Summary of The Day: Mission District, San Francisco's first proper neighborhood, remains the heart and soul of the city today. San Francisco's very first neighborhood - the sprawling, urbane and sunny Mission District - is all but unknown to most visitors. It was here, in 1776, that Spanish padres founded a mission, and it is here today that you will find the city's most vibrant and interesting community. It's time to give Mission a try.
We'll begin at the Golden Fire Hydrant and make our way through Dolores Park. Hear the story of how the great fire of 1906 was put out right here on 20th Street. We'll travel up and across Liberty Hill to view the stately Victorians; stroll down vibrant Valencia Street, where we'll see a miniature park dedicated to the Triceratops. Then it's off to see the Women's Building, B'nai David Temple, hidden gardens and an alleyway or two of stunning murals. After paying our respects at the birthplace of the burrito, and buzzing through 16th and Valencia, it's off to the historic El Camino Real. Our tour will conclude at Mission San Francisco de Asis, commonly known as Mission Dolores.
|USD $39.98||USD $29.98|
* Adult: 13 and older
Guided tour of Mission District
Mission Dolores entrance fee
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