisco, CA 94102

Union Square is one of the city's earliest parks. It's on the land deeded to the people by Col. John Geary, the first American mayor of San Francisco, in 1850. The square gets its name from the pro-union rallies that were held here in the days before the Civil War.

Pass By: Westin St. Francis (hotel), 335 Powell St Union Square, San Francisco, CA 94102-1804

The St. Francis hotel has been a favorite of celebrities, royalty and presidents since it opened in 1904. One president in particular, Gerald Ford, was exiting its north entrance on September 22, 1975. Across the street stood Sarah Jane Moore, who pulled out a revolver and shot at President Ford on the spot.

Pass By: Maiden Lane, Between Stockton and Kearny Streets Union Square, San Francisco, CA

Today Maiden Lane is lined with cafés, boutiques, and galleries. It gives little hint of its notorious past, because prior to the earthquake and fire of 1906, this was called Morton Street, and it was a red light district.

Pass By: Grant Avenue, San Francisco, CA

Grant Avenue is the oldest street in San Francisco. In Spanish colonial times, it was known as Calle de la Fundacion. After the United States took over in 1847, it was renamed Dupont Street, and after the disaster of 1906, was renamed in honor of President Ulysses S. Grant.

Pass By: Lotta's Fountain, Coner of Geary-Market and Kearny Streets, San Francisco, CA

Every year on April 18, we gather at Lotta’s Fountain at 5 AM to remember that terrible day. Hundreds of people show up, many in period costume. A wreath is placed on the fountain, there are speeches and ceremonies, and sirens go off in the area at 5:12 AM: the exact moment of the earthquake.

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San Francisco Japantown Audio Tour by VoiceMap: Food, History, and Resistance

San Francisco Japantown Audio Tour by VoiceMap: Food, History, and Resistance - San Francisco, United States

Duration: 50 to 60 minutes
Location: San Francisco, United States

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$5.00

Explore San Francisco's historic Japantown at your own pace on this self-guided audio tour. Japanese-American local Kristin Eriko Posner will guide you through the neighborhood, sharing little-known stories on how history shaped the food, culture, and landscape of the oldest Japantown in the U.S ... More info ›

Explore San Francisco's historic Japantown at your own pace on this self-guided audio tour. Japanese-American local Kristin Eriko Posner will guide you through the neighborhood, sharing little-known stories on how history shaped the food, culture, and landscape of the oldest Japantown in the U.S. This geo-tagged audio tour is best between 10:30am - 3:30pm on Wednesday-Saturdays, when all of the businesses on the tour are open. However, it can be taken at any time, on any day. Most stops are open until 6pm.

The tour is ready whenever you are and the audio plays automatically at exactly the right time and place using your smartphone's GPS and the VoiceMap mobile app, which also works offline.

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Pass By: Japantown, Post and Buchanan Streets, San Francisco, CA

While there are many great restaurants, there’s just so much more to Japantown than ramen and sushi. There are stories here that so many don’t know - stories you might never know unless you were part of the community.

Pass By: Benkyodo, 1747 Buchanan St, San Francisco, CA 94115-3208

Benkyodo is one of only three traditional Japanese manju makers remaining in the US. The others are in each of the other two remaining Japantowns in Los Angeles and San Jose. Manju is a traditional Japanese confection, traditionally filled with sweet bean paste and wrapped with mochi, a glutinous rice that is pounded down into a sticky, gooey, delicious mass.

Pass By: Fillmore Street, Between Jackson and Eddy Street Pacific Heights, San Francisco, CA

Bop City at 1712 Fillmore Street became the place to play after hours. Anyone who was anyone in jazz played here: John Coltrane, Billie Holiday, Miles Davis and Duke Ellington to name a few. In the 1940’s San Francisco’s black community grew immensely and Fillmore Street was dubbed the Harlem of the West.

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San Francisco's Barbary Past Walking Audio Tour by VoiceMap

San Francisco's Barbary Past Walking Audio Tour by VoiceMap - San Francisco, United States

Duration: 40 minutes
Location: San Francisco, United States

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$5.00

This route meanders through a beautifully preserved corner of San Francisco. Through North Beach, the home of the beats, punks and jazz to Jackson Square where Gold Miners came to weigh gold, carouse and sleep.

