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North of the Panhandle: Rare Walking Tour | SF City Guides
San Francisco City Guides offers dozens of free guided walking tours, all over the city, throughout the year.
During the months of May and October, when the San Francisco weather is particularly pleasant, City Guides adds a series of neighborhood explorations to its year round tour schedule.
Each San Francisco neighborhood has a distinct architecture, history, and personality that deserve in-depth exploration. Go off the beaten path and discover the colorful characters, beautiful vistas, and charming architectural treasures that can be found in communities like the Inner Richmond, Visitacion Valley, or the Tenderloin.
Join for a walk along the streets, sidewalks and by-ways of one of the most beautiful and fascinating cities in the world.
This central part of the City started out with sand dunes and marsh to become a fashionable neighborhood. The Depression era gave way to a working class area. After the summer of love, came a population exodus until today where it is becoming a desirable neighborhood to live again. Hear and see the details of the physical, cultural, and ethnic changes that occurred in the pass one hundred fifty years. One steep hill.
Meet on Baker St. between Oak and Fell St, across the street from the DMV by the McKinley Statue.
*Free, but donations are accepted. Some tours may be limited in size.
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Address: Baker St. & Fell St., San Francisco, CA