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7 Last Minute Father’s Day Adventures

From free coffee, to kite festivals to free sailboat rides & pig roasts
By - posted 6/15/2014 No Comment

OK, it’s Sunday morning and you don’t even have a tie to give to your dad?

There’s still time to put together a little adventure that maybe will convince him you had it planned all along.

Seven Last Minute Father’s Day Ideas | 2014
San Francisco & the Bay Area

Get Dad Free Coffee
Peet’s is offering 2-for-1 coffee at most of their locations on Sunday just for Father’s Day.

Take Dad to the Aquarium for Free
The Aquarium of the Bay in Fisherman’s Wharf offers free admission for all dads and granddads.

Northern California Pirate Festival
Over 500 costumed actors including pirates and mermaids at this annual festival in Vallejo. Take the ferry and make a day of it. Save $2 on tickets with code FuncheapSF2014

Go on a Free Walking Tour
On Father’s Day, City Guides offers 15 free guided walking tours all over San Francisco including tours of Victorian San Francisco, the gold rush era and North Beach by night.

Father’s Day Pig Roast
Treat dad to some tasty suckling pigs over an open rotisserie. Tickets include a huge plate of meat, with sides and a beer at SoMa StrEat Food Park’s outdoor beer garden showing the World Cup. Save $10 with Funcheap pre-sale.

Go Fly a Kite
Watch the sky filled with dozens of huge and colorful flights at the annual free Father’s Day Kite Day at the Berkeley Marina.

Take Dad on a Free Sailboat Ride
The Cal Sailing Club offers free introductory sailboat rides on Father’s Day on a first come first served basis launching from the Berkeley Marina from 1pm to 4pm.

Need more Father’s Day ideas? Or find plenty of other free and cheap outings like a Jelly Bean Carnival, a free Father’s Day auto show, a free outdoor circus festival and more.

– See Funcheap’s Full listing of June 15th events.