The route begins at the corner of Columbus and Broadway ... More info ›

This route meanders through a beautifully preserved corner of San Francisco. Through North Beach, the home of the beats, punks and jazz to Jackson Square where Gold Miners came to weigh gold, carouse and sleep.

The route begins at the corner of Columbus and Broadway. The intersection may be reached by taking BART to Montgomery Street and walking east on Montgomery, or by MUNI bus.

Taking this tour in the daytime is lovely because of the bay views, but the evening is also magical. The cafes are bustling and the bookstores and bars offer both ticketed and free jazz, poetry readings and other entertainment.

Along the way you can stop at City Lights Books, Cafe Vesuvio, The Beat Museum, Neibaum Coppola, Cafe Pucchini and Stella Bakery.

The tour is ready whenever you are and the audio plays automatically at exactly the right time and place using your smartphone's GPS and the VoiceMap mobile app, which also works offline.

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Pass By: Transamerica Pyramid, 600 Montgomery St Financial District, San Francisco, CA 94111-2702

The Transamerica Pyramid building was once the tallest skyscraper on the West Coast. It creates a distinctive urban skyline. It was built in 1972, and the idea of the pyramid was to “let light in to the downtown area” while claiming fame as the tallest building west of Chicago until 1982.

Pass By: The Purple Onion, 140 Columbus Ave, San Francisco, CA 94133-5102

Kells Irish Restaurant and Pub hosts the famous “Purple Onion” comedy club. Woody Allen, Richard Pryor, Lenny Bruce and Phyllis Diller all performed at the original venue around the corner as young upstarts. The club has now moved here and still hosts upcoming comedians.

Pass By: Sentinel Building, 916 Kearny St # 920 Columbus Financial District, San Francisco, CA 94133-5107

The Sentinel Building was designed by Salfield and Kohlberg, and construction had begun before the 1906 earthquake and fire. The framing survived the disaster, and the building was completed a year later.

Pass By: The Beat Museum, 540 Broadway, San Francisco, CA 94133-4507

The Beat Museum was founded by Jerry Cimino in 2003, and is dedicated to spreading the spirit of The Beat Generation, which they define as tolerance, compassion and having the courage to live your individual truth.

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The Remarkable History of San Francisco's Glen Park and Glen Canyon Audio Tour

The Remarkable History of San Francisco's Glen Park and Glen Canyon Audio Tour - San Francisco, United States

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Location: San Francisco, United States

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$6.99

The village of Glen Park is nestled among the slopes of the San Miguel Hills near the heart of San Francisco, just south of Twin Peaks. It is the gateway to a hidden gem of 70 acres of open space known as Glen Canyon, of which 60 acres is officially designated as a Significant Natural Resource Area.

Much of the history of Glen Park and Glen Canyon is closely intertwined, from early open-range cattle grazing and "milch" ranches, to an explosive direct link with today's prestigious Nobel Prizes, to a radical sales gimmick for selling home lots that included just about everything from lions and bears to trick shooters and high-flying aeronauts! In addition to the area's remarkable cultural history, we'll also discover some of the highlights of the canyon's natural history as we trek through ... More info ›

The village of Glen Park is nestled among the slopes of the San Miguel Hills near the heart of San Francisco, just south of Twin Peaks. It is the gateway to a hidden gem of 70 acres of open space known as Glen Canyon, of which 60 acres is officially designated as a Significant Natural Resource Area.

Much of the history of Glen Park and Glen Canyon is closely intertwined, from early open-range cattle grazing and "milch" ranches, to an explosive direct link with today's prestigious Nobel Prizes, to a radical sales gimmick for selling home lots that included just about everything from lions and bears to trick shooters and high-flying aeronauts! In addition to the area's remarkable cultural history, we'll also discover some of the highlights of the canyon's natural history as we trek through.

The tour is ready whenever you are and the audio plays automatically at exactly the right time and place using your smartphone's GPS and the VoiceMap mobile app, which also works offline.

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Pass By: Glen Canyon Park, Elk St, San Francisco, CA 94127

The village of Glen Park is the gateway to a hidden gem of 70 acres of open space known as Glen Canyon, of which 60 acres is officially designated as a Significant Natural Resource Area.

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