3-Hour San Francisco Victorian Houses Tour with Exclusive Access to a Private Painted Lady - Escorted Day Tour
$39 per person
Anyone with an interest in architecture or the Victorian history of San Francisco will love this walking tour with a twist. Our San Francisco Victorian Houses tour gives you an in-depth view of the city’s most beautiful houses with a local expert.
You'll join your guide and small group of no more than 20 people at Lafayette Park. Beginning with a stroll past some of San Francisco’s most beautiful facades, your guide will tell you the history of the area and pause to point out the magnificent Spreckels Mansion. You’ll also get an opportunity to take pictures of the panoramic view of San Francisco Bay.
Passing some of the famous Row Houses, you'll learn what it's like living in them today then get your first peek behind closed doors as your Victorian mansions tour takes you into the lobby of the Queen Anne Hotel. Built in 1890, it’s one of the most famous buildings to survive the 1906 earthquake and its interior is a stunning example of Victorian interior design.
Now for the highlight of your San Francisco Victorian Houses Tour: special access to a privately owned Victorian mansion where you’ll enjoy a guided tour by the home's eccentric owner, featuring an impressive collection of Victorian trinkets and curiosities. No other San Francisco City tour has this privilege.
Finally, the tour ends at the top of Alamo Square, where the "Painted Ladies" row houses stand as one of the emblems of San Francisco. You’ll have time to snap the perfect picture of these colorful homes from the very best vantage point and learn why they have become so famous.
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