Tours in Mill Valley


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  • Left Coast Tours
    During his years as a taxi driver, Stephen Kadis loved to share his passion for San Francisco with passengers, drawing on stories and fun facts as he navigated them past the city's hills and picturesque boulevards. The only problem was he could only fit so many people into his cab at a time. He fixed that problem by founding his own tour company, Left Coast Tours. Today, Kadis and his crew of hand-picked guides ferry guests to the city's most iconic sites, from the restaurants and culture of the country's oldest Chinatown to the panoramic vistas of the Golden Gate Bridge. Daytime city tours let tourists snap pictures of or carve their initials into skyline views from 14 different scenic stops. Nightlife tours treat visitors to fine Chinese and Italian restaurants, celebrated San Francisco bars, and upper-crust hotels and cafes.
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    50 Drumm St.
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Drag Me Along Tours
    Rick Shelton of Drag Me Along Tours is a tour guide and San Francisco resident, but the role you're most likely to remember him by is that of Countess Lola Montez. During his tours, he embodies the 19th century Irish dancer and actress who gained fame as a courtesan, and later, as a mistress of King Ludwig I of Bavaria. During tours, Rick?er, Ms. Montez?explores the streets of San Francisco as they were during her rowdy visits in the mid 1800s. In a fun, energetic manner, she points out places where she's entertained and shares parts of her life that many of her contemporaries never knew about unless they followed her blog. All tours begin in Portsmouth Square near the Goddess of Democracy Statue, and each one lasts about 2.5 hours and covers approximately two miles of easy walking.
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    733 Kearny St.
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Explore San Francisco
    Fisherman's Wharf. Pier 39. The Golden Gate Bridge?these are some of San Francisco's most iconic landmarks and are all places that Explore San Francisco is not going to take you. That's because they're devoted not to showing the postcard version of their city, but to the lesser-known nooks and crannies not often approached by out-of-town visitors. That level of creativity has allowed them to design dozens of nuanced tours, including a cocktail crawl of Union Square and a running tour of Land's End for fitness buffs. Excursions are often led by locals who live in the neighborhood being toured, which gives them a familiarity with the area normally reserved only for those who have read the crossing guards' diaries.
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    39 Rosemont Place
    San Francisco, CA US
  • San Francisco Movie Tours
    With its landmark structures and picturesque layout, the Bay area has been a go-to backdrop for generations of filmmakers. Over the years, the city has added countless classic scenes to its r?sum?, and, today, San Francisco Movie Tours chauffeurs fans through those historic moments. During daily tours, one of the company's energetic guides provides behind-the-scenes tidbits and trivia about San Francisco-based gems, such as Sean Connery's on-set demands while filming The Rock and how Dirty Harry-star Clint Eastwood once melted a piece of cheese simply by looking at it. As tour-buses pass these recognizable locations, on-board big screens play the movie clips that made them famous, complete with surround sound to recreate the full-theater experience.
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    268 Bush Street, #2000
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Roam Local
    Ryan Curtis loves local history, sunshine, and exercise, and he just happened to be clever enough to combine all three into a career. As the owner of Roam Local, he offers?and leads?private and semiprivate walking tours that explore the hidden stairways, alleyways, and gardens of San Francisco. As groups walk, hidden terraces with stunning views as well as famous sights come into view, usually from unexpected angles. That perspective often creates stunning photo opportunities that can?t be found on postcards, such as the Golden Gate Bridge before it?s infused with its morning coffee. As your guide walks and talks, they supplement their information with an interactive iPad presentation and San Francisco?s other standout: its balmy weather.
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    1751 Market Street, Suite 48
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Great Food Tours
    The Celebrity Planet introduces locals and visitors to the best food, coffee, and desserts in cities across the world, from Paris and London to New York and San Francisco. During their signature walking tours, groups of foodies promenade through the cities' scenic neighborhoods, stopping to sample New York's cream-cheese-smeared bagels, London's fish and chips, DC's artisan chocolates, and Chicago?s sausage-flavored lampposts. During tours, which occur rain or shine, participants are encouraged to wear walking-appropriate attire such as comfortable shoes.
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    455 Market St
    San Francisco, CA US

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