From classic postcard views to one-of-a-kind museums, explore San Francisco by bike for a new experience of the city.
Ferry Building Marketplace
The Ferry Building is known as San Francisco’s most famous landmark. Farm fresh foods from artisan donuts to gourmet coffee are the perfect way to start your day. If you’re lucky enough to ride on Tuesday, Thursday or Saturday, then you can catch the Ferry Plaza Farmer’s Market!
Fisherman’s Wharf is a classic San Francisco attraction. Admire the fleet of historic ships that float in the wharf. Have fun strolling along the boardwalk and stop for a bite to eat. Animal lovers won’t want to miss the colony of wild California sea lions that bask in the sun at Pier 39!
The Walt Disney Family Museum
Find inspiration in the remarkable life story of Walt Disney, the man who raised animation to an art form, tirelessly pursued innovation, and created a distinctly American legacy that transformed the entertainment world. Located in the scenic Presidio of San Francisco, the museum, which is celebrating its 10th Anniversary this year, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that features contemporary, interactive galleries with state-of-the-art exhibits narrated in Walt’s own voice alongside early drawings, cartoons, film clips, interviews, a spectacular model of Disneyland, and more.
Golden Gate Bridge Lookout
Get a perfect view across of the iconic Golden Gate Bridge spanning the bay at this scenic lookout. Construction of the Golden Gate Bridge was completed in 1937. The signature red suspension bridge spans nearly 2 miles across the bay to Marin County. This beautiful vista is the perfect place to snap a selfie in front of the famous American landmark.
Baker Beach is part of the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy. The sandy beach stretches for a mile along the Presidio. Kick off your shoes and go for a stroll along the shoreline. You’ll get great views of the Golden Gate Bridge and you might even spot marine life playing in the surf!
Golden Gate Park
Golden Gate Park is a menagerie of stunning landscapes and experiences. There are several museums and paid attractions that you can visit throughout the park, or you can just pedal slow and enjoy the view.
Haight-Ashbury is named for the cross section of Haight and Ashbury streets. It was the site of the “Summer of Love” in 1967. Haight-Ashbury was the epicenter of the hippie movement in the 1960s and drew free spirits from across the nation to San Francisco. Musical legends from Janis Joplin to The Grateful Dead famously lived in the neighborhood. Stroll down Haight and take in the art, music, and colorful quirkiness that are still signatures of this unique corner of the city.