We're Wild SF: passionate artist-historians, leading local San Francisco walking tours through the city's most iconic neighborhoods.

Our mission is to deliver the most entertaining history lesson ever, telling the stories of inspiring heroes, epic buildings and radical movements that have come to define the city.

Home of the original Free SF Tour, every morning at 10AM!

 

Please note, we limit to parties of 6 or less.

For groups of 7+, book a private tour.

 

[email protected] // 415-580-1849

Wild SF Walking Tours San Francisco


Tours

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The Free SF Tour

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Downtown & Union Square Every Day // 10:00am-12:00pm

Walking tour + meet-up + trip planning, all in one! Get tips on how to use transit, find cool bars, cheap food and make new friends, while seeing highlights of San Francisco.

  • Tour is "pay-what-you-wish" for your guide
  • Just show up--no need to book
  • Meets at Union Square (corner Post + Powell)
  • Careful! Another free tour meets there!
    • Look for the yellow WILD SF flag 🙂
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The Classic SF Tour

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Chinatown & North Beach

The Gold Rush, kidnapped sailors, shadows of tycoons, beloved eccentrics, Chinese rights, from slave to millionaire, an earthquake, a fire, a city built from ashes, the Beat poet generation.

The Radical SF Tour

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The Castro & The Mission

America's 1st gayborhood, LGBT+ movement, the legacy of Harvey Milk, a pan-Latino mecca, rise of the Women's Building, massive murals, remarkable food, the heart of culture gentrified.

 

The Haunted SF Tour

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Downtown

Among America's most famous unsolved murders and serial killers, powerful madams with pistols, infamous past ghosts, atrocious cult leaders, a district in tragic disarray.  

The Free Love Tour

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Free Tour! //Haight-Ashbury

Hippies, radical love and LSD, free health clinics, fame and heartbreak, the songs of Janis Joplin, The Grateful Dead and Country Joe, Charles Manson, a paradise turned dystopia.