Reservations

Reservations

Reservations are necessary for you to guarantee your spot/s for a San Francisco Journeys tour. Do not simply assume that Monika will show up at the meeting point and that you can join the tour at that point.

Advance Reservations

Click on the links below to book and pay for your tour online, using your credit card to guarantee your reservation. Maximum of 10 attendees per tour. 48-hour cancellation policy applies.
Buy tickets for The Grand Tour of San Francisco – Part 1
But tickets for Antebellum and Civil War Days in San Francisco
The Grand Tour of San Francisco – Part 3 is not currently being offered.

Same-Day Reservations

Please send a message to monika@sanfranciscojourneys.com. If Monika is on public transport or still getting her beauty sleep, she will get back to you ASAP. If the day’s tour is not fully booked, she may invite you to join it. Cash only accepted on site prior to the start of a tour. No credit cards are accepted on the meeting point for the tour.

A reservation requires the following information:

  • Your name.
  • How many people in your individual group?
  • Which tour are you interested in attending and on what day/date?
  • Your contact information (include a local phone number, if possible).
  • Any comments or additional information that you think Monika should know.

Other important issues

  • Read the FAQ page.
  • Please arrive on time for the tour and ready to go.
  • No open containers of alcohol permitted while on the walking tour.

Important disclaimer: All tour attendees participating in a San Francisco Journeys walking tour do so at their own risk and waive any liability claims against San Francisco Journeys or Monika Trobits when they agree to join a San Francisco Journeys tour. This includes illness and injury as well as loss, damage or theft to any walker’s property while they are participating in a San Francisco Journeys walking tour.

April 18, 2016 Celebrating the gold hydrant that saved a neighborhood.

April 18, 2016
Celebrating the gold hydrant that saved a neighborhood.

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Jones Street Pumping Station

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