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Join us for an exploration of Fisherman’s Wharf, the most popular free attraction in San Francisco, to discover how commercial fishing coexists with the modern tourist Mecca. Learn how Native Americans, Chinese, Italians, whaling sea captains, and sport fishermen all have harvested seafood from the waters of San Francisco Bay and the Pacific Ocean.

Starting at the Musée Mécanique at Pier 45, we will walk to the Maritime Museum at Aquatic Park, a flat, under-two-hour stroll. Along the way, you’ll hear stories about World War II ships, a San Francisco theatrical production called The Cable Car Nymphomaniac, and the crisis that “broke the mold” for Irish coffee glasses.

Register at www.SFHistory.org/FishermansWharfTour

Saturday Tour Dates:

•    April 20th @ 11AM
•    April 27th @ 11AM
•    May 11th @ 11AM
•    May 25th @ 11AM – CANCELED
•    June 8th @ 11AM
•    June 29th @ 11AM

**** Additional Tour Information ***

General public admission, $20 per person (non-members) -Additional donations at checkout are appreciated and keep the ticket price low.

Free for members with 100% off discount code. Check your SF History E-newsletter, which goes out the first week of every month, for the membership code. Apply at check-out.

Tour length: Approximately 90 minutes

Maximum attendees: 20 people

In case of rain, tour will be rescheduled

 

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