The Flyer SF Ticket
The Flyer San Francisco is a new attraction at Pier 39 San Francisco that's set to open in December 2018. Called by USA Today one of the most anticipated theme park attractions in 2017, this flying theater will take visitors on a breath-taking aerial journey over San Francisco's biggest landmarks and stunning skyline.
Duration:  15mins - 30mins
San Francisco Urban Adventure Tour and Alcatraz
Skip the double-decker buses and experience the classic attractions and hidden treasures of San Francisco in a custom-built city safari vehicle. Wrap up your safari of the City by the Bay with a visit to Alcatraz, one of the country's most infamous attractions.
San Francisco Full Day Performance Bike Rental
Cycle the sights of San Francisco with a full day bike rental! Chart your own course through the City by the Bay, cruising over the Golden Gate Bridge for stunning views, or pedaling through the winding streets of Pacific Heights.
Boat Tour of San Francisco Bay
Cruise under the Golden Gate Bridge, along the San Francisco waterfront and around the Port of Oakland—Navy Seal-style, in a durable, inflatable power boat. See all the sights of the City by the Bay from the water in this unique boating and sightseeing experience.
Duration:  1hr 30mins
San Francisco Mission District Food Tour
Step out on a three-hour food tour of the Mission District—a haven for hipsters and home to SF's trendiest culinary scene—where you'll taste high-quality dishes brimming with locally sourced ingredients, and chat with world-class chefs.
Classic Walking Tour of San Francisco with Emperor Norton
Embrace the quirky charm that defines San Francisco. See some of the City by the Bay's most iconic and historic sights—including Union Square, the St. Francis Hotel and more—guided by Emperor Norton I, San Francisco's unofficial mascot.
San Francisco Architecture Walking Tour
Go on a tour with knowledgeable and friendly guide Rick Evans who leads participants on a two-hour tour of San Francisco's most influential downtown buildings, unique open spaces and historic landmarks. Discover some of the city's most treasured buildings, lobbies, passageways and urban parks within a short five block radius in downtown San Francisco– you won't walk down that same block twice without a newfound perspective.