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A path of bronze markers and arrows located on the sidewalks of San Francisco, the Barbary Coast Trail connects 20 of the city’s most historic locations, mostly related to the years between the 1849 Gold Rush and the 1906 earthquake. Back during the Gold Rush days, the term Barbary Coast referred to the red-light district that developed in a section of the city that is now pieces of North Beach, Chinatown, and Jackson Square.

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900 Market Street, San Francisco, California, 94102
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Emperor Norton's Fantastic San Francisco Time Machine
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Emperor Norton's Fantastic San Francisco Time Machine

Meet one of San Francisco’s larger-than-life historical figures, Emperor Norton, for a walking tour that makes the city’s history come alive. Learn about the real Emperor Norton as you take in landmarks such as Union Square, Maiden Lane, Lotta's Fountain, Jackson Square, Portsmouth Square and more. Expect to walk at a leisurely pace for around two miles during your tour. You’ll hear stories about the Barbary Coast and the 1906 earthquake, and witness the city’s growth through the eyes of the emperor.
  • 2 hours
  • Free Cancellation


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