"See It All" / Fisherman's Warf & Embarcadero Waterfront Tour

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San Francisco is an open-air museum! Explore it with us on your own Segway while taking our Fisherman’s & Embarcadero Waterfront Segway tour.

The Fisherman’s Wharf and the Embarcadero Waterfront is the front yard of our picturesque city. Enjoy a seamless glide as you experience spectacular views of San Francisco’s breathtaking Aquatic Park and majestic skyline. This pinnacle of all San Francisco city tours provides intrigue, adventure and time in the sparkling sunshine.

Taking you to the dazzling Fisherman’s Wharf, the highly acclaimed Aquatic park, the picturesque fishing harbors, the enchanted Hyde Street Pier, cobblestone pathways and Victorian buildings, our tour guides will ensure you receive the most stunning photo opportunities. Enjoy spectacular views of Alcatraz, the Golden Gate Bridge, and the world famous Ghirardelli Square! Create a treasure trove of lasting memories and full photo album after San Francisco sightseeing with Segway.

Enhance your knowledge and learn current and historical San Francisco facts, while you enjoy scenic vistas and iconic buildings. There is no better way to tour the world-class city of San Francisco than on a San Francisco Segway Tours!

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Site#1 The Fisherman's Wharf and its picturesque fishing harbors

This colorful waterfront area boasts many working fishing boats, Dungeness crab and the famous San Francisco sourdough bread.

Site#2 Municipal Pier 39

It’s a breathtaking shopping center built on a Pier, and it’s the most popular tourist attraction in San Francisco and at the same time the home of few hundred sea lions.

Site#3 Views of Golden Gate Bridge

Completed in 1937, the Golden Gate Bridge is the symbol of San Francisco. The bridge is 8,981 feet long and connects San Francisco with Marin County and nearby Sausalito. The channel below the bridge is 400 feet deep and is the mouth of San Francisco Bay into the Pacific Ocean.

Site#4 Views of Alcatraz

The infamous prison that sits in San Francisco Bay was home to some of the most notorious criminals, including Al Capone and the "Birdman of Alcatraz."

Site#5 Ghirardelli Square

Domingo Ghirardelli purchased the entire city block for the Ghirardelli Chocolate Company in 1893. In 1982, the square was added to the National Register of Historic Places. Today, one can enjoy shops, restaurants, and treats from the famous soda fountain.

Site#6 Aquatic Park

It’s a National historic landmark and building complex located on the San Francisco Bay Waterfront. Here you will find a fantastic beach, bathhouse, stadia and two speaker towers.

Site#7 Hyde Street Pier

Before the opening of the Golden Gate Bridge, it was the major automobile ferry terminal connecting San Francisco with Marin County. Today, the pier is part of the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park.

Site#8 Cable Car Turnaround

A ride on San Francisco's cable cars may be the most iconic and memorable of your entire trip to California after our Segway tours. Even people who might dismiss cable cars as a cheesy tourist attraction will admit that there is something incredibly romantic about these rides.

Site#9 Uss Pampanito SS-383

It’s a World War II Balao class Fleet submarine museum and memorial that is open for visitors daily at San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf. Pampanito made six patrols in the Pacific during World War II during which she sank six Imperial Japanese ships and damaged four others.

Site#10 Behind the scenes

Visit Wharf areas behind the scenes where the fishing industry, fleet, and seafood processing are located

Site#11 Dungeness Crab Stands

Get a glimpse of the well known Dungeness crab stands where people can eat fresh ocean seafood.

Site#12 Marina District

During the reconstruction of the city after the 1906 earthquake, the area was chosen as the site of the Panama–Pacific International Exposition. Although rubble from the quake was used as part of the land reclamation, most of the landfill was from dredging mud and sand from the bottom of the Bay. After the end of the exposition in 1915, the land was sold to private developers, who tore down nearly all of the fair's attractions and developed the area into a residential neighborhood.

Our “See It All” Tour will leave you with a fascinating picture book of San Francisco that will last a lifetime!

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ARRIVAL TIME8:35 am11:10 am2:10 pm5:10 pm
RETURN TIME11:00 am2:00 pm 5:00 pm 7:30 pm
APPROX. DURATION2 Hours2 Hours2 Hours2 Hours

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* If you pay by cash upon arrival you will receive our monthly promotion prices. Otherwise, it's the full price $65 and $75 respectively.

* On Holidays and holidays eve the prices are $65 and $75 respectively.

The above price table reflects the prices Monday to Thursday

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2545 Powell Street
San Francisco, CA 94133

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