- 33 Ratings
Radical SF: Tour the Castro and Mission Districts
Explore the social movements and hip neighborhoods that shaped San Francisco into the city it is today. Visit ground zero for the gay rights movement, see street art and understand how feminists, Latinos, artists and activists of all stripes have fought for the soul of the city.
What You Will Do
- Visit and learn about historic sites at the center of gay rights movements past and present, including the Castro's infamous protest grounds at Harvey Milk Plaza, Harvey Milk's camera store and apartment, the Human Rights Campaign Store and the Pink Triangle Holocaust Memorial
- Explore the colorful culture of the Castro District with stops at the Art Deco Castro Theatre and some of the neighborhood's most iconic bars and nightclubs
- Take in sweeping views of downtown San Francisco from Dolores Park in the Mission District
- See landmarks of feminist and women's rights, including the massive murals of the Women’s Building and alleyways, the sites of former lesbian institutions and Mission High School—the alma mater of Maya Angelou
- Enjoy the aromas—and flavors—of the Mission's renowned 18th Street gourmet foodie corridor
- Tour with a working creative/artist tour guide
- Break at a local cafe
Group sizes range from 4-22 people.
- 33 Ratings