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Duration: 3 hours


Embark on an urban hike through history with the Four Peaks Neighborhood Walking Tour in San Francisco's Eureka Valley. Uncover the multicultural tapestry of this charming neighborhood, from its 1850s outskirts to its vibrant LGBTQ+ community resurgence in the 70s, all while enjoying breathtaking vistas and hidden gems along the way.

🏞️ Marvel at four of San Francisco's best vistas, including Mount Olympus, Tank Hill, Corona Heights, and Kite Hill

🏛️ Uncover the neighborhood's rich history, from its 1850s outskirts to the vibrant LGBTQ+ resurgence of the 70s

🌿 Discover secret staircases, concrete slides, and secluded gardens that are off the beaten path

🏞️ Conclude your journey at the captivating Randall Museum, where free entry awaits as a reward for your final climb


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After purchase, you can request your preferred dates and times by following the instructions in the email you receive. If it's a gift, the recipient will also get an email with booking instructions.

Saturdays 11:00am
Tuesday-Friday 10:00am & 2:00pm

Practical information

Any restrictions to participate?

  • Age: All age groups are welcome
  • Physical limitations: Participants must be able to walk 3.85 miles on the tour, including several hills.

Who can you accommodate for?

  • Children: Tours are recommended for children 10 years and older, however younger children are allowed to join. A stroller is recommended for younger children given the distance walked on the tour. Children 3 years and older are required to have a ticket, and all children should be noted at the time of booking. 
  • Individuals with disabilities: This tour is not wheelchair accessible. Service animals are allowed. 
  • Pets: Sorry, no pets allowed.

What to expect on the day of the experience?

  • Duration: 3 hours
  • What’s included: Guided walking tour with a local historian. Snacks along the tour are not included, but are available for purchase.
  • Who will be present: You will have a guide with you at all times and up to 8 tour participants.
  • Spectators: No spectators are allowed, everyone must have a ticket.
  • Photo/ video: Photos are encouraged!


How to prepare?

  • Weather dependency: The experience will run rain or shine. If you have any concerns about the weather, please reach out to your tour guide directly. 
  • Arrival: Plan to arrive 10 minutes in advance.
  • Parking: Street parking or a paid parking lot will be available near the meeting location.
  • Ending location: The tour is a loop and will end at the same location as the starting point.
  • What to wear: Good walking shoes and clothing appropriate for the weather.
  • What to bring: A water bottle and money to purchase local bites along the tour.
  • Restrooms: Restrooms will be available at some of the tour stops.


Full description

Delve into the neighborhood's past, which was far from glamorous a century ago when Eureka Valley was known as the city's outskirts, where Market Street ended, and cows grazed freely. Explore relics from the 1850s and discover the churches that served the 1890s Irish community, offering insights into the neighborhood's early days.

As you explore the streets, you'll uncover the remarkable revival of areas that were once abandoned in the 60s but breathed new life into the 70s by the flourishing LGBTQ+ community. This tour takes you off the beaten path, unveiling hidden treasures such as secret staircases, concealed concrete slides, secluded gardens, and a distinctive podium with a missing statue.

The journey culminates at the peak of Corona Heights, where you'll explore the lesser-known but captivating Randall Museum. Consider the museum's free entry a well-deserved reward for conquering this fourth and final climb!

Returns, exchanges and cancellation

Unused Experience Vouchers can be returned within 30 days for a full refund to the original purchaser, no questions asked.

If you have any unused Experience Vouchers, you can exchange them for anything else in our marketplace, no matter when. If you choose an experience that's more expensive, you'll need to pay the difference, but if you choose one that costs less, you'll receive a credit towards your next booking.

No refunds are allowed once the experience is booked, but you can reschedule up to 24 hours before your experience, for a date within a year of the original booking. To reschedule, contact the experience provider directly. No-shows or rescheduling less than 24 hours in advance means losing the value of your experience.

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Jackson B.

The Four Peaks tour was a perfect blend of history and exploration. The guide's storytelling transported us through the ages, and uncovering hidden treasures like secret staircases added a thrilling element. The climax at Corona Heights and the Randall Museum was the highlight, and the free entry made it even more special. Highly recommended for those who love uncovering the secrets of a city!

Ava T.

Exploring Eureka Valley on the Four Peaks tour was like stepping back in time. The guide shared captivating stories from the 1850s, and the revival in the 70s by the LGBTQ+ community was inspiring. Unveiling hidden gems like secret staircases and the Randall Museum at Corona Heights made this journey unforgettable. The free entry to the museum felt like a well-deserved reward for the fantastic experience!

Mia J.

The Four Peaks tour was a delightful journey through Eureka Valley's history. From the 1850s relics to the vibrant LGBTQ+ revival in the 70s, each step revealed a different facet of the neighborhood. The guide's insights into hidden treasures like secret staircases and the podium with a missing statue added a sense of adventure. Corona Heights and the Randall Museum were the perfect finale to a fascinating tour!