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Sf City Guides

Pros: Free history and architectural walking tours led by trained volunteers
Cons: Absolutely none, unless you don't like walking
Best For: A fascinating look into how SF grew

SF City Guides

Sf City Guides is a non-profit organization sponsored by the San Francisco Public Library. Over 200 trained volunteers depart from various parts of the city, leading walks of between one and a half, to two hours. From the Marina, to the Mission, choose between 30 different walks per month, accompanied by a docent, passionate about the city and its history. There's a 1906 earthquake walk and mural walks and stairway walks...something for every curious resident or visitor, fascinated by SF legends and architecture. And, it's free!

www.sfcityguides.org/descriptions.html