Dylan’s Famous Driving Tour
On Dylan’s Famous Tour, you will journey through San Francisco’s unique districts and visit famous landmarks, all while learning interesting facts and historical commentary along the way. The tour will stop for plenty of photo opportunities and never make you feel rushed. After exploring the City, we will make our way up to Muir Woods, one of the country’s most majestic Redwood Tree National Park with trees over 1,000 years old and over 250 feet tall. Relax among the peaceful silence or take an easy hike through the forest. Travelers from all over the world agree Muir Woods is the highlight of the San Francisco Bay Area. After spending over an hour at Muir Woods we will make our way back to San Francisco and explore the northern part of the city.
Here are some places Dylan’s Tour will explore
“Oldest and tallest things alive”
A vibrant multicultural neighborhood
“Rainbow District”, Harvey Milk Plaza
“Hippies and Free Love”
Mrs. Doubtfire’s House, Ellison, Getty, Pelosi
Huge Mansions with million dollar views
Palace of Fine Arts, Boutique Shops
Gateway to the City
Beautiful panoramic view of the City
Downtown San Francisco
An Old Military Fort, now a beautiful National Park
2 Union Square
The Bus Tour has 2 convenient pick up locations:
1) Fisherman’s Wharf (1300 Columbus Avenue in front of the Holiday Inn) departing at 9:40am, and
2) Union Square (427 Post Street Post Street between Powell & Mason Streets – Across from Morton’s Steak House) departing at 10:00 am.
Please arrive 10 minutes prior to departure.
Feel free to pack a lunch, although there will be plenty of stops along the tour for snacks or a quick bite to eat.
Dress in warm layers, as San Francisco weather can change quickly.
We will be touring in a small bus, 14 people maximum.
$75 per adult
$45 per child – age 12 and under
(Excludes $7 Muir Woods entrance fee for adults)
How to book a tour
2. Click Book Now.
3. Enter the number of adults and children in your party.
Note: Tour buses and vans are prohibited to going near the crooked part of Lombard Street and the Famous Painted Ladies, Alamo Square.