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The Victorian Home Walk Tour is an exciting way to explore San Francisco and to appreciate and discover the difference between, Queen Anne, Italianate, and Stick-Style Victorian architecture. You’ll view the lushly decorated interior of a Queen Anne Style Victorian and discover over 200 meticulously restored Victorians while strolling past meticulously manicured Pacific Heights gardens.
The Victorian Home Walk Tour is great for those who want a "stay-cation," tour, a weekend activity close by, or maybe have friends and family in town and need something fun to do. You can’t take a tour bus to these locations! Truly amaze yourself and/or your guests with the knowledge you'll gain from this light-hearted, easy walking tour. Imagine how impressed your friends will be with your architectural and historic knowledge of the city.
See famous locations like the "Mrs. Doubtfire House," and the "Party of Five" home while you enjoy spectacular picturesque views of San Francisco Bay, including Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz. You've seen these views in countless movies and postcards, now you can experience them for yourself.
This non-athletic walking tour lasts approximately 2 1/2 hours, including transportation to Pacific Heights from Union Square, a stroll through the best Victorian neighborhoods, and a visit inside a beautifully fully restored Queen Anne Victorian.
No tickets or reservations are required. Gather in Union Square on the corner of Powell and Post Streets (across from Saks Fifth Avenue). Tour starts at 11:00am. Your guide arrives at 10:55am. Look for the bright yellow sign that says "Victorian Home Walk." The cost is just $25 per person, cash only. Price includes roundtrip bus transportation between Union Square and Pacific Heights. Everyone will also receive a free souvenir at end of the journey. Come discover these hidden gems of San Francisco!
For more information go to our website at: www.victorianwalk.com or call us at (415) 252-9485, You can also e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.