The FREE seasonal San Francisco Native Tour this month is our Labor Day Tour! Join us as we stroll through some of the city's historical neighborhoods and discuss the evolution of the labor movement in San Francisco. Learn how the pioneers of the West went from mining for gold to mining for bitcoin. We'll even share stories about our family businesses in SF over the past 150 years.


Description: Our Labor Day Tour starts at the Transamerica Redwood Park. Join us as we discuss the Gold Rush in the old alleys of Jackson Square, the 1934 labor protests on the Embarcadero, and the future of the shared economy in SOMA.

Price: FREE (Suggested Donation $10-$15)

Tour Time: 11:00 am - 1:30 pm & 2:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Meeting Location: In front of the fountain in the Transamerica Pyramid Redwood Park. 600 Montgomery, San Francisco, California, 94111

Distance: 2.65 miles (approximately)

Included Amenities: No amenities included (Coffee/tea & snack options are available for purchase)

Neighborhoods Explored: Financial District, Jackson Square, South of Market, and the Embarcadero

Designed For: This tour is designed for explorers who enjoy discussing political labor history and future business industries. This tour is great for locals who work in San Francisco or visitors who are passionate about the labor & union history.

Suggestions: Wear good walking shoes - Stay hydrated - Bring a light jacket - Samples are included, although we suggest you eat first - Bring a hat or sunscreen - Be ready to explore!

We meet in front of this fountain in the Transamerica Redwood Park.

We meet in front of this fountain in the Transamerica Redwood Park.

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