Magic Bus Tour

Geary St. & Powell St., San Francisco, CA 94102 Geary St. & Powell St., San Francisco Directions
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Report | 2 years ago
Magic bus was a unique and fun activity. My only comment is that some of the video did not seem to warrant display for as long as it was. More information about the actual sights would have been helpful.
Report | 2 years ago
Loved it and would most definitely recommend it as well as do it again! Entertained everyone from 7 to 56 in our large group!
Report | 2 years ago
The tour guide was great.....

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With Janis Joplin's raspy vocals slicing through its speakers, and a costumed guide at its helm, the Magic Bus cruises into the 1960s as it captivates riders with a groovy comparison of San Francisco's past and present. Over the course of a two-hour trip, iconic neighborhoods and city landmarks pour through the bus's windows, which, at various stops, get covered by retractable video screens that flicker with historic images. Tour takers sing along to classic tunes as the bus rolls through Chinatown, Golden Gate Park, and Haight-Ashbury, famous for its role during the Summer of Love, and later, during the notorious crossing guard strike of 1982. Aside from public tours, the Magic Bus opens its tie-dyed doors to private parties and corporate charters.

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