A city famous for its art and movement, architecture and history. Your group of budding minds has a lot to learn from this city of ideas, let the Golden Gate Bridge transport them there through the famous year-round fog. There are the famous cable cars ready to whisk you away to the aquarium or the De Young Museum.
Part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, the Muir Woods National Monument features majestic Coastal redwood trees, some of the largest and oldest in the world. Scenic hiking trails and interpretive displays highlight trees reaching over 250 ft tall and dating back to 850 A.D.
Located in Golden Gate Park, the California Academy of Sciences combines an aquarium, planetarium, rainforest, and natural history museum under one roof.
One of the busiest and well-known tourist attractions in the western United States, Fisherman’s Wharf is best known as the location of Pier 39, Ghirardelli Square, the Anchorage, and the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park.
Over the bay lies the world’s most incredible pieces of outdoor sculpture, the majestic Art Deco-style Golden Gate Bridge. Completed in 1937, the bridge links San Francisco to Marin County. The walk across is 1.7 miles.
A great time is waiting for you at California’s Great America. Discover why California’s Great America is Northern California’s best choice for fun and adventure. There’s something for everyone from mild to wild!
Pier 39, features 110 specialty shops, 11 Bay View restaurants and numerous fun attractions. Located on San Francisco Bay, breathtaking views await visitors at every turn. A meal voucher is available which features many of the pier’s most popular restaurants.
This exciting trip along San Francisco’s historic waterfront takes you under the Golden Gate Bridge, past Sausalito, by Angel Island, and around Alcatraz.