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Alfred Hitchcock’s San Francisco: A Walking Tour

Get a “Birds” eye view of SF on this free Hitchcock-themed guided tour
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The Master of Suspense loved San Francisco and used its beauty, elegance and mystery to great effect in several films. From Nob Hill to Union Square, you’ll see some of the hotels, clubs, retail stores and other locations featured in Vertigo and other Hitchcock classics.

During this free San Francisco City Guides guided walking tour, you’ll hear why Hitchcock chose them and how he filmed them. And you’ll learn about their history, architecture, and the stories they tell about the San Francisco of fifty years ago and today.

>> Please note, space is extremely limited and cannot handle large crowds. Please think twice about attending this walk  as it can get overly crowded. There are sometimes up to 4 Hitchcock walks a month; we recommend you pick a midweek date to attend if you’d like a better chance of having a good experience.

Check out San Francisco City Guides for other fascinating tours such as a theatre tour, North Beach tastes tour and many others.

Alfred Hitchcock’s San Francisco Walking Tour
December 8, 14, 21, 26, 2014 | 11am
Huntington Park to Union Square, SF
FREE (but donations greatly appreciated )

Meet at the fountain in Huntington Park, off Sacramento Street between Taylor and Mason. Tour ends in Union Square and includes a steep downhill walk.