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San Francisco Bridge to Bridge Cruise

4.8 83 reviews | 1K+ Booked
Sail from one bridge to another while taking in the spectacular San Francisco skyline with this breathtaking tour. Cruise under both the Golden Gate Bridge and the Bay Bridge while learning about the history of the popular landmarks along San Francisco bay. See Alcatraz Island, Colt Tower, Ferry Building, the Palace of Fine Arts, Treasure Island and many more while listening to the award winning multi-language audio guide. If you're looking for the perfect way to see the city in such a short span of time while getting to learn about its culture and history - down to the tiniest detail - then this is the tour for you!
US$ 48.00
US$ 41.40
Book now for 15 Apr 2022
Be transported back in time as you listen to tales and stories of what life was like in what was once the most feared institution in the American penal system. Board your boat on Pier 39 and cruise under the iconic Golden Gate Bridge for a unique view of the famous landmark before you head over to the waters surrounding the former maximum security prison. As you sail across, you'll hear the chilling tales of the most notorious criminals of the Unites States like Chicago's "godfather" Al Capone and the cold-blooded "machine gun killer" Billy Cook. Pro tip: As you engross yourself in the stories of the past, don't forget to take a look around to get a unique view of the San Francisco city from the water.
US$ 42.00
US$ 35.89
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What people are saying about Cruises in San Francisco

Joyce Bernadette Published 692 days ago
The Go San Francisco card was worth buying especially if you want and need to see many attractions in a short amount of days. We were able to go on the Big Bus tour which includes a trip to Sausalito, Alcatraz cruise, museums, and many more. Overall the card was great as we did not have to think of anything. The redeeming was easy and entering the attractions were fast.
QUANG HUY Published 841 days ago
We had really good experience with this pass, only have time to manage a 1-day plan but it's still worth every cents. Totally don't know how it is cheap like that. "Excape from the Rock" is the best, after that is the Aquarium Museum. And please definitely make sure you will arrange 2 hours to attend the San Francisco Dudgeon, it does like anything else.
M Published 850 days ago
We had so much fun using this Go San Francisco card. We got the all inclusive pass for one day and were originally planning to squeeze in going to as many attractions as possible, but were only able to redeem the Hop On Hop Off bus because of limited time. The price of the bus alone is $55 if bought at the counter so this pass is a steal if you are able to maximize it by visiting other attractions. For us, the bus ride took awhile because we would hop off at different stops for pictures. Getting a ride back from each stop also took awhile as the queue usually was long especially if it's a attraction like the Golden Gate Bridge. It was a very enjoyable experience though! I'd probably suggest getting the two day pass instead of one so there'd be plenty of time to explore.
Mei En Olivia Published 705 days ago
In my 3 days at SFO, I Only had time to complete 3 activities (really fun!) - Hop on & off bus, Bridge to bridge cruise, Go Car. 30mins Go Car is too short, topped up $$ for another 30mins. Also, for a couple, 30mins gocar is for 1 car. Would not buy this All inclusive again, just need the 3-4 activities pass as there is no time to complete so many activities.
HONG JIN Published 714 days ago
Very easy to use, you just need to load the voucher on your phone and get it scanned at the attractions. I liked that it allowed us to cover many places in SF, esp if they are located near each other. The only sad part was that when we went, the amusement parks weren't open, so it'd be good to Google the opening hours of the attractions you're interested in before making the booking.
Yong Xiang Geraldine Published 723 days ago
It is worth it to get the card if you visit 3 to 4 attractions per day. Plan your trip wisely and do not spend more than 2 hours at each place and you will be able to make the most out of your card. I went to Mdm Tussauds, ripley believe it or not, golden gate bay cruise, Aquarium of the Bay, SFMOMA, california academy of science and Exploraturium in two days.

